Here are the highlights from another busy week in the watchmaking industry.
Richard Mille released the RM 011 White Demon.
The new RM 011 White Demon features a white ceramic case with red gold elements at the caseband, crown and chrono pushers. This automatic flyback chronograph is skeletonized with adjustable rotor geometry, while the exterior is finished with a white rubber strap with a red gold and titanium clasp. The watch is limited to 30 pieces worldwide, and pricing starts at $170,000. For more, please visit Richard Mille.
IWC unveiled two new additions to its Ingenieur watch line.
Both celebrate the brand’s relationship with Mercedes AMG Petronas. The Ingenieur Automatic Carbon Performance Ceramic features a case inspired by the materials used in Formula One motor racing, while the stainless-steel case of Ingenieur Dual Time offers a more classical route. For more, please visit IWC.
Breitling released the SuperOcean Steelfish
The Steelfish combines the performances of the Superocean with a resolutely sporty and technical look. It features a ratcheted rotating bezel with black rubber-inlaid numerals and markers, as well as oversized day/date double window, and comes equipped with a chronometer-certified selfwinding chronograph movement. For more, please visit Breitling.
Boutique watch brand Grieb & Benzinger released the Blue Merit.
The Blue Merit is stunning timepiece which houses the much sought after Caliber 902.0, made by A. Lange & Söhne, for its Pour le Mérite Tourbillon watch. The watch is a one-off, and has been priced at $530,000. For more, please visit Grieb & Benzinger.