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!
Just as many historical pilot watches were quite large, Alpina's newest has a 44mm case and a throwback design. An uncommon feature is a hinged "hunter" caseback that opens to display its automatic movement.
Part of a series alongside chronograph versions and a simple three-hand automatic are a couple of GMT watches that are particularly attractive. With a style and functionality similar to the Breitling Navitimer, each of the watches features a rotating bezel with a slide rule bezel that can be use for a range of calculations.
With an incredibly slim, 6mm rose gold case, Piaget's ultimate dress watch comes as a limited edition with a sunburst blue dial. 38mm wide, it's powered by the brand's own manually wound, in-house movement.
Danish watch brand Skagen introduced a new range of affordable, limited-edition watches in striking colors. Powered by quartz movements and featuring silicone straps, the brand says no two watches will be exactly the same.
Audemars Piguet introduced set of of its CODE 11.59 watches each with artistic enamel dials, the first of which features an unusual bubble-like motif. More notable, however, are the technical guts of the watch: they're incredibly complicated, with three different types of chiming mechanisms.