A watch that would be at home in any era, the Moritz Grossmann Power Reserve Vintage recalls the watchmaker's classic pocket watch designs in a new special edition. Available in white gold or rose gold, the watch features a dial adorned with fine Roman numerals and ultra-thin, needle-like hands that are .1mm at their thinnest point and are blued by hand. Anyone who's ever seen a Moritz Grossman will also immediately notice the logo swap to the original typography, which works perfectly with the elegant dial layout. The movement is a manually-wound calibre 100.2 with a 42-hour power reserve, which also has its own subtle indicator below the logo.
Ulysse Nardin takes it back to the 60s with its new diver
The watch is based on an original design from 1964.