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This Week in Watches: February 3, 2015

A new diver, a one-button chronograph, a re-imagined Journe, a British invasion and more.



Trident Reborn
British boutique brand Christopher Ward took the bold step of redesigning its bestseller, the C60 Trident dive watch. With new models, automatic and quartz, and a limited-edition chronometer version, it’s sure to remain popular. christopherward.com

Tin Cloth Watches?
American heritage icon Filson has announced the release of a new line of rough-and-ready quartz watches. The brand’s expertise in tough clothing doesn’t extend to timepieces, so it turned to Bedrock Manufacturing sibling, Shinola, to build them. filson.com

One Pusher to Rule Them All
In 1915, Breitling patented the world’s first separate chronograph push-piece. If you think that’s not a big deal, consider that before that, chronographs were operated through a pusher in the crown. In honor of that pioneering watch, Breitling has released the Transocean Chronograph 1915, an elegant throwback ticker if ever we’ve seen one. breitling.com

New Lune
Iconoclastic independent watchmaker F.P. Journe has reinterpreted his well-known Octa collection with a more readable dial and larger date. It remains different from anything else out there. fpjourne.com

One of the new pieces that will be revealed at next month’s BaselWorld fair is the Metro Datum 38, a slightly larger, slightly cleaner (if that’s possible) version of NOMOS’s hit Metro. The watch loses the power reserve gauge from the dial but keeps the patented in-house swing system escapement. nomos-glashuette.com

The British Invasion
British pilot’s watch brand Bremont makes a landing in New York this spring with its first dedicated stateside boutique. bremont.com

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