Courtesy: Roger Dubuis
Courtesy: Roger Dubuis
Watches & Wonders, one of the most exciting events for watch lovers, started in Shanghai, on September 9 and will continue until September 13 at West Bund Art Center.

It’s a by-invitation-only event that will allow guests to discover the exhibiting brands’ new releases of the year. Visitors can immerse themselves in fine watchmaking through workshops, talks, panels and live streams.
The exclusive event  has companies like HYT Watches, Cartier, Hermès, Panerai, Mont Blac, Parmigiani, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Arnold & Son, Roger Dubuis, Piaget, etc, participating in it.
While the offline event is held in China, one can participate virtually too, on the digital platform developed by Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie in partnership with Tmall’s Luxury Pavilion.

 

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The guests at the event will get to check out several newly launched watches of 2020, which were otherwise available only on digital platforms.
Here are some of the highlights from the fair
Panerai Submersible Goldtech™️ OroCarbo 44mm PAM1070, Submersible Azzurro 42MM PAM1209, Luminor Luna Rossa GMT 42mm, PAM1096 and the Luminor Marina 42mm PAM1393.
Courtesy: Panerai
Courtesy: Panerai
Vacheron Constantin’s new overseas self-winding model in pink gold, an elegant timepiece delivered with three interchangeable bracelet/straps (18K 5N pink gold, blue alligator, blue rubber) for optimal comfort. ⠀
Read: From Bvlgari to Ulysse Nardin, the five best watches at Geneva Watch Days, 2020

 

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Roger Dubuis’ Excalibur-Superbia’s, which is crafted in palladium-enriched white gold and set with exactly 600 precious white diamonds and blue sapphires.
Courtesy: Roger Dubuis
Courtesy: Roger Dubuis
A special edition watch by A. Lange & Söhne that pays homage to late Ferdinand Adolph Lange, the Saxon watchmaker, inventor, entrepreneur and politician. The tourbillon cage is suspended between two diamond end stones, as was the case in Ferdinand Adolph Lange’s historic pocket watches. The 684-part movement is decorated with a special finissage that enhances the three-dimensional effect of the pattern and gives the traditional technique a contemporary effect.

 

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Jaeger-LeCoultre’s brand new Master Control Memovox Timer is an inspiration from the first Memovox watches of the 1950s, but with a contemporary touch. This new timepiece incorporates an entirely new alarm-setting mechanism. Memovox watches had a closed case-back to which the gong was attached. The new timepiece case has a transparent sapphire back that allows the wearer to watch the hammer in action.
Courtesy: Jaeger-LeCoultre
Courtesy: Jaeger-LeCoultre
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