At Baselworld later this month, Christophe Claret will release a new men’s Maestroso timepiece (pictured above) with a traditional detent escapement. For reference most modern timepieces use a lever escapement. Christophe Claret will also launch their first ladies’ timepiece, called the Margo (movement pictured below).
This is the new Richard Lange Perpetual Calendar “Terraluna.” Terraluna means Earth moon, and signifies that this is no ordinary perpetual calendar. In addition to a regulator dial which separates all of the functions into independent displays, this timepiece also has a unique world’s first orbital moon phase display, not to mention an impressive 14-day power reserve. Furthermore, it has a constant force escapement with remontoir spring.
March 2, 2014 | IWC
As part of our new lifestyle series, each month we will feature a collaboration between a fine timepiece and a related lifestyle product. For February, we chose two products from Japan: a Grand Seiko 44GS Limited Edition wristwatch in steel and The Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky Aged 12-Years.
In addition to the Zeitwinkel Baselworld preview we already showed you, they have just released another teaser. The Zeitwinkel 188° is a basic dress watch which features hours, minutes, small seconds and date. It comes in a 39 mm stainless steel case that is fully polished and will be available in a rhodium, Galvanic blue, black or silver dial. Anti-reflective sapphire crystals front and back. It is powered by manufacture caliber ZW0102 which is self-winding, runs at 4Hz and has a power reserve of 72-hours. Comes on a hand-sewn alligator-pattern calf leather strap with a folding clasp.