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8 New Watches & Wonders 2023 Releases That Should Be On Every Collector's List

Following its debut last year, the 2023 Geneva Watches & Wonders Fair opened on March 27 and closed on April 2 with a record high, including 43,000 unique visitors from 125 countries (doubling 2022 ). Nearly 50 brands showcased their impressive new collections, many of which were featured on our Instagram account during the week of the watch men

Here, we have handpicked eight 'hero watches' that were all making waves at this year's Geneva Watches & Wonders Fair 2023. Which is your favourite?

Tudor Black Bay 54 Tudor has expanded its Black Bay collection with a new watch. The Black Bay 54 pays homage to the Oyster Prince Submariner ref. 7922, the first diving watch launched by Tudor in 1954.

At the time, it was primarily issued to the French and US navies at first, but was later used by civilian divers. The new Black Bay 54 is equipped with Tudor's self-made MT5400 movement, which is waterproof to a depth of 200 meters.

In terms of design, the Black Bay 54 remains faithful to the original style in several respects: the bezel follows the vintage Tudor style without the crown guard, and redesigns the coin edge profile that is also common on vintage Tudors. The hands have also been adjusted, with the original square seconds hand replaced by a round lollipop hand. The hands are also "pinched" at the bottom to replicate the 1954 design.wrist watches for men

The timepiece is elegantly sized with a diameter of 37mm and a thickness of 11.24mm. Refined and simple, it maintains the utilitarian style that has made the collection so popular over the years, and is sure to please dive watch lovers who are looking for a slimmer style better suited to smaller wrists.

Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver White Bronze This new addition to the BR 03-92 Diver Bronze collection has been updated with a new opal silver dial. The watch is visually appealing due to the combination of colors. The bronze case and bezel feature rose gold-plated hour markers inlaid with Super-LumiNova for excellent readability in the dark.

If you're new to dive watches, it certainly helps to know that achieving water resistance in a square case is more complicated than in a round case - Bell & Ross is probably one of the few on the market that can do this One of the best watchmakers in the world to create a fully functional square dive watch. The BR 03-92 Diver is the brand's first square diver's watch launched in 2017.

The BR 03-92 Diver White Bronze is a certified diving high quality cheap watches in accordance with the international standard ISO-6425, powered by the BR-CAL 302 automatic movement. It has a screw-down crown, an anti-reflective sapphire glass coating that functions even at depths of up to 300 meters.

The watch comes with interchangeable brown calfskin and black woven rubber straps. Only 999 pieces will be produced, encased in a CuSn8 alloy composed of 92% copper and 8% tin, which will acquire a unique patina over time, making each one unique.

Cartier Privé Tank Normale For the seventh collection of its Privé collection, Cartier is focusing on the Tank Normale. The new Privé Tank Normale is a highly anticipated model, thanks to its clean and classic design, as well as the fact that Louis Cartier created the first Tank model in 1917 (it is said that the word "Normale" was added after the Tank) Louis Cartier launched in 1922) has long been absent from Cartier's product lineup.

This new version is available in six different designs, with the gold and platinum bracelet versions getting the most attention.

The dial of the Privé Tank Normale features the collection's signature Roman numerals and iconic railway minute track. Its case has been enlarged for modern tastes, measuring 32.6mm x 25.7mm. The caseback of the Privé Normale is brushed and the crown is set with a sapphire cabochon for the gold model and a ruby for the platinum model. cheap luxury watches

Another exciting element is the bracelet. This is the first time a Privé watch has been presented as a bracelet. The 7-link bracelet has a seamless design with no visible buttons at the closure. It is powered by a hand-wound Cal. 070MC movement.

Chopard Alpine Eagle 41 XPS Chopard's acclaimed Alpine Eagle collection welcomes the newest member of the family - the Alpine Eagle 41 XPS.

Like the other steel models in the range, the XPS is made of Lucent Steel A223, an innovative proprietary steel alloy made from 85% recycled material. This alloy is revered for its anti-allergic properties, the brilliance created by the recasting process, and its responsible sourcing.

The case follows a familiar shape with distinct flanks, eight functional screws on the bezel, engraved crown and 'Monte Rosa Pink' radiating pattern on the dial. For this new ultra-thin model, the sides of the bezel have been slightly trimmed to balance the proportions and complement the watch's slim and stylish shape. The case is only 8mm thick, and despite its 41mm diameter, it fits comfortably on even slender wrists.

Powering the watch is the automatic LUC 96.40-L movement with central hours and minutes, small seconds and a stop-seconds function for precise time setting. Two stacked barrels guarantee a power reserve of 65 hours. The bridge plate of the movement is also decorated with Geneva ripples, and the polishing of other parts also meets the requirements of the Geneva Seal. It is also COSC certified.

Montblanc 1858 Iced Sea Automatic Date Watch The latest version of the Montblanc 1858 Ice Sea Automatic Date comes in a new gray version, and its dial is said to be exactly the same color as the ice on top of Western Europe's highest mountain, Mont watches for sale

This watch captures the illusion of gazing into the depths of a glacier, its icy textures and minerals frozen in time for thousands of years. Its dial pattern is crafted using an ancient technique called gratté-boisé. It creates an impression of depth and brightness by replicating the interplay of texture, grooves, depth and shimmering light of actual glacier textures. It comes with a 41mm stainless steel case.

