When it comes to offering gorgeously designed luxury wristwatches, Sihh tends to run ahead of the pack. And 2017 will prove no different, with an incredible assortment of new watches arriving on the market that will be sure to turn heads.
The MB&F Horological Machine No. 7 Aquapod has been a long time coming, but it’s been worth the wait. Featuring glow in the dark AGT lume panels, the Aquapod also offers Super-LumiNova numerals for easy display and reading. The display itself is a testament to minimalist design, reading only the hours and the minutes. The watch itself comes in two flavors, with titanium and red gold available.
For the serious timepiece connoisseur, the Urwerk UR-T8 Transformer is a marvel of with its bold, unique design. Featuring a durable titanium case and T-Rex-style “scales” patterning its body, the Transformer is the kind of watch that must be seen and felt to be truly appreciated. But most exciting, is its ability to flip onto its back whist on your wrist to reveal its face.
Breaking onto the scene with its True Second and Universal Time wristwatches in 2015, Jaeger-LeCoultre enters 2017 with an all new offering that’s guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. The Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time is the evolution of a chronological art form, coming encased in platinum and featuring exquisite craftsmanship and gear work.
Montblanc offers rugged functionality with the new TimeWalker Chronograph UTC. It features an oversized, black DLC case and sporty styling. The uni-directional rotating bezel looks great in black, and includes 24-hour indication. The dial itself is inspired by the dashboards of classic cars, with vertically aligned subsidiary dials on the chronograph. It comes with separate 30-minute and 12-hour registers, and a bright red seconds hand with Minverva-inspired arrowhead pointer.
A.Lange & Sohne’s new Saxonia Thin is the pinnacle of simplistic elegance in design. The form is evocative of a more classical, simpler era and aspires to a more minimalistic approach than what is often seen in some of today’s elaborate time pieces. The Saxonia is Lange’s flattest watch crafted so far, measuring in at a height of just 5.9 millimeters. It comes with only hour and minute hands, wrought in pink gold, while the dial itself is solid silver. The body is elegantly crafted pink gold, and the leather strap provides maximum comfort throughout the day.