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July 18, 2024

All the new watch releases

Arushi Sakhuja
For decades, watches have been symbols of luxury, wealth and personal taste. And an exquisite timepiece works as the perfect finishing touch. While most of them come with a hefty price tag, there is no denying the luxury they exude. Whether you fancy a metallic strap, leather strap, square, jewel-encrusted or gold plates watch, there’s a watch for everyone.
Over the years, watches have transitioned from chronographs to analogue and digital ones. But the top players in the market continue to push their creative and technical boundaries to create new timepieces that are worth every penny. Our watch report covers all the newest watch releases, scroll on!
Ferrari 
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Richard Mille/ Instagram
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Richard Mille/ Instagram
Say hello to the world’s thinnest watch! Richard Mille debuts the RMP UP-01 Ferrari, which has the world’s thinnest mechanical movement in a watch at just 1.75mm thick. ⁠The limited-edition will have just 150 units that will retail for $1.75 million each. The watch uses a new type of escapement with a titanium balance wheel that drastically reduces the calibre’s thickness. A dart-free anchor replaces the parts that add the most height in a traditional escapement and the regulator index is replaced by 6 adjustable weights located directly on the balance.
Audemars Piguet 
Audemars Piguet
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Piguet pays tribute to the music industry with a new Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Music Edition watch. The five new Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Music Edition references in 37 and 43 mm are interpreted in different materials: two models in titanium, two in gem-set 18-carat white gold and one in black ceramic. ⁠They all feature a Tapisserie dial and the studs recall the jack pattern, the fader-inspired crown guards and the strap pin buckle. The luxurious watch boasts colour, style and refinement to add much needed polish to any look. Each reference is limited to 500 pieces each.
Tudor
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In celebration of the British North Greenland Expedition’s 70th anniversary, Tudor Watch has reintroduced one of its most beloved vintage models: the classic Ranger. The Swiss watchmaker has given the watch a modern look, including its wrist-friendly 39mm stainless steel case. Arriving in a bezel-less design, the timepiece is retained with a deep black dial paired with contrasting cream white indices. ⁠

Available in a hybrid rubber and leather strap, a green striped fabric strap, or a stainless steel bracelet, you can take your pick. It is priced at $2,725 for the strap options and $3,050 for the steel bracelet.
Louis Vuitton
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Louis Vuitton
Luxury house Louis Vuitton is not new to the world of watches. And this time the brand has introduced a new watch the Tambour Outdoor Chronograph GMT. Championing nautical colours it has a blue dial and a unique design that is at once sporty and chic. An everyday wear classic, splashes of red add to its masculine appeal. The quartz-powered watch comes alive thanks to an animated small seconds disc inscribed with the famous skeletonised initials LV and a range of interchangeable straps. The Nautical Steel model looks sporty and chic with its polished steel case.
Greubel Forsey
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Greubel Forsey / Instagram
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Greubel Forsey / Instagram
They say a watch should be well designed to ensure it garners all eyeballs and Greubel Forsey’s new Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture priced at a whopping $500,000 is just that! The watch features a newly designed titanium and sapphire crystal convex conical frustum case which showcases its unorthodox movement construction. Each component is suspended in an unexpected three-dimensional plane. Limited to only 11 pieces this year, the timepiece will ramp up to 18 pieces a year between 2023 and 2025 for a total of 65 pieces. What’s more? The watch uses a fast rotation speed in addition to a 25° inclination, and when combined contributes to excellent chronometric performance.
Bamford
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Bamford / Instagram
New watches
Photo Courtesy: Bamford / Instagram
The hottest collaboration in the watch world is here. As leaders in the luxury space, the partnership between Billionaire Boys Club and Bamford London)represents the brands’ shared value of providing customers with high-quality, timeless style. With their new release carefully crafted Rocket GMT, the special edition watch boasts unique attention to detail. The red accent of the rocket is continued with a red second hand and the watch is presented in uber-luxe packaging with Chenille fabric and velvet lining embroidered. Featuring an inner rotating bezel and features a custom dial with lunar surface detail, the watch is limited to just 25 pieces, retailing at $2,500.
Linde Werdelin
Oktopus dive watch
Photo Courtesy: Linde Werdelin/ Instagram
Fancy a white rubber strap watch? Then Linde Werdelin has the perfect drop. Unveiling the new generation of its Oktopus dive watch with two new moon phase watches in white or blue 3DTP. It is the company’s first watch to be made entirely out of the 3D Thin Ply Carbon, making it the lightest watch Linde Werdelin has ever created. ⁠Weighing just 60gm, the limited edition watch will have only 59 pieces of each version available for $23,335.
REC Watches
New watches
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REC watches has joined hands with Porsche for a special edition 901 RWB Rotana watch based on founder Akira Nakai’s custom 1995 Porsche (911) 993. Recycled from the original RWB Porsche, the slick all-black watch features a handcrafted metal dial that’s cut directly from the hood of Nakai-san’s personal RWB Porsche 911 Rotana. Further tying in the design elements of the iconic car the watch also mimics the car’s iconic silhouette. Limited to 305 pieces, the watch retails at $1,795.
BALTIC Watches 
New watches
Photo Courtesy: BALTIC Watches / Instagram
New watches
Photo Courtesy: BALTIC Watches / Instagram
New watches
Photo Courtesy: BALTIC Watches / Instagram
New watches
Photo Courtesy: BALTIC Watches / Instagram
BALTIC watches introduces the latest addition of their diving watches the Aquascaphe Titanium collection. Giving the vintage watch lovers a diver option with a slightly modern twist, available in black and blue, the new model is lightweight and technically advanced with the ability to dive down to 300 meters. Additionally, the timepiece is limited to just 300 units per colour tone and comes fully numbered. Other features include a 120-click unidirectional bezel which helps time dives perfectly along with a Miyota 9039 self-winding movement with a power reserve of 42 hours. The watch will retail at $723 USD each. ⁠
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Arushi Sakhuja

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