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From rugged to refined, we take a look at the season’s best sporty timepieces


The Seamaster Bullhead, so named for its instantly recognisable configuration – with the crown at 12 o’clock and the pushers on either side of it – is one of Omega’s most iconic watches. The striking design for the new model was inspired by the 1969 vintage timepiece, but the novelty houses an automatic co-axial calibre 3113. Other features include a crown at six o’clock that controls the inner rotating bezel, marked by a 24-hour scale, HK$74,900

Officine Panerai reaches new levels of sophistication with the Radiomir 1940 Chronograph Platino. Behind the plexiglas crystal, the dial features a new and original design showcasing the chronographs and tachymeter scale in a subtle and refined way. The watch houses the Panerai OP XXV calibre, a movement that showcases beautiful craftsmanship and attention to detail, HK$585,000

The simple beauty of the new Heritage Black Bay evokes the purity and mystery of the ocean. The diver’s watch, which is waterproof to 200m, features the brand’s calibre 2824 selfwinding mechanical movement, housed within a steel case set off with a midnight blue bezel. The silver, luminescent hands are designed to mimic the “Snowflakes” design seen from 1969 to the early 1980s, as a nod to the brand’s history of producing marine watches. Price on request

The Bentley GMT Light Body B04 is all about high performance and easy handling – much like its namesake. In addition to its aesthetic appeal – the knurled bezel inspired by Bentley grilles, not to mention the open-worked circular pattern on the dial – the watch also features some impressive features. It has a user-friendly dual time zone system, adjusted by moving the crown forwards or backwards, along with the names of 24 cities printed on the bezel for easy referral, HK$112,540

Golfing just got a little more fun. The RM 38- 01 Bubba Watson, named after the American golfer, includes a brand-new G-sensor. The patented function, with the indicator placed under 12 o’clock, allows the wearer to measure the G-force generated by their swing. The mechanism is integrated into the heart of the tourbillon movement, housed within a ceramic case reinforced for strength and coloured a vibrant fairway green, HK$6.16 million




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