Baselworld 2019 continues with the unveiling of many upcoming new trends in the sector of watchmaking and luxury watches. We bet that if you’re at the event you must certainly feel a little bit lost with so many trends, watches, and jewels you have to see. No worries, we can point to some other new watches you can see during the event.
Yesterday on the opening of the event we’ve shown you some watches you definitely couldn’t miss for the event, but now we bring you three more for you to admire. Keep an eye out for them!
The Breitling Navitimer Ref. 806 1959 Re-Edition
This watch already won the hearts of many Breitling fans due to the recreation of a beloved classic. Aside from being very faithful to the 1959 classic, it comes with a relevant update: the manual-winding Venus 178 movement is now a place taken by the Breitling Manufacture Calibre B09.
Expectations are very positive for the reception of this watch and CEO Georges Kern has stated that:
“The Navitimer Ref. 806 1959 Re-Edition will give new Breitling fans and people who have followed the brand for decades a chance to own and enjoy their own exclusive piece of our legendary past.”
Happy Sport Oval
Chopard will be having two entries on our new list with the revisiting of the Happy Sport Oval watch, this time with a composition of interwoven pebble-shaped links. The watch comes in two new options: rose gold or diamond-set stainless steel.
The ladies are sure to love these new editions thanks to the design of the products. Their “Galet” bracelet, easily fits on the wrist and the oval case transpires a feminine touch to the product. When it comes to the case options you can opt for one made from 18k rose gold and stainless steel.
L.U.C XPS Twist QF
L.U.C XPS Twist QF is the second Chopard entry to this lit with a new watch crafted according to Swiss watch standards. When it comes to the Twist of the watch it’s referring to some design tweaks. For example, the crown and seconds sub-dial have are now positioned at the “4” and “7” respectively and there is no ‘12’ numeral (replaced by a pair of facetted markers). The rest of the product as a whole maintains its essence as a classical gentleman’s watch.