Editor's Picks: 3 Luxury Watches To Invest In Right Now
The RM 72-01 is Richard Mille’s biggest release this year and the first watch in the brand’s history to come equipped with a flyback chronograph that is designed and assembled in-house from start to finish. A flyback chronograph enables the restarting of the watch’s timer function while the chronograph is running. This exciting timepiece is powered by the automatic Calibre CRMC1, which comes with 50 hours of power reserve.
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Over the years, Bulgari has established itself as a watchmaking pioneer. The ultra-slim Octo Finissimo is one of the most iconic new watches of the past decade, while the arrival of the new Serpenti Seduttori earlier this year saw the world’s smallest tourbillon movement. Not one to disappoint, the brand continues to experiment with its most recent releases, which include the super-sporty Aluminium Chronograph. Modern, fun and playful, this lightweight timepiece has a cool Nineties feel to it.
What a watch! Hermès’s Arceau Lift Tourbillon Répétition Minutes is available with either a white or Abyss blue-lacquered dial. Both feature a unique cut-out in the shape of a horse head, which gives the wearer a tantalising glimpse into the watch’s complex mechanism. These timepieces are powered by an H1924 movement, which also playfully incorporates Hermès’s equestrian theme with a barrel bridge shaped like twin horse heads.
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