Cartier has announced the return of one of its most unmistakable designs, the Cartier Crash watch. Looking like something straight out of a Salvador Dali painting, this watch made its first debut in 1967 at Cartier in London. This year at SIHH the Crash watch will finally be released with a tear-drop link bracelet, either in solid gold or pave set with diamonds.
If there’s one thing Roger Dubuis knows how to do, it’s making a dazzling women’s watch. This year for SIHH Roger Dubuis created a memorable and distinctly feminine watch that will be part of their Excalibur collection.
In time for the SIHH, IWC has introduced the 2013 Ingenieur Automatic Watch (Ref 3239). This watch is one of their more conservative watches of their 2013 collection and pays homage to the original Gerald Genta design. The new Ingenieur Automatic features design aesthetics created by the legendary watch designer such as the bores in the bezel, which originally was implemented to hold the bezel firmly in position.
The Duometre family is one of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s most impressive and complicated watch collections and we are excited to see that family will receive a new edition! At SIHH 2013 Jaeger-LeCoultre has announced that they will be releasing a distinctive Duometre watch known as the Unique Time Travel.
Yet another exciting watch that Roger Dubuis will be debuting for 2013 SIHH is the Excalibur 42 Tourbillon Squelette. Not much information has been released about this particular watch, but here is the details we do know. The Excalibur 42 new Excalibur 42 Squelette, the latest edition to the Excalibur 42 family, features a tourbillon and a skeleton dial. This look deviates slightly from the more familiar original Excalibur with double flying tourbillon ,but none of the less the Excalibur 42 Squelette Watch is still one exquisite timepiece.