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Four Mechanical Watches To Go Diving With

Girard-Perregaux's Sea Hawk

They may not be as smart as their digital counterparts, but diving watches continue to grow in popularity. High-end brands released some unique pieces this year, some revisiting their most popular designs, while others released their very first diver. We take a look at few highlights. Girard-Perregaux updated its very popular Sea Hawk collection with a nautically themed model boasting cobalt blue and coral orange. This time, it features the new in-house GP03300-0074 self-winding mechanical movement. This watch measures 44mm in diameter, and is one of the thickest watches, at 17.1mm. But what makes this diver stand out is the READ MORE

Best Blue Dials of 2013

Best Blue Dials of 2013

Watchmaking is entering a blue period, with dials in all shades of this vibrant color, and not just for sports watches. Blue dials have traditionally been used for the dials of diver’s watches because it is widely believed to be the most highly visible color underwater. The Omega Seamaster Good Planet combines it with orange markers, another highly visible color underwater. But blue is also showing up on dress watches, such as the Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde, an interesting change from the classic colors of white and cream. It is also being used on decorative limited editions, like the Rendezvous READ MORE

Luxury Watch Trends 2016 - Baselworld SIHH Watch News

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