Timepieces with a story to tell.
In the history of Soviet watch manufacturing, a special chapter is dedicated to dive watches. The designs of these Russian dive watches have thus evolved over the years to meet the rigours of the modern-day diver. The culmination of this evolution can be seen in the Stingray timepiece, with its most distinctive features being the crown guard and the oversized protective screw cap. The unconventional design is what makes the Stingray shine. Limited to 999 pieces.
The perfect timepiece for petrol heads, every P51-02 timepiece is made from an authentic 1960s Mustang wreck. The vehicle identification number and year of production of the specific car are shown on the plaque at 10 o’clock on the outer dial. A scanable Story Card (NFC and QR compatible) allows you to access a video-documentary that explains the exact story behind the specific Mustang used for each P-51.
After ten years of loyal service as an iconic model for the brand, the RM 011 was finally due for a makeover. The new RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph design of the variable geometry rotor used in the RM 11-03 was inspired by the aerodynamic appendages of Formula 1 racing cars. This rotor consists of a central flange in grade-5 titanium, brushed and PVD-treated, and two wings in microblasted and chamfered 18K white gold. Adjustable to six different positions, the rotor is mounted on ceramic ball bearings.
In close collaboration with the Russian retailer Rich Time of Moscow, MCT Watches presents the Sequential Two – S200 Eagle, a 10-piece limited edition featuring a two-headed eagle and the Russian flag. At the centre of the model, the double-headed eagle has a rotating movement accompanying each change of hour, while the Russian flag appears for a full hour only twice a day: at noon and midnight.
Limited to 500 pieces, the BR 03-92 boasts the calibre BR-CAL.318, a skeleton automatic mechanical movement housed in a 42mm satin-polished steel case with sapphire case-back. The dial features metal appliqué indices and metal skeleton Superluminova-filled hour and minute hands. Water resistant up to 100m. Black calfskin stitched strap with red piping and ultra-resistant black synthetic fabric.
Based on the reference 6087 from the 1950s – one of the brand’s rarest and most collectible chronographs – the Vacheron Constantin Historiques ‘Cornes de Vache 1955’ is a stunning hand-wound chronograph that combines tradition and absolute technical sophistication. Equipped with a column wheel shaped like a Maltese cross, the emblem of the manufacture, and a 48-hour power reserve, as well as a deep-blue direct-drive second hand, 30-minute counter and tachymetric scale, enhancing the optimal legibility of its complex yet airy display.