New releases from Zodiac, Horage, Hamilton and more

New releases from Zodiac, Horage, Hamilton and more

Pietro Pilla

In this week’s selection, you’ll find collaborations with a famous collector group, professional watches to celebrate special rescue teams, new colourways for iconic models, and redesigned existing ones. For those of you more focused on the technical side, we included a couple of impressive chronographs and some delightful-sounding repeaters. As you can see, there is something for everyone, so enjoy your reading and let us know what you think!

Zodiac x RedBar Super Sea Wolf Pro-Diver

Zodiac RedbarLE

  • Zodiac and global community RedBar join forces to release a diver inspired by the Zodiac Point Series from the 1990s.
  • The red dot between 4 and 5 o’clock means that the watches were able to withstand the tough business of diving.
  • Measuring 42mm wide and with an ISO-certified depth rating of 300 metres, this limited edition is a perfect companion for night diving also because of the fully lumed dial.

Learn more about the Zodiac x RedBar Super Sea Wolf Pro-Diver here.

Horage Lensman 1.2

Horage Lensman

  • With dial and design inspired by photography, Horage releases an updated version of the Lensman with a new dial and movement.
  • Compared to the previous iteration of this model, the cyclops on top of the tourbillon is accentuated thanks to multiple layers of convex and concave glass lenses.
  • The white woven rubber strap serves as a nice contrast to the dark grey tone of the grade 5 titanium case.

Learn more about the Horage Lensman 1.2 here.

Hamilton Khaki Pilot Air Glaciers 42mm

hamilton khaki pilot air glacier strap

  • Celebrating the brand’s connection with rescue aviation, Hamilton has released the special-edition Khaki Pilot Air Glaciers 42mm in connection with the Swiss Air-Glaciers helicopter rescue team.
  • Built with direct input from the pilots, Hamilton has used a plethora of specialised materials to achieve the specifications necessary for spending long days on high-altitude rescues.
  • The 42mm titanium pilot’s watch features an ETA-based movement with an 80-hour power reserve and a Nivachron balance spring for improved accuracy in demanding conditions.

Learn more about the Hamilton Khaki Pilot Air Glaciers here.

H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Centre Seconds Purple Haze

HMoser Streamliner Centre Seconds Purple Haze

  • Moser adds a new funky colourway to the Streamliner Centre Seconds, without changing the proven case and bracelet design.
  • As the previous Matrix Green fumé dial (which returns together with the Purple Haze), we have a secret signature at 12 o’clock.
  • The HMC 201 automatic calibre replaces the HMC 200, adding a darker finish to the bridges and a more skeletonised rotor.

Learn more about the H. Moser Streamliner Centre Seconds Purple Haze here.

Zenith x WoS Chronomaster Sport

Zenith x WOS Chronomaster Sport

  • British retailer Watches of Switzerland (WoS) continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary, this time together with Zenith.
  • The Chronomaster Sport served as a base for this celebration piece, where a blue ceramic bezel was added to the white dial model.
  • Other than the blue bezel and the blue tip of the central chronograph seconds, the rest of the watch features a monochromatic look.

Learn more about the Zenith x WoS Chronomaster Sport here.

ArtyA Minute Repeaters

Artya Minute Repeater

  • ArtyA releases three unique minute repeaters in two completely different styles.
  • In the ArtyA Chorus Minute Repeater, you can see the inspiration of the three-gong minute repeater, regulator, and double-axis tourbillon, but in a modernised and reduced case.
  • The ArtyA Skeleton Minute Repeater on the other hand maintains a more traditional shape but is equally impressive.

Learn more about the Artya Minute Repeaters here.

Rado Blue High Tech Ceramic Captain Cook & True Square

Rado CaptainCook Blue

  • Rado releases two electric blue variations of two collection mainstays, both with a full ceramic case in tone with the dial.
  • The Captain Cook comes on a colour-matched blue strap with a matte ceramic clasp matching the case.
  • The True Square features a polished finish on the case and clasp, with an integrated rubber strap continuing the shape of the case.

Learn more about the Rado Blue High Tech Ceramic Captain Cook & True Square here.

Roger Dubuis Chronograph Collection

Roger Dubois

  • Roger Dubuis debuted two impressively looking chronographs during a private event at their Sydney boutique.
  • The watches weren’t the only stars of the show, with renowned mixologist Tom Bulmer and the Keel helping to bring the evening to life.
  • The Excalibur Spider Revuelto Flyback Chronograph and the Excalibur Spider Flyback Chronograph continue to integrate traditional craftsmanship with contemporary innovation in typical RD style.

Learn more about the Roger Dubuis Chronograph Collection here.

Depancel Serie R Tangerine Chronograph

Depancel R Chrono Tangerine

  • Depancel introduces its first automatic chronograph movement in the R series, powered by the Peacock SL-4801.
  • Available in just 300 pieces, it takes inspiration from an iconic blue and orange colourway.
  • The blue dial is matched by the blue strap with orange stitching that also matches the orange details on the dial.

Learn more about the Depancel Serie R Tangerine Chronograph here.

Ocean To Orbit Lhotse

ocean to orbit lhotse wem limited edition 1

  • Ocean to Orbit decides to put the Lhotse to the test by sending one straight to the Himalayas at over 8500 metres.
  • Available in five different colourways, all of them feature a vertically brushed dial except for the limited edition made together with local community Watch Enthusiasts Melbourne.
  • At 38.5mm wide, 11.5mm thick and a lug-to-lug of 47mm, the proportions help make this a perfect GADA watch.

Learn more about the Ocean To Orbit Lhotse here.