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The Meteorite Moon Watch and the other Omegas!


The Omega Skeleton Tourbillon Co-Axial Platinum Limited Edition – quite a mouthful. Limited to an edition of 18 pieces


The Omega Constellation Double Eagle 4-Counters


The Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M



The Omega Speedmaster Professional Apollo-Soyuz 35th Anniversary watch

There where few new additions from Omega that were presented at Baselworld 2010, most notably was another commemorative wristwatch that celebrates the 35th anniversary of the first international space flight in 1976 when two spacecraft built by different nations docked together.

Astronaut Lietenant General Thomas P. Stafford (USA) and cosmonaut Lieutenant General Alexei A. Leonov (USSR) met in the docking hatch that linked their respective spacecraft. They both shook their Omega wearing hands (no joke – Omega has a very hard working marketing department) and 35 years later, it spawned a commemorative edition that includes a dial created from a sign piece cut from the meteorite which entered the Earth’s atmosphere.

Since no two piece of the meteorite dial are alike, each dial remains unique. Conveniently, they had enough meteorite available to make exactly 1,975 pieces.

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Focus on the Rhino





Global Ink

While most brands stayed safe this year, Marc Ecko decided to dip into tattoo culture by developing several japanese tattoo inspired watches including the Global Ink model. With the rest of the collection, the brand pushed up its identity by focusing on the rhino.

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Marc Ecko

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Tissot: Baselworld 2010

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Tissot PRS 516 Chrono Auto Valjoux

This year Tissot focused on two re-issues, some new variations of pre-existing models such as the Sailing Touch which is their touch screen version for martime enthusiasts, the release of PRS 516, a classic tissot case with an automatic movement and five smaller (3mm smaller) quartz variations and of course, the Visodate.

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The Original PRS 516

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Visodate Automatic 1957 – Reissue


Tissot Veloci-T (Gents and Ladies) Automatic


Tissot Lovely – 37 Top Wesselton Diamonds, Quartz movement

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Lady Heart – Diamond Studded, Automatic, 3 ATM

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Sailing Touch – A new additional to Tissot touch screen collection. The ST version has a maritime theme with meteorological forecasting ability, a tide-calculator and a regatta countdown in addition to the regular T-touch functions

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July 15, 2010

Tissot’s new global campaign



Tissot’s new global campaign supposedly captures real moments in the lives of ambassadors, Danica Patrick, IndyCar® and Nascar® driver, Deepika Padukone, actress, Barbie Xu, actress and model, Michael Owen, European Footballer of the year 2002, Nicky Hayden, 2006 MotoGP world Champion, Zhong Man 2008 Olympic sabre Champion and Huang Xiaoming, actor. The intention of the campaign was to show glamour shots of their celebrity spokespeople in real situations to show that Tissot was authentic luxury.



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July 8, 2010

The MB&F Thunderbolt




MB&F continues to get creative with the revelation of their new aviation inspired complex mechanical wristwatch called the Thunderbolt. Founder Maximilian Busser explains how personal this design was for him:


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July 2, 2010

Let’s play a game


The L.E.D Eruidi L69-085OE-GSL


The Nooka Zot

Let’s play a game: One of these watches is a blatant rip off of the other, One of these watches just isn’t original, Can you guess which one is a copy of the other by the time I finish my song?

Answer: It’s the L.E.D L69-85OE-GSL that looks uncomfortably close to the Nooka Zot. I spotted this at Basel 2010.

L.E.D is designed by a automobile designer named Mr. Adolf Indermaur.

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