Breitling Colt Collection 2014


A staple of the Breitling line since the '80s, the Colt gets a complete revamp for 2014 with new designs and three models: The Colt Chronograph, Colt Automatic, and the Colt Quartz.

The watches come on a steel bracelet or rubber strap and feature glareproofed sapphire crystals, satin-brushed bezels, and 44mm cases. The watches either come with a SuperQuartz movement which is 10x more accurate than standard quartz movements or an ETA-based Automatic with a power reserve of 42 hours.


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Autodromo Stradale


One of the most exciting watch companies today isn't one from Europe, it's the automotive-obsessed designers over at Autodromo. They continue to impress with every release and their latest model, the Stradale, is one of their most beautiful to date.

Taking inspiration from the dash of '50s and '60s Berlinettas, the Stradale features a multi-layer dial with a glass hour ring that hovers over the main minutes dial and sits under a domed sapphire crystal face. Movement is a 24-jewel Japanese Miyota automatic that sits inside a 40mm case that features a sapphire exhibition caseback. The unique strap references the classic leather interiors of the era and the watch comes in three colors: Black w/ Burgundy strap, Cream w/ Brown strap, and a Grey dial with navy blue strap.

$875, Autodromo

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Braun 2014 Watches


Braun is releasing a new range of watches for the year and their latest styles continue the "less is more" tone spearheaded by design icon and former Braun designer, Dieter Rams.

New styles include digital/analog hybrids, new leather strap updates, a travel-ready GMT, and our favorite of the bunch: an all ceramic model. The all ceramic model started as a concept and now has been added to the line as a production model. The watch perfectly captures the "less is more" attitude with with its incredibly clean design that has a full ceramic case and bracelet and comes in black or stone.


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Bremont for Jaguar


It was only right that a British company develop the perfect watch to complement Jaguar's new lightweight E-Type. Bremont has created a limited edition of six watches to commemorate the build and will be offered to the six very lucky customers of the ultra-exclusive release.

The watch will be crafted from the remaining aluminum from the E-Type builds and will feature a dial based on the Lightweight E-Type tachometer. The 43mm watch will also feature chamfered hour and minute hands, their own movement with a rotor designed like a Jaguar steering wheel, and a crown that has been detailed with the pattern of old racing tires.



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Rolex Deepsea D-Blue Dial


Rolex commemorating Director James Cameron's solo dive into the Marianas Trench with a special edition of their Deepsea watch with a new "D-Blue" Dial. The gradient dial transitions from blue to black signifying the incredible depths of the trench, which is considered the deepest part of the ocean.

Alongside the new design the watch has all the signature Deepsea features including water resistance down to 12,800 feet, a titanium caseback, luminous blue Chromalight markers, a helium escape valve, and the glidelock extension system that lets you quickly adjust the length of the bracelet without any tools.


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Oris ProDiver Pointer Moon


For you ocean explorers and desk divers alike Oris has an impressive new timepiece with the new ProDiver Pointer Moon. An instrument through and through, the watch indicates tidal and lunar cycles as well as a comprehensive set of features to aid you on your dives.

The watch features a Selitta-based automatic movement, a multi-piece titanium case, caseback with meteres-feet conversion scale, anti-reflective domed sapphire, and a unidirectional ceramic bezel. It also features a crown protected by a DLC-coated stainless steel barrier, a lockable bezel, and a "sliding sledge" that lets you easily and quickly adjust the fit while underwater.


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Miansai M12/M24


Miansai is expanding its watch line with new designs that feature Swiss and Japanese movements. Simple and elegant the watches feature clean dial designs and a variety of strap and case options and domed acrylic crystal faces.

Of the two styles, the minimalist inside of us is really attracted to the M24 model (above) with its simplified single hand dial. The M24 also features a Japanese movement, mineral crystal face, and just like its Swiss-based relative its got a handful of case variants and strap options.

$185-$495, Miansai


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Bremont Wright Flyer


While many watch companies can lay claim to the ultimate aviation watch, Bremont has a leg up on all of them with their new watch, the Wright Flyer. Behind the classic dial lies a pretty impressive detail, a piece of the muslin used from the 1903 Wright Flyer aircraft, yes, the world's first airplane.

The material, used to cover the plane, will be located on the rotor of the watch's movement. What's equally as special is that the movement will be the brand's first in-house and what better place to introduce it than this limited edition. The 25-jewel BWC/01 33.4mm Automatic will feature a Glucydur balance, Nivarox CT balance spring, a Nivaflex mainspring, and a 50+ hour power reserve. The case will come in three editions: steel, rose gold, and white gold. Each will be released in a limited run and are accessorized with an alligator leather strap.

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Bell & Ross Vintage BR 123 GMT & 126 Insignia


Bell & Ross adds a couple new watches to its Vintage BR line: one is a style inspired by the aviation in the era of WWII and a much needed GMT for you frequent fliers out there.

The Vintage BR 126 Insignia (right) is a special edition of the all-black 126 Carbon that gets a splash of color with a red, white, and blue roundel insignia on the dial and matching stripes on the strap. The Vintage BR 123 GMT finally brings a dual timezone watch to the line with a clean dial accented with applied metal numerals and a bright orange 24H GMT hand.

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Devon RGM Mechanical Watch


Not familiar with Devon? The LA-based watchmaker made a big splash in the watch industry creating an unconventional watch that uses a patented system of "time belts" that display time in such a way that has to be seen to be believed.

The company is previewing the next evolution in that series with their new RGM Mechanical Watch. Debuting at next year's Baselworld show, the watch takes on a more traditional shape which surrounds Devon's innovative time belt system. No other details are available yet, but if their past releases are any indication this is sure to be one hell of watch.


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