New releases from Seiko, Omega, Studio Underd0g and more New releases from Seiko, Omega, Studio Underd0g and more

New releases from Seiko, Omega, Studio Underd0g and more

Pietro Pilla

This week’s selection sees the surprising appearance of Hublot with a sapphire pocket watch in collaboration with noted artist Daniel Arsham, with whom they made a snow sundial watch some time ago. We followed with a big announcement from Omega, which signed Barry Keoghan as its latest ambassador and presented two new models. The microbrands are also very present with attractive new offers, as well as some decent releases from big box brands like Seiko and Breitling.

Discover them all below and enjoy reading!

Studio Underd0g x Perpétuel Series 02 Field Limited Edition

Studio Underdog Perpetuel Serie02

  • British brand Studio Underd0g and Dubai-based gallery Perpétuel collaborate for the second time with four new models.
  • While the first collaboration was based on the Series 01 chronograph, this uses the Series 02 field watch as a base.
  • Limited to 50 pieces each, the four models feature the same original colourways, just with Eastern Arabic numerals.

Learn more about the Studio Underd0g x Perpétuel Series 02 Field Limited Edition here.

Breitling Chronomat B01 42 Triumph Editions

Breitling Triumph Chronomat Limited Editions

  • Breitling’s third collaboration with Triumph Motorcycles yields two co-branded Chronomat watches in titanium and red gold.
  • Pictured on the left, the B01 42 Triumph features an anthracite/black panda dial and is not a limited edition.
  • Pictured on the right, the B01 42 Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR features a carbon fibre panda dial and is a limited edition available only to those who purchase one of the 270 Speed Triple 1200 RR Triumph x Breitling Limited Edition motorcycles.

Learn more about the Breitling Chronomat B01 42 Triumph Editions here.

Hublot x Daniel Arsham Droplet Pocket Watch

hublot arsham droplet desk mode

  • After carving a sundial into a snowy Zermatt bank in 2023, Hublot and Daniel Arsham have finally collaborated on their first timepiece in 2024.
  • The organic shape of the Arsham Droplet is crafted in sapphire, titanium, and rubber, powered by the 10-day Meca-10 movement, and limited to 99 pieces.
  • It can be worn or displayed in three different ways, including as a table clock with a magnifying glass.

Learn more about the Hublot x Daniel Arsham Droplet Pocket Watch here.

Anoma A1

anoma a1 wristshot

  • A new microbrand, Anoma, makes its debut with the asymmetrical A1.
  • Inspired by a piece of mid-century furniture, it’s manufactured to be pebble-like, powered by a small, automatic Sellita movement.
  • It’s open to pre-orders now with the first 100 being individually numbered.

Learn more about the Anoma A1 here.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Bi-Colour

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Bi Colour Both colours copy

  • The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Bi-Colour introduces a touch of glamour to the iconic sports watch.
  • It’s been launched with the help of Omega’s latest ambassador, Barry Keoghan.
  • The two references showcase Omega’s Moonshine Gold and Sedna Gold alongside steel, exploring the characters of their differing tones.

Learn more about the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Bi-Colour here.

King Seiko KS1969

Beautiful designed swimming pool with transparent blue water and

  • Following the success of the King Seiko collection’s second design series, Seiko introduces a new design inspired by a vintage model from 1969.
  • The case shape is based on the King Seiko 45KCM from 1969, but updated with more modern finishing.
  • There’s also the introduction of a new multi-row bracelet with mirror-polishing and brushed finishing.

Learn more about the King Seiko KS1969 here.

BA111OD Chptr_Δ.5 [Label Noir]

BA110D Chapter 5 Label Noir

  • BA111OD paints the futuristic-looking Chptr_Δ.5 black in collaboration with Label Noir.
  • The blacked-out case features a 44mm glossy black PVD treatment with a transparent case back.
  • The multi-level dial has green details and this edition is limited to 111 pieces.

Learn more about the BA111OD Chptr_Δ.5 [Label Noir] here.

Singer 1969 Chronograph & Timer

Singer Chronographe 1969 Bronze

  • Singer expands its 1969 collection with the introduction of two colourways both as chronographs and timer models.
  • For both complications, you can choose between matt green dials with bronze cases or silver dials with stainless steel cases.
  • All models share the 40mm case diameter and the transparent case back form, making it possible to admire the movement complexity.

Learn more about the Singer 1969 Chronograph & Timer here.

ArtyA Aqua Carbon Divers

Red Carbon Post

  • ArtyA presents an exclusive series of 99 unique pieces as a limited edition of COSC-certified dive watches.
  • The new 43mm case is carved from a high-tech composite that combines carbon fragments and a coloured resin matrix.
  • It’s water resistant to 300m and has an asymmetrical bezel inspired by the power and grace of an ocean wave.

Learn more about the ArtyA Aqua Carbon Divers here.

Seiko Astron GPS Solar Limited Editions

night sky background with stars and comet

  • Seiko expands the Astron GPS Solar collection with two limited editions inspired by the starry sky.
  • On both models, the transparent light-blue dial evokes the infinite radiance of the starry sky and changes appearance depending on the angle of view.
  • Both models share a 41.2mm case diameter and they’re made in titanium with super-hard coating.

Learn more about the Seiko Astron GPS Solar Limited Editions here.

Venezianico Bucintoro 1969

Venezianico Bucintoro 1969 Case

  • The Venetian microbrand updates its chronograph model with the introduction of Lemania 1873 NOS movements.
  • To celebrate the moon landing in 1969, the texture of the counters and the minute ring recall the lunar surface.
  • The limited supply of NOS movements made it possible to produce only 69 models, which nonetheless correspond to the year celebrated.

Learn more about the Venezianico Bucintoro 1969 here.