Unfortunately, we can't possibly cover every single new watch that comes across our desks in as deep a fashion as we'd like. However, here's our roundup of some of the coolest new watches released over the last couple weeks that we didn't get to just yet. You won't want to miss these — check 'em out!
Inspired by motorsport, the Swiss indy brand Reservoir specializes in watches combining the uncommon complications of retrograde displays and jumping hours. Their latest watch has a skeletonized, technical look in an all-black package.
Montblanc updated its 1858 collection with this new version of its chronograph in blue and also released a more accessibly priced three-hand automatic version.
Following a collection featuring the Ralph Lauren released a new range of automatic dive-style in several colors with with the brand's well-known logo emblazoned across the dial. Available online September 22, 2020.
High-end indy brand Urwerk has a distinctly unique and avant-garde take on watchmaking — their latest release features their signature look and complications in a sleeker and more ergonomic case than ever before.
Rado's signature, high-tech ceramic is the case material for this year's new True Square collection. The Automatic versions come in blue, green and black variants.
Audemars Piguet most offbeat, experimental collection of its famous Royal Oak is the Concept. This newest version combines GMT and flying tourbillon features.
The Ferdinand Berthoud Chronomètre FB 2RE might look simple and classic from the front, but its case back reveals some of the an incredibly fine and impressive movement.
To celebrate 40 years since the brand's founding in 1980, Hublot has reimagined its Classic Fusion in three striking colors and materials, all with stark dials and no indices.