Edox’s latest SkyDiver Neptunian (pictured above) professional dive watch features a 44 mm x 15.6 mm stainless steel case with a blue gradient dial protected by a 3 mm thick sapphire crystal that’s surrounded by a bezel with a black ceramic insert. The watch is powered by an automatic Sellita SW200 movement. There’s a helium escape valve, screw-down caseback, and the crown screws-down to the case and is protected by crown guards. Water-resistance is 1,000 meters. Retail is $1,499.
Maurice Lacroix has unveiled two new versions of the company’s Triple Rétrograde Masterpiece. Presented in 43 mm diameter stainless steel cases, the Triple Rétrograde dial shows hours and minutes in the center, the day of week at 3, the date at 6, and a second time zone at 12 o’clock. Running seconds are displayed at 6. The time is set by the crown, and pushers in the caseback control the calendar functions. There are two dial variations, one shown is a silvered “Clous de Paris” guilloché dial, bead-blasted surface, black transfers, and blued hands. The other is an anthracite dial with snailed “Côtes de Genève” finishes, powdered silver transfers, and 4N gold hands. The movement is an automatic Sellita SW200 with a module developed and assembled in Maurice Lacroix’s workshops. Retail is $5,500.
A new limited edition of the Tuna diver’s watch, the Seiko x Neighborhood Prospex SBDY077 has been created in collaboration with the Japanese retailer Neighborhood. Measuring 43.2 mm x 44 mm x 12.6 mm, the stainless case features the model’s signature shroud around the perimeter, along with a rotating dive bezel, and a highly legible dial. “NEIGHBORHOOD” is stamped in red on the dial at 6. The watch has an automatic Seiko caliber 4R35 movement and is water-resistant to 200 meters. The 1,000 pieces limited edition will be for sale for approximately $660 starting January 15th at the Japanese retailer Neighborhood.
This month, Zenith introduced another Chronomaster Revival model. The 2021 Chronomaster Revival A385 features a smoked brown gradient dial that darkens towards the perimeter of the dial. An El Primero 400 chronograph movement that beats at 5Hz powers the functions and is good for 50-hours when fully wound. The case is 37 mm and harkens back to past models. It’s available with a brown leather strap for $7,900 or a steel ladder bracelet for $8,400.