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This Week in Watches: January 14, 2015

A timepiece crafted from meteorite, Bell & Ross’s WWII-inspired Vintage BR, Victorinox Swiss Army reimagines its Maverick and more.



JLC Looks to the Stars
The new Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar has day, date, month and moonphase complications — but its most impressive feature is a dial made from meteorite stone. jaeger-lecoultre.com

High Flyer
Bell & Ross has created a set of its Vintage BR 126 chronographs featuring the insignias of the Allied Air Forces from World War II. We’re partial to the star-and-bars version. bellross.com

Baring All
The Tissot Chemin Des Tourelles Squelette leaves little to the imagination. tissot.ch

Stylish Spies
British brand Bremont has created three special watches for the new movie Kingsman: The Secret Service, to be sold as part of an entire wardrobe through online men’s retailer Mr. Porter. bremont.com

Throwback Tsovet
The Tsovet SVT-CV43 is a departure from the brand’s usual aircraft instrument-inspired watches, with a pocketwatch-like case and faux wire lugs. tsovet.com

Not All Those who Wander Are Lost
The Arnold & Son Golden Wheel pays tribute to the historic wandering hours complication from table clocks of yore. arnoldandson.com

A Maverick Reimagined
Victorinox Swiss Army has redesigned its bestselling Maverick Chronograph with a rainbow of new colors, including a two-tone gold-and-steel version for high rollers. swissarmy.com
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