The worth of luxury watches lies beyond their ability to tell time…it encompasses its precision, craftsmanship, design sophistication, innovation and more. Complications without a doubt enhance the mechanical complexity of a watch, and in many instances, ultimately add value to a fine watch.
Arnold & Son Ultrathin Tourbillon Gold Skeleton
The Arnold & Son Ultrathin Tourbillon Skeleton is powered by in-house A&S8220 movement and measures just 8.34 mm in thickness, making the Ultrathin Tourbillon Skeleton among the thinnest skeleton tourbillon on the market. Developed, designed and manufactured entirely in house at Arnold & Son’s workshops, it is housed in an elegant 42-mm, red gold case.
Bulgari Octo Finissimo
The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT is the world’s slimmest self-winding watch endowed with a chronograph and GMT function. The exciting timepiece combines the well-known chronograph, as the favourite tool of a generation living on the fast track, and a GMT function, showing two time zones at once, creatively reinventing a classic complication the Italian way.
Breguet Classique Chronométrie 7727
The Breguet Classique Chronométrie 7727 is an impressive timepiece in the House of Breguet. Equipped with a magnetic pivot and a 10Hz frequency, optimum precision has been achieved in the time-keeping performance of the wristwatch. Besides featuring iconic aesthetics of the House, six different guilloché patterns were applied on the dial, adding details that truly enhances the Breguet identity.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar in Pink Gold
A classic, elegant example of Jaeger-LeCoultre expertise, the Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar in pink gold touches the hearts of all lovers of fine complication watches. Thanks to its mechanism, this timepiece takes into account the irregularities of the calendar, automatically adjusting itself for months and years to come.