With so much going on in the watch world it’s easy to miss something. That’s why we’ve picked 5 of the best stories from last week for you.
Louis Vuitton Escale Worldtime Hands-On
The great guys over at Hodinkee caused a bit of controversy last week with their hands-on look at the new, hand-painted Louis Vuitton Escale Worldtime. A colorful world timer unlike any we’ve seen before, this is one piece that is sure to turn a few heads, and divide opinions!
Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Watch Hands-On
At Baselworld this year Omega unveiled its new, hotly anticipated vintage-inspired Seamaster 300. A great looking watch, Ariel Adams and his team over at ABlogToWatch got to work right away giving us a detailed hands-on look on this remake of an icon.
Grönefeld Parallax Tourbillon Hands-On
It wasn’t just the big boys making all the announcements this year at Baselworld, the smaller independents were also getting in on the act. Frank Geelen over at Monochrome had the low-down on the latest release from Dutch duo Grönefeld, a very cool looking watch called the Parallax Tourbillon.
Rolex GMT Master II in White Gold
For whatever reason all eyes seem to be on Rolex every year at Baselworld, with everyone hanging out to see what the lumbering giant will do next. My personal favorite for this year was the Rolex GMT Master II in White Gold, so I recommend reading this great write up on it by Jason over at Professional Watches.
Source: Professional Watches
Bremont Boeing Model 247 Chronograph Hands-On
Of course this list wouldn’t be complete without an entry from The Watch Lounge also. British watchmaker Bremont in collaboration with aerospace experts Boeing officially unveiled the Boeing Model 247 at Baselworld on Wednesday and we were fortunate enough to get our hands on this very stylish, and not to mention robust, new sportswatch. Definitely worth a look if you missed it last week.
Source: The Watch Lounge
I hope you enjoyed this weekly round-up and if you have any other suggestions for articles I might have missed please feel free to share them in the comments section below!
1 thought on “Painted Dials, Tourbillons, Baselworld – 5 Of The Best From Last Week”
I don´t know how Louis Vuitton, one of the most important brands in the luxury products segment may launch on the market a watch with such dial. It is very confusing not to mention without the expected elegance.