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The best new watches 2015


IWC

IWC Portugieser Hand-Wound Eight Days Edition ‘75th Anniversary’

IWC played family fortunes this year with its crowd favourite Portugieser, the watch formerly known as Portuguese. Eight new models made their way into the fold, including this 75th anniversary piece, which is the spit of the 1940 original. Under that ageless vintage dial is a hand-wound movement with an eight-day power reserve. Shame of it is only 750 (in stainless steel) will be made.

£8,250


Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio – 47mm PAM00615

Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Chrono Flyback Automatic Titanio – 47mm PAM00615

Whenever Panerai launches a new watch, it’s not always immediately obvious what it’s done to make it different to what went before. After a bit of spot the difference, we can tell you this Luminor Submersible diver’s watch has a matt black ceramic bezel insert, and chronograph push pieces on the left, where they can be operated by a right-hander’s thumb. Minor changes, yes, but so what – it’s cool.

£12,700


Cartier

Cartier Clé de Cartier

Cartier watch designs have a habit of developing iconic status (Tank, Crash etc), so its headline news when a new one comes along. The Clé de Cartier has a tapered case that’s got a retro, dandyish feel to it, and a crown styled like the key of an old-fashioned wind-up clock – hence ‘clé’, French for key. The 40mm white gold version has style maven written all over it.

£14,200 (white gold on leather strap)


Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph

Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph

One of the watches everyone was talking about at SIHH was Vacheron’s all-new Harmony, its 260th anniversary collection. Seven models were launched, all viciously limited, including this pink gold monopusher chronograph (just the 260 of these to come). Inside its cushion-shaped case is the brand’s fresh-out-of-the-box chronograph movement, long awaited by aficionados.

£53,000


Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time

Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time

Montblanc is edging towards a time when it’s known for its watches as much as its pens, chivvied along by pieces such as this Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time, which could prove to be the show’s sleeper hit. It contains one of Montblanc’s new in-house developed calibres, which can be adjusted in one-hour jumps via the crown. A watch for well-heeled time-zone jumpers that’s also not too beastly on the wallet.

£3,115


Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver

The Royal Oak Offshore Diver first appeared in 2010 and became an instant man-favourite, probably because putting it on is like pumping testosterone directly into your forearm. There are two new models this year, one with a black dial and one with a silvered finish. Both have stainless steel cases water-resistant to 300 metres, inner rotating bezels for measuring dive times and automatic movements with 60-hour power reserves.

£13,900


Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Slim

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Slim

Somewhere in among the legion astral-themed high complications launched by Jaeger-LeCoultre this year was this real-world-ready slim-line beauty. There’s little more to say about it other than it’s a stainless steel-cased, time and date automatic with a silvered dial on a black alligator strap. Sometimes that’s all a watch needs. Perfection.

£5,800


Baume et Mercier Clifton Big Date Power Reserve

Baume et Mercier Clifton Big Date Power Reserve

The presence of ‘affordable luxury’ champion Baume et Mercier at SIHH brings welcome relief from the rarefied climes of its fellow Richemont Group brands, and also means we get reasonably priced watches such as this debonair Clifton. The big date and power reserve indications are well balanced on the dial, and add a duo of useful complications to the range without blowing the doors off the budget.

£2,700


Piaget Altiplano Chronograph

Piaget Altiplano Chronograph

Piaget’s nil-by-mouth approach to watchmaking continues to throw up some of the world’s skinniest timepieces – it currently holds 14 watchmaking records for thinness. Two of those belong to its latest pink gold chronograph, which is the world’s thinnest hand-wound flyback chronograph watch and houses the thinnest movement of its kind. Forgetting that, it’s also a minimalist design triumph.

£21,100


A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Up/Down

A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Up/Down

Lange’s small but perfectly formed collection already included a Datograph Up/Down, but not one in pink gold with a black dial. It’s got a flyback chronograph, an outsize date and a 60-hour power reserve shown on the ‘up/down’ indicator at 6 o’clock, and was dubbed by a number of critics at SIHH as ‘the one to make off with’.






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