Hublot Black Caviar Bang : The new type of jewel
The case, crown dial, and clasp of Hublot’s Black Caviar Bang are encrusted in baguette-cut black diamonds. The watch, which has no numbers on the face, has 544 diamonds, a total of 34.5 carats. It is 18 carat white gold and has an adjustable leather strap. In 2009, it won the Grand Prix de Genève Jewellery Watch prize.
TAG Heuer F1 Chronograph
Inspired by high-performance Formula 1 automotive technology, the TAG Heuer Formula 1 is the definitive casual watch – bold case, balanced colors and design, yet unpretentious, functional and super tough, with all the specific characteristics of a professional TAG Heuer sports watch
TAG Heuer Carrera MP4-12C for McLaren Cars
The dial has a carbon-fibre style pattern with a large central window, which allows you to see the Chronograph and date functions at work. The layout is dominated by a large Orange zero at the 12 o’clock position in a nod to the speedometer design of the road car- and as McLaren fans will tell you, Orange is McLaren’s traditional colour.
These Orange highlights also appear on the bezel, hands and strap, which is a very cool perforated alcantara. I’ve been critical of some of the TH straps for being too conservative in the past, but this one perfectly fits the high-tech feel of the watch.
Black Sand Uniformity
A striking emblem of a watchmaking trend firmly geared towards authenticity, Uniformity takes up the challenge of marrying sophisticated aesthetic references with a superb expression of the noblest watchmaking arts. Its easily identifiable design is asserted through the distinctive structure of a strongly curved case housing a finely crafted movement. This COSC- and Chronofiable-certified automatic movement beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour and has a five-day power reserve. The hands and hour-markers light up the dark background of a shimmering opaline blue dial, ensuring maximum readability and aesthetic magic. With this model, Blacksand is preparing the way for a new watchmaking style that is “conjugated” in both modern present and classic future tenses.