TAG Heuer has named Joseph Schooling, Singapore’s first-ever Olympic gold medalist, as its newest Friend of the Brand. The swimmer will be fronting the TAG Heuer Aquaracer, which is the brand’s ultimate sports watch inspired by the aquatic world. The Aquaracer watches are dynamic, sporty and extremely versatile.
The brand’s involvement and commitment to the world of sports convinced Schooling that the brand shares the same philosophy as he does. There is also an emotional layer to his decision: The first Swiss watch that Schooling owned was a TAG Heuer timepiece, gifted to him from his parents.
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Like the watch he’s wearing, OMEGA ambassador Daniel Craig is clearly at home in the water. Set to play 007 for the fifth time, the talented actor looks every inch the gentleman, even when surfacing for air in a drenched tuxedo. The quintessentially-British Bond is a legendary character, so it’s only right that the actor who plays him gets to wear a legendary timepiece. Daniel Craig first wore an OMEGA on-screen in Casino Royale in 2006, but the actor was an avid watch fan long before he took on the iconic role. Though Bond is stoic, tough and even ruthless when required to be, Daniel Craig is anything but a grounded English gent with an approachable style and commitment to social causes.
OMEGA is proud to call Daniel Craig a friend and thrilled that he’s the face of the new Seamaster Diver 300M.
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TUDOR introduces an additional model as part of its Black Bay line, the Black Bay Fifty‑Eight, whose dimensions are similar to the brand’s first divers’ watches. This model is fitted with a new TUDOR manufacture movement with a medium-sized diameter.
The Black Bay Fifty-Eight is named after the year in which the first TUDOR divers’ watch, waterproof to 200 metres, the reference 7924, dubbed the “Big Crown”, was introduced. Among other aesthetic allusions to this famous historic watch, this model has a 39 mm diameter case, in keeping with the characteristic proportions of the 1950s. It is aptly proportioned to suit slim wrists, people who like more compact watches and, of course, vintage enthusiasts. It also comes in a new colour combination – a subtle variation on the aesthetics of the Black Bay line. Discover more about the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Fifty‑Eight collection.
For decades, DAVOSA Ternos Ceramic Automatic model series has been known for being the divers’ classic with its resilient all stainless steel case, Swiss automatic movement ETA 2824, the tried and tested high-tech ceramic bezel inlay and a scratch-proof sapphire crystal – bearing a pressure of up to 200 meters water column.
The new variant with rose colour partial PVD plating and a diameter of 40 millimeters are perfect for ladies’ as well as gents’ wrists.
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Made from salvaged Porsche 911’s, the 901 Collection is a mechanical timepiece with the dial cut directly from a salvaged, air-cooled Porsche 911 and coated with a grey, semi-transparent lacquer. This ensures no two watches are identical due to the scratches in the patina dial.
The caseback is inspired by the highly distinctive Otto Fuchs rims of the classic 911´s and even the rotor is decorated to resemble the drilled brake discs! The very shape of the 901 collection is strongly inspired by the soft corners and characteristic rear air grille of the iconic Porsche 911. The crown itself is designed to mirror the horn cap of the early 911 steering wheels. Every single watch is engraved with the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of the salvaged 911 from which it was made. Discover the REC 901 collection at All Watches today.
Pioneering Swiss watchmaker Rado is beefing up its vintage-inspired offerings. A new model is being added to the bold, nostalgia-infused HyperChrome 1616 line-up.
Boasting an unmistakable late-60s build, the HyperChrome 1616 cuts a striking and masculine figure on the wrist. Measuring an eye-catching 46 mm across, its boxy dial is visually impressive, reminiscent of the outsized aesthetic of the era. The hands and indexes are similarly heavyset, forming a striking contrast to the vivid blue of the dial. The matt black high-tech ceramic case fastens to the wrist with a thick leather strap, perfect for a stand out look that seamlessly connects the past and the present.
Discover the new Rado HyperChrome 1616 collection at All Watches today.