New releases from Boldr, Bremont, Grand Seiko and morePietro Pilla
While the GPHG was being held in Geneva, numerous collaborations were breaking cover in the rest of the horological world. As we wait for the next big releases that will take place at Dubai Watch Week, here below you will find the best that these past seven days had to offer. As always, you will find a variety of styles, shapes, and price points – happy reading!
Yema Superman Bronze CMM.10
- The Yema Superman Bronze CMM.10 launches the brand’s new in-house movement.
- Yema’s CMM.10 calibre boasts chronometer-level accuracy, a 70-hour power reserve and magnetic resistance.
- New movement aside, it’s a capable dive watch that looks particularly good in bronze.
Oris x Collective Horology Divers Seventy-Five Calibre 400 C.04
- The Oris Divers Seventy-Five Calibre 400 C.04 for Collective puts a ‘70s twist on a crowd-favourite skin diver.
- The oranges and browns are complemented by bronze accents on the bezel and bracelet.
- Powered by Oris’ in-house Calibre 400, it has a 120-hour power reserve and chronometer-level accuracy.
Boldr x Worn & Wound 3xT GMT Limited Editions
- Boldr partners with Worn & Wound to release two funky-coloured limited editions.
- They are powered by the new Miyota 9075 automatic GMT movement, a traveller GMT that allows independent setting of the 12-hour hand.
- Equipped with a nylon NATO strap and an inner 12-hour bezel, they are the perfect companion for modern adventurers.
Casio G-Shock x Bape GM-6900 30th Anniversary Exclusive Model
- Casio commemorates the 30th anniversary of cult Japanese streetwear brand A Bathing Ape (BAPE) with a limited-edition G-Shock.
- BAPE’s iconic ‘1st Camo’ pattern is laser-etched into the watch’s black resin case and bracelet, which features bougie gold highlights.
- It also comes with a second green camo fabric strap.
Bremont Supermarine S502
- Bremont launches a new 500m diver equipped with a GMT complication.
- The 43mm stainless steel case puts function firmly over form to honour the brand’s adventurous identity.
- With a black dial and a black ceramic bezel, it’s available either on a matching steel bracelet, black rubber strap, or brown leather strap.
Genus Green Rainbow
- This crazy-looking timepiece features a patent-pending complication where the tens of minutes are indicated by 12 free-moving gemstones.
- The 43mm case that houses this wizardry is made of Damascus titanium (TD), anodized to get a beautiful green shade.
- The green theme continues on the strap, made in green alligator leather with a matching green Damascus titanium buckle.
Grand Seiko SBGW305
- This hand-wound, time-only dress watch from Grand Seiko gets a tasteful ‘beads of rice’ bracelet.
- Before this silver sunray-brushed release, the strap was only available on certain JDM models.
- It’s powered by the tastefully-finished Calibre 9S64, visible through the sapphire case back.
Alpina Alpiner Extreme Automatic California
- The Alpina Alpiner Extreme Automatic California Dial pays tribute to the quirky ‘error-proof’ dive-watch styles of the 1930s.
- Its 41mm case certainly looks extreme – however, its measurements are surprisingly tame.
- It’s adventure-capable with 200m of water resistance and a screw-down crown.
Mathey-Tissot x Massena LAB Chronograph ‘68
- Inspired by a Mathey-Tissot chronograph from the late 60s, Massena Lab brings back a vintage look.
- On the black glossy dial, three silver counters pop thanks to the bright red and blue that frame them.
- While the 120-click black bezel follows the colour of the dial, the blue leather strap echoes the colouring of the counters.