A mechanical watch designed specifically for ladies describes Omega’s latest 34mm offering. The Ladymatic comes in 18K yellow or red gold and stainless steel case with a choice of polished or snow-set diamond- paved bezel. Powering this refined timepiece is the Co-Axial calibre 8520/8521 ticking under a supernova-pattern imprinted dial.
If you could wear your heart on your wrist as opposed to wearing it on your sleeve, then this Louis Vuitton timepiece would be the perfect symbol. With a 500- piece limited edition featuring diamonds set in a heart on red lacquered dials, you would have to act quick to grab one in either 28mm or 34mm.
Zenith’s El Primero calibre is legendary for being the world’s first automatic chronograph to beat at a rate of 10 vibrations per second. With the El Primero Striking 10th, it creates another
first making each 1/10th second jump of the central chronograph perfectly readable. That and taking 9 months of labour to produce surely elevates the timepiece into a class of its own.
Watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre scooped a double Watch of the Year award at Austria’s foremost watch fair Viennatime 2010. Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication won the First Prize by Jury voting for Horological Excellence while Master Memovox was the Public Prize winner in the Classic Elegance category.