On this Father’s Day, surprise yours with the offer of a timepiece that marks all the unmissable moments.


Speedmaster Chronoscope

Omega has just launched the Speedmaster Chronoscope collection. With this line, the brand recovers the name Chronoscope (see time), used in the early 2000s for the chronographs of the De Ville collection, presents a new manual coaxial caliber and lends a new case size – 43 mm – to the Speedmaster line.

The most notable element of the new Chronoscope is the dial design and architecture that defines the watch’s name. The main objective of this model is to accurately determine the duration of a phenomenon and, for that, it can record how fast we are going based on the distance traveled, but also how far we are from something that is visible and audible and even what our heart rate. In fact, this Speedmaster features the three classic scales of a chronograph: a tachymeter, a tachymeter and a pulsometer.

The Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope is available in steel with several dial variations (a total of six versions) and in a Bronze Gold model.


Pilot Chronograph 41

The chronograph is one of the emblems of the IWC Pilot collection. The Pilot Chronograph 41 is presented in a 41 mm steel case, with a blue or green dial and is equipped with the EasX-CHANGE quick-change strap system, with options available in leather, rubber or steel.

The Pilot Chronograph 41 is powered by the in-house caliber 69385, visible through the sapphire crystal caseback. This mechanical movement consists of 231 parts, the chronograph function being controlled by a column wheel. A bi-directional sprocket winding system converts the watch wearer’s wrist activity into tension for the mainspring, efficiently powering the movement and ensuring a 46-hour power reserve.



Created in 1904 by Louis Cartier for the Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, the design of the Santos watch was based on the concept of form, a taste for minimalism, precision of proportions and attention to detail. As the first square wristwatch created by Cartier, it was designed at a time when pocket watches were traditionally round. In a way, Santos was truly revolutionary. The screws, traditionally hidden in watchmaking, became visible and became an aesthetic code for the collection.

In 2019, Cartier revisited the iconic Santos watch and gave it smoother lines, thanks to a redesigned case that’s about 9mm thick, and a rounded bezel that fits into the lugs(unlike the square of its predecessors). Here we suggest the large steel model, powered by the automatic caliber 1847 MC and accompanied by a Santos bracelet and an additional leather strap.



Elegant red gold meets deep blue in this PanoMaticLunar. Here, the gold case, hands and indexes contrast with the off-center blue dial. The hour and minute and small seconds counters are positioned along a vertical axis on the left half of the dial, while the Panorama Date appears at 4 o’clock. The hands in red gold coated with SuperLumiNova form a brilliant contrast with the intense blue of the dial.

PanoMaticLunar models are driven by the in-house caliber 90-02, an automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve. The sapphire crystal caseback offers a glimpse of the movement and its signature Glashütte elements, including the Glashütte-striped three-quarter platinum finish, off-center rotor with 21-karat gold oscillating weight, blued screws and manually engraved balance cock.


Avenger Automatic 43

Bold and robust, the Breitling Avengers are immediately recognizable by the movable markers on their unidirectional toothed rims, which allow for optimal handling of the bezel, ideal for aviators or other people who wear gloves.

The Breitling Avenger Automatic 43 has a simple, understated dial with central hour, minute and second hands and a date window at 3 o’clock. Inside the 43 mm steel case, with a unidirectional toothed bezel, is the Breitling caliber 17, an automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve, certified by the COSC. This model features a black or blue dial, with indexes and hands coated with Super-LumiNova ®, and is available with a military anthracite leather strap with buckle or folding clasp or a steel bracelet with folding clasp.


Air Command

The Air Command collection is inspired by a highly sought after Blancpain chronograph from the 1950s, which was produced in small quantities. In the wake of its predecessor, the Air Command features sophisticated styling and offers two distinct timing modes: a chronograph with flyback function and a countdown bezel.

The 42.5 mm titanium case of this military-inspired model houses the automatic caliber F388B, with a vertical clutch flyback chronograph.


Classic Fusion All Black

Using a mix of materials and different finishes and textures, the Hublot Classic Fusion All Black stands out for its all-black look, from the 45 mm ceramic case, to the pushers and crown, through the lacquered dial and rubber strap. At the heart of this model is the in-house automatic movement, caliber HUB1112, with a 42-hour power reserve.


Polo S

The Piaget Polo S is the expression of relaxed elegance, perfect for any occasion. Equipped with a polished bezel with a satin finish, the 42 mm steel case is water resistant up to 10 ATM and combines a round and cushion shape in the pure aesthetic tradition of Piaget. The blue dial structured with horizontal lines, punctuated by luminescent applied indices, Dauphine hands and red-tipped seconds hand and perforated P, displays the hours, minutes, central seconds and date at 6 o’clock.

The sapphire crystal caseback reveals the finishings of the Piaget 1110P automatic movement and the blue oscillating weight adorned with the Piaget crest. This Polo is available with a blue alligator leather strap with a steel folding clasp.