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!
Frederique Constant teamed up with the watch enthusiast group RedBar to create special edition versions of its new Highlife watches. A perpetual calendar model and a time-only automatic model are available, each of which features special touches and highlights and is limited to 10 and 100 examples, respectively.
Just about all Xeric watches feature an unconventional design and an alternative way of displaying the time. Though the "regulator" is a traditional watch style, the brand puts its own funky spin on it, and is launching it via a Kickstarter campaign that's already funded.
Price: $289 (Kickstarter Early Bird pricing)
Though Angelus watches are typically sized for a bold and sporty presence, the new U41 watches are downsized and slimmer at just 10mm thick. Skeletonized with a tourbillon at 6 o'clock, the first models offer colorful options of orange or blue on matching rubber straps.
Though typically associated with a dressy minimalist design style, the Fisk is Danish brand Skagen's dive-style watch (100m water-resistant). Powered by a quartz movement and affordable as always, the latest, limited-edition model has a lightweight titanium case.
The latest version of high-end watchmaker Jaquet Droz's stunning Grande Seconde Moon offers an anthracite dial and a stainless steel case. An outsized display occupying the bottom half of the dial also gives the date and phase of the moon, while the main time is shown on a smaller display above.