With 2022 fast approaching, please join us for a trip past some of our favorite 2021 releases!
One of the first new watches of 2021 would also prove to be one of the best: the completely revamped Omega Speedmaster Professional! Details such as the stepped dial and the 'Dot Over Ninety' tachymeter are nods, whilst the new caliber 3861 puts the new Moonwatch firmly in the present. Read more!
The Zenith Chronomaster Sport has a silhouette that is timeless yet modern, and the tri-color sub dials are unmistakably Zenith. Inside ticks the El Primero 3600, which has a central seconds hand that rotates once every 10 seconds - which explains the unusual scale on the ceramic bezel. Click for details.
The Legend Diver is a watch that's been in the Longines collection for nearly fifteen years - yet it still feels fresh. This year Longines introduced new versions with blue and brown degradé dials, for a subtle twist on one of its icons. Nice!
Classy vintage looks with up-to-date specifications, that's what Breitling brings to the table with the elegant Premier Heritage collection. Whilst we love the cool split seconds complication of the B15 Duograph, or favorite is the stainless steel B09 Chronograph for its compact 40mm case and funky pistachio dial.
Remember the one-off Black Bay for the 2019 Only Watch Auction? Well, this year TUDOR released a production version. It's the first TUDOR to be METAS-certified, and the results can be accessed through the TUDOR Watch ID app. Very cool.
The Breitling Super Chronomat is a bigger and badder take on the Chronomat, in a larger case and with a ceramic bezel. It's a wonderful beast - especially with the UTC module and Rouleaux bracelet!
The Longines Sector Dial debuted in 2019. This year Longines added a black dial option, for a more austere and instrumental look. Its a looker for sure, especially on the seven-link beads-of-rice bracelet. Our introduction post has all the details.
Of course this list wouldn't be complete without our latest limited edition, the NOMOS Club 36 Blue. The closed case back is sold out, but we still have a couple left with the see-through back. Get it while you still can!
The TUDOR Pelagos FXD is the hotly anticipated result of the brand's collaboration with the Marine Nationale, the maritime arm of the French armed forces. This robust diver has a 42mm titanium case with fixed bars, which explain the FXD part of the name. Read all about it.
We're finishing off this list with a look ahead at 2022, with Omega's Seamaster Aqua Terra for the 2022 Beijing Olympics. The ceramic dial has a novel frosted finish reminiscent of the snowy slopes and icy tracks on which the Olympics are held. Very cool (ha, ha)
We hope you enjoyed this little list of some of our favorite watch releases of 2021. Please get in touch if you need our help in securing one of these -or other- watches!