The latest timepiece novelties are here and Suria KLCC is the best place to find them all. From updated classics to the most cutting edge of movements, the latest from your favourite watch brands are sure to excite and entice you.
The last family-owned watchmaker launched the Rare Handcrafts 2020-2021 in June, presenting six grand complication models highlighting the very best of the maison’s inhouse artistic decorations including manual engraving, grand feu cloisonné enamel, grand feu champlevé enamel, grand feu flinqué enamel, manual guilloching and gemsetting. Our particular favourite would be the ornate Golden Ellipse in white gold, an ultra thin self-winding beauty equipped with a Caliber 240 and showcasing an 8k gold dial plate that is hand-engraved with arabesques and volutes. T
A.Lange & Söhne
The Saxony watchmaker’s renowned Lange 1 has a new Perpetual Calendar incarnation, the first Lange 1 dedicated entirely to the perpetual calendar complication with a combined moon phase/ day-night indicator of the Lange 1 Moon Phase. Two beautiful versions are immediately arresting—the first is has a dignified grey dial encased in pink gold while the second, a limited edition of 150 watches features a spectacular combination of a white gold case and pink gold dial.
Omega’s Seamaster is one of its most celebrated timepieces with the latest version of the Seamaster 300 featuring a new sapphire glass and ocalic, anodized-treated aluminium for increased durability while enabling the timepiece to be thinner. The dial’s unique sandwich concept with a vintage Super-LumiNova base on two layers with a second plate for recessed hour markers and numerals openwork which harks back to its vintage 1960s Arabic open design.
The Explorer II celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with an update packing a power reserve of 70 hours, a new super bright lume, thinner and more elegant lugs and features the 3285 calibre. Meanwhile, the watchmaker’s coveted Daytona sees the return of the meteorite dial to the collection available in rose, yellow and white gold incarnations.
Of the sixteen new timepieces unveiled by Audemars Piguet this year, our pick has to be the Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon Flyback Chronograph 43mm. Limited to just 100 pieces, the timepiece’s two high complications of the flyback tourbillon and chronograph and encased in a new 43mm size and employs the new caliber 2967, the same movement that powered AP’s Code 11.59 collection replete with titanium bridges with satin-brushed and hand-polished black PVD finishing.