FRIDAY WIND DOWN: Sinn debuts Goldbronze, Richard Mille emphasises women, tantalising new Moser FRIDAY WIND DOWN: Sinn debuts Goldbronze, Richard Mille emphasises women, tantalising new Moser

FRIDAY WIND DOWN: Sinn debuts Goldbronze, Richard Mille emphasises women, tantalising new Moser

Zach Blass

Any fun plans for the weekend? Well, before you get to it, here are the highlights of the week you may have missed and that we have yet to cover ourselves!

Sinn goes for Gold(bronze)

  • New T50 watches with new in-house Goldbronze 125 alloy comprised of 12.5% solid gold (Omega’s bronze gold is 37.5% for comparison)
  • Standard-production models use it strictly for the bezel, limited edition with decorative grinding dial has Goldbronze bezel and case
  • 41mm x 12.3mm dimensions, 500m depth rating, SW 300-1 movement. 

Price: US$4,670 (standard models), US$5,760 (limited edition of 300 pcs.)

Richard Mille presents sportier evolution of the RM 07 for women

  • They have dubbed the RM 07-04 Automatic Sport their first women’s sports watch, available in six colour configurations
  • Designed with six of their sports ambassadors: Aurora Straus, Margot Laffite, Nelly Korda, Nafi Thiam, Yuliya Levchenko and Ester Ledecká
  • Three years of development, new CRMA8 calibre their most compact automatic movement in their collection

A new tantalising tantalum perpetual calendar from H. Moser & Cie

  • The Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Tantalum Blue Enamel is the first watch from the manufacture in tantalum
  • “Abyss Blue” dial created through four differently coloured pigments set on a hammered gold plate and heated to create an ombré effect.
  • Clean Moser aesthetic – no dial branding, and the perpetual calendar strictly conveyed through large 3 o’clock “flash dial” aperture.

Price: US$82,500

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!


Watch meme of the week: Perks of the job


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I personally cannot relate to this. The beauty of being a watch journalist is that having webpages of watches open throughout the day is not discouraged, it is prescribed. When I say it is for work, I am actually telling the truth. Perk of the job.

Wrist shot of the week: Arm your collection with G-Shock

Normally I cringe when I see multiple watches stacked on one arm next to each other, especially when I see Vacheron, Patek and Rolex all lined up ready to brush and scratch each other. But G-Shock are more than rugged enough for this pose. Pair the arsenal of G-Shocks with Lucy’s fully tatted abdomen and tell me this shot doesn’t give a totally rugged and ready for action vibe.

Time+Tide Shop select of the week: Delugs – Jean Grey Babele Slim Strap

We just love the look of this Babele leather strap in Slim style. Babele leather is a veg-tanned leather that comes from the Tempesti tannery in Italy. The look and feel of this leather resembles that of a tablecloth or fabric. It has the same texture (slightly rough), same firmness (very soft) and same look as a piece of cloth. We think it might be the perfect casual strap for your weekends.

You can purchase the Delugs – Jean Grey Babele Slim Strap right here in the Time+Tide Shop. Price: A$162

Our favourite Time+Tide coverage of the week:

A Tudor Black Bay Bronze 58 became my milestone watch to celebrate taking charge of my mental health

This story was a submission by Time+Tide reader Chris Antzoulis, who was moved to write it after listening to the Milestone Watches episode on About Effing Time. Here, he shares the story of what he has dubbed his “mental milestone watch”.

VIDEO: The Longines Pilot Majetek is a wrist-mounted flight instrument with a storied past



In 1935, by order from the Czechoslovakian Air Force, Longines created the ref. 3582, with the same moving marker, in a cushion case. It is this very reference, and the engraving “Majetek Vojenske Spravy” (“property of the military administration” in Czech/Slovak), that gave rise to the Majetek model, now reincarnated in the Longines Pilot Majetek 2023 reissue. You can watch our full hands-on review in the video above.

Vacheron Constantin unveils multi-level boutique in Sydney

Vacheron Constantin is a brand that does things properly. Established in 1755, the prestigious manufacturer only produces about 20,000 watches a year, due to their commitment to uphold their famously high standards. This exacting attitude contributed to the delay in opening a dedicated Sydney boutique until they found the ideal location. But that wait is now over with the unveiling of a new three-story boutique in King Street Sydney. Read the full story here.