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Watches and Wonders 2024
Watches and Wonders is the most prestigious event of the year for the watch industry. Organized by the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, it takes place from April 8th to April 15th this year in Geneva. The fair has welcomed nearly 50 brands. Discover all the new releases and innovations in the watch industry this year.

David Bijlsma is delighted to guide you through the various brands.

The GMT-Master II in Oystersteel is presented for the first time featuring the Cerachrom bezel made of gray-black ceramic, which was introduced to this collection in 2023. There are two new versions. One model is equipped with an Oyster bracelet, and the other with a Jubilee bracelet. Their green 24-hour hand does much more than simply indicate a second time zone: it points to another location, significant to the wearer, thus reflecting the emotions accompanying every traveler.

TUDOR Black Bay 58 18K
TUDOR introduces a new, bold version of its popular Black Bay 58, crafted from solid 18kt yellow gold with an open case back, Manufacture Caliber, and now featuring a solid gold bracelet with 'T-fit' clasp.

TAG Heuer Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph
Discover the latest TAG Heuer Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph in RACING RED and original blue. With its robust black DLC-coated titanium case and red accents, such as the red lacquered split-seconds hand, the Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph is a dynamic homage to TAG Heuer's rich racing DNA, inspired by speed and motorsport.

The original blue hue on the split-seconds hand and the titanium hour markers on the dial bring a vibrant tribute to the original Monaco model from 1969, giving it a modern and dynamic appearance.

Panerai Submersible QuarantaQuattro Luna Rossa Ti-Ceramitech™
Discover the essence of innovation with the Submersible QuarantaQuattroTi-CeramitechLuna Rossa PAM01466. Crafted from the brand-new Ti-Ceramitech material, this timepiece represents the culmination of seven years of research and development. Lighter than steel yet stronger than ceramic, water-resistant up to 500 meters, it stands as the pinnacle of engineering and design. Dive in with Panerai.

Jaeger-leCoultre Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar 
The sleek design of the Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar watch houses the in-house caliber 868, promising a power reserve of 70 hours. Its well-balanced proportions and refined lugs on the polished steel case ensure an extremely comfortable fit. Its dial, with a silver background featuring a sunray pattern, highlights the moon phase at noon, the Dauphine hands with their double satin finish, the minute track, the elongated hour markers, and the applied JL logo. On this perpetual calendar, the three subdials display the date at 3 o'clock, the day of the week at 9 o'clock, and the month at 6 o'clock.

Frederique Constant Classic Moonphase Date Manufacture
The flagship model of Frederique Constant, the Classic Moonphase Date Manufacture, is understated, elegant, and contemporary, remaining true to its traditional DNA even as the collection expands with new variations of 40 millimeters, featuring the new Classic steel case. Designed for daily wear - and for all enthusiasts of Geneva watchmaking heritage - the watch boasts a new, clean sunray dial, with delicate hands powered by a new FC-716 movement. This latest movement is developed in-house and has a power reserve of 72 hours. The Classic Moonphase Date Manufacture is so reliable that its performance is now guaranteed for five years. This rare, refined, advanced, and precise piece is highly dependable, based on a 4Hz movement developed by Frederique Constant almost a decade ago.

Chanel J12 Couture
Introducing the Mademoiselle J12 Couture, a masterpiece that blends elegance with innovation. The dial showcases the iconic silhouette of Mademoiselle in her timeless black and white ensemble. Behind her, an enchanting rotating disc brings golden motifs to life, inspired by safety pins and couture dress forms, in constant motion.

Crafted as a limited edition, this watch features a case of black high-quality ceramic and matte black coated steel, exuding durability and sophistication. The sapphire crystal case back proudly displays the inscription "LIMITED EDITION," adding an exclusive touch.

Montblanc Iced Sea 0 Oxygen Deep 4810
Having pursued the greatest heights, Montblanc now explores the marine universe at 4810 meters below sea level with the Montblanc Iced Sea 0 Oxygen Deep 4810. The glacier-patterned dial is inspired by the Mer de Glace - the Sea of Ice - the primary glacier of the Mont-Blanc Massif. Its texture is achieved using an almost forgotten ancestral technique called gratté-boisé. Housed in a 43mm titanium case completely devoid of oxygen with a shield protecting the screw-down crown, this diving watch comes with a case back adorned with a 3D engraving of the view divers see when diving beneath the ice. The watch is powered by Montblanc's Manufacture, COSC-certified, automatic MB 29.29 movement, with approximately five days of power reserve, and complies with the ISO 6425 standard for deep-sea diving. It is water-resistant up to 4810 meters.

Cartier Reflection
Enter the other side of the mirror, where time plays with appearances. The Cartier Reflection watch starts with the unprecedented generous architecture of the open bracelet, combining openwork and polished reflective gold with elongated lines and defined edges. The tension reaches its peak when a delicate dial meets its reflection, where time seems to reverse.