Like its predecessor, this model complies with the ISO6425 standard for dive watches. It has passed the Montblanc laboratory’s shock, temperature and magnetic resistance tests and is water resistant to 300 meters. It features a rotating dive bezel and luminescent markers. On the caseback is an iceberg relief, a scuba diver diving underwater.

The watch comes with an interchangeable steel bracelet and rubber strap with a double deployant clasp, allowing the wearer to quickly adjust the strap when wearing jackets and wetsuits.

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda PF Minute Rattrapante This watch follows the success of Parmigiani Fleurier’s Tonda PF GMT Rattrapante launched last year. The watch takes the Rattrapante concept commonly used in chronographs and uses it as a secret minute hand that the wearer can set to remind of a specific task. The wearer can advance the rose gold hand to a specific time, and when the regular minute hand gets closer and closer to that gold hand, it will remind you to take action.

This isn't the first watch to use something like an alarm clock. Still, it's an inventive use of a rattrapante that offers an interesting interaction with time and an alternative, innovative interpretation of a watchmaking complication.

The watch has three different hands, including an hour hand and two overlapping minute hands, one of which is a rhodium-plated gold hand indicating real time, and the other is a rose gold rattrapante hand that is hidden when not in use. A pusher at 8 o'clock allows the wearer to operate a hidden hand that jumps five minutes each time it is pressed, separating it from the actual minute indicator.

In keeping with the understated style for which Parmigiani Fleurier is known, the Tonda PF Minute Rattrapante is classic, elegant, yet deceptively simple. The stainless steel case has a diameter of 40 mm and features a platinum hand-knurled bezel, a crown with rose gold push buttons and a gray dial with hand-guillochéd wheat grains.

The PF052 self-winding movement that powers it is entirely in-house and consists of 271 parts, including a pink gold micro-rotor. It also offers a 48-hour power reserve.replica limited edition watches

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph 42mm TAG Heuer has a long history with the Carrera Chronograph, which began in 1963 and was named after the formidable Carrera Pan American race. The design has changed over the years, but always retains the same pioneering spirit as the original.

This year, the brand released several new versions of the iconic Carrera Chronograph, originally conceived by Jack Heuer in the 1960s, the Carrera Chronograph 42mm being one of the highlights.

This model features a dark blue or black sunray-brushed dial with bold accents such as a bright orange gradient track and an orange lacquered central seconds hand. The dial is also perfectly balanced with a legible 3-6-9 sub-dial layout, quarter-second scale, and precise detailing.

It includes elements of the original design, such as a polished stainless steel case, angular lugs and ergonomic buttons. The new timepieces are presented on a calfskin strap with a stainless steel folding clasp with double safety push-buttons, available in black or blue, depending on the model.

Visible through the stainless steel screw-down sapphire caseback is the self-winding Heuer 02 chronograph movement, which offers an 80-hour power reserve and water resistance up to 100 meters. Its column wheel and vertical clutch beat at 28,800 vph and together ensure the smooth operation of the chronograph function.

With their vibrant colors and subtle automotive inspirations, their pioneering spirit continues to inspire watch enthusiasts. The dial design is partly inspired by the tachymeter found in sports cars, and the dial colors range from yellow to orange to red.Jacob & Co Five Time Zone

Even though the case measures 42mm larger than the original 36mm diameter, it remains a faithful and modern interpretation of the original design, making the Carrera chronograph one of the most sought-after vintage watches on the market.

Zenith Pilot Automatic The Zenith Pilot's Watch Automatic is a new generation of pilot's watch redesigned from scratch. It revisits the collection's signature aesthetic codes in a distinctive silhouette, full of subtle details.

It comes in a 40mm stainless steel or black ceramic case and features a new design with a flat-topped bezel on top of the round case. The steel version has a vertical satin-brushed surface with polished chamfers, while the black ceramic version is completely micro-blasted. The oversized crown, a signature feature of Pilot watches, has a more modern and angular shape.

The black opal dial with horizontal grooves is inspired by the corrugated fuselage of an airplane, creating a sense of depth. Oversized fluorescent Arabic numerals feature a more modern font and serve as metallic markers filled with white Super-LumiNova. The dial is engraved with the word "Pilot," as Zenith remains the first and only brand to have the right to mark that term on its dial.

The watch is equipped with an El Primero 3620 high-frequency movement, which is clearly visible through the sapphire crystal glass case back. When fully wound, the movement offers a power reserve of 60 hours. The open and black oscillating weight of its winding mechanism is reminiscent of the gauges of a dashboard that informs the pilot of the aircraft's orientation relative to the Earth's horizon.

The steel version comes with the same black Cordura-effect rubber strap, while the second strap is brown calfskin. The black ceramic version is paired with a black Cordura-effect rubber strap with a newly designed folding clasp developed especially for this collection, and a more practical khaki-coloured Cordura-effect rubber strap. The shoulder straps are easily changed using the quick-change mechanism.

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