Elevate your bronze game to first place with these top-notch timepieces.
Inspired by the world’s most powerful rocket system, the Energia is the latest from Vostok Europe. With a 49mm face, and at 17mm deep, the Energia comes with a newly designed dry box case that will hold perfectly the watch, its two straps and tools, or it can be converted into a four-piece collector’s carrying case. Other features include 30 ATM water resistance, an automatic helium release valve and automatic NH35 movement from Seiko.
Bringing together fundamental elements of Bulgari fine watch-making, the Octo Roma has a softened bezel which sits atop a rounded octagonal case, boasting a refined 58 facets. As well as the black and silver steel options, the sumptuous burgundy brown sunray-brushed dial is paired with a dark-brown leather strap.
The Open Space series pays tribute to the watch that Captain Pavel Ivanovic Belyayev wore for space exploration on March 18, 1965. Belyayev and co-pilot Alexey Arkhipovich Leonov opened a new chapter of space-exploration history when their craft, Voskhod-2, had an on-board navigation system failure and Belyayev became the first person to manually navigate a spaceship. The watch features a titanium case, domed crystal and light-brown leather.