Zenith released a number of new watches for 2017, but by far the most important is the new Defy El Primero, which can time events down to 1/100th of a second.
2017 is a big year for Nomos as they added numerous new beach-friendly options, known as Aqua, as well as an entire new collection within Club, named Campus, aimed at younger collectors.
For 2017, Seiko Astron has decided to pursue a more classical look with alpha hands, a big date complication, and even models with Roman numerals.
Omega had another great year at Baselworld, this time focusing on the Speedmaster and Seamaster Aqua Terra lines.
2017 marks yet another landmark year for Tudor as it produces its first chronograph movement as well as the first chronograph model of the Black Bay.
Baselworld 2017 will probably go down as one of the most exciting, important and divisive releases in Grand Seiko's history.
The Grand Seiko SBGV025 is a new boutique-only model with a beautiful blue dial and a super accurate 9F quartz movement.
The SBGJ021 is the most provocative Grand Seiko Hi-Beat yet, thanks to an exotic red dial and multicolored rotor.
The Grand Seiko SBGH051 is a stunning addition to the Hi-Beat lineup thanks to its blue dial and gold accents.
The Grand Seiko SBGH047 is another fine example of the Hi-Beat but with a new dial and gold accents.
The Timeless + Bremont U2/T is our first collaboration with Bremont and was inspired by the pilot's watches of World War 2.
The Portuguese Automatic is often considered one of the best watches IWC has ever made thanks to its beautifully austere styling and amazing movement.
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