New releases from Ollech & Wajs, Girard-Perregaux, Panerai and more New releases from Ollech & Wajs, Girard-Perregaux, Panerai and more

New releases from Ollech & Wajs, Girard-Perregaux, Panerai and more

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After last week’s Dubai Watch Week madness, you would think there would be a bit of a slowdown in terms of watch releases – but you would be dead wrong! Here are ten of the most interesting watch releases from the past week, including a few stragglers from Dubai Watch Week that were unveiled after our last Last Week in Watches roundup.

Panerai Radiomir Annual Calendar Green

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  • Panerai’s luxurious new high-complication Radiomir gets an on-trend green makeover.
  • A platinum case and alligator leather strap offer European charm to a typically sporty reference.
  • It’s exclusively available at the new Casa Panerai boutique in Paris.

Learn more about the Panerai Radiomir Annual Calendar here.

Bell & Ross BR-X5 Green Lum

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  • Bell & Ross’ latest limited edition full lume watch takes a different approach by making its case glow rather than its dial.
  • The BR-X5’s sandwich case has been imagined in an innovative composite luminous material, LM3D.
  • Limited to 500 pieces, it’s their most technical full-lume watch yet.

Learn more about the Bell & Ross’ BR-X5 Green Lum here.

Seiko Prospex Marinemaster 1965

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  • 59 years on, Seiko debuts three new pieces for the Marinemaster line for 2024, paying homage to not only Seiko’s first watch for divers but also the first dive watch to be made in Japan.
  • The main collection comprises of black and blue watches, while the remaining silver and white variation is offered as a limited edition run of 1,000 pieces.
  • Re-thinking their approach to dive watches, Seiko has used an ultra-thin movement and case design to come up with their thinnest dive watch to date.

Learn more about the Seiko Prospex Marinemaster 1965 here.

Hamilton Boulton Macaron

Hamilton Boulton Macaron

  • The new Hamilton Boulton Macaron collection puts a colourful spin on their 1940s classic.
  • The release rides on the popularity boost thanks to the new Indiana Jones film.
  • Its colours are inspired by the peppermint, vanilla, lemon and pistachio flavours of classic French macarons.

Learn more about the Hamilton Boulton Macaron here.

Ollech & Wajs OW 8001

OW 8001

  • Ollech & Wajs reintroduces an integrated bracelet timepiece inspired by the reference OW8000 from the 70s.
  • With a fully brushed appearance and a 300m depth rating, it’s the epitome of the modern sports watch.
  • The dial comes straight from the 70s, with a lacquered ‘Havana’ brown fumè dial, that matches the tone of the numerals on the fixed bezel.

Learn more about the Ollech & Wajs OW 8001 here.

Spinnaker Croft 3912 GMT Automatic Limited Edition

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  • Spinnaker releases four new models in collaboration with SHW, the leading destination for Korean-speaking watch enthusiasts.
  • With three very flamboyant colours (and a more conservative one) available, these GMTs offer great capabilities and personality at a modest price.
  • Housed in a 39x13mm case, they use the new, and already very popular NH34 Automatic GMT movement.

Learn more about the Spinnaker Croft 3912 GMT Automatic Limited Edition here.

Girard Perregaux Neo Bridges Aston Martin Edition

Girard Perregaux Aston Martin

  • Girard-Perregaux reimagines its signature Bridges collection with a new edition inspired by the brakes of the Aston Martin DB12.
  • The 45mmm titanium case features a black DLC treatment, which complements the British racing green details on the skeleton dial.
  • The Aston Martin signed micro-rotor is visible from the front and perfectly mirrors the barrel at the 1:30 position.

Learn more about the Girard-Perregaux Neo Bridges Aston Martin Edition here.

Nivada Grenchen Antarctic 35mm

Nivada Grenchen Antarctic 35mm

  • Nivada Grenchen presents a re-edition as faithful as possible of the watch that went to Antarctica in 1955-56.
  • While now it could be seen as a dress watch, when it was first born it was the quintessential explorer’s timepiece.
  • It’s available in glossy black, matte white, or matte eggshell, with all options featuring applied Art Deco indices and numerals.

Learn more about the Nivada Grenchen Antarctic 35mm here.

Code41 Anomaly 01 Collector Edition

Code41 Anomaly01 Collector Edition

  • Celebrating the 8th year anniversary of the first Anomaly, Code41 redesigns the model while maintaining its signature identity.
  • The partially skeletonized dial is developed on multiple levels and it features two transparent discs for the seconds and 24-hours indication.
  • Pre-orders are open now: it’s not a limited edition, but the order window is time-limited.

Learn more about the Code41 Anomaly 01 Collector Edition here.

Vulcain Heritage Monopusher 39mm

Vulcain Heritage Monopusher 39mm

  • Vulcain introduces a new mono-pusher chronograph inspired by the 1950s, in a compact 39mm case.
  • It’s available in black dial, salmon dial, or black reverse-panda dial configurations.
  • The first two dial configurations are limited to 50 pieces, while the third one is part of the regular collection.

Learn more about the Vulcain Heritage Monopusher 39mm here.