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3 Watches Launched at Geneva Watch Days That We Can’t Get Enough Of September 06, 2022 (0 comments)

Geneva Watch Days

Geneva, Switzerland--Geneva Watch Days is a highly anticipated event in the luxury watch world, and this year's event, which took place August 29 to September 1, did not disappoint. Several top brands debuted new watches, featuring new designs that are set to take the watch industry by storm.

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Here are the three designs that debuted at the event that we can't get enough of.

Doxa's Army

[Image source: Doxa Watches]

If you're in the market for a unique-looking dive watch to add to your collection, then Doxa's Army should be on your shortlist. The brand has just re-released this classic model, and it's now available in a new finish. The Army was originally designed for military divers in 1968, and its design and orange hands make it instantly distinguishable. It's now being offered in stainless steel with a black bezel and bronze along with a refreshing hunter-green finish. 

MB&F’s Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO

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MB&F’s Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO is one of the brand’s most impressive timepieces to date. The suspended balance wheel at the center of the dial, as described in a report, is a work of horological sorcery and is sure to impress anyone who sees it. The icy colorway is perfect for winter, and the black-dial Beverly Hills limited edition is sure to be a hit among collectors. 

Ulysse Nardin’s Blast Rainbow

[Image via Ulysse Nardin]

The new Blast Rainbow watch is sure to turn heads with its 50 sapphires and rubies on the bezel. But don't let that flashy exterior fool you – this is a serious timepiece with a mostly skeletonized dial that showcases the intricate machinery underneath. Whether you're looking for a show-stopping statement piece or a high-quality timepiece, the Blast Rainbow is sure to please.

Learn more about these new launches and more in this report.

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