There is nothing really innovative about this watch aside from the new convoluted way it talks about having a power reserve indicator on the dial. High-end brand Antoine Preziuso makes some interesting stuff, but I can never pronounce the "Preziuso" part of it without sounding like I have something between a speech impediment and a learning disability. It comes out sounding like my tongue spontaneously went numb while trying to speak - another "sorry I am American" moment I guess. This new "Power Inside Unlimited" model is neat looking, but is much more for show than it is for great mechanical appreciation.
Even though the classic Museum Dial watches aren't my style, I would happily wear a Bold. I really love many of the designs and the (yes, I will say it) bold color schemes. There are two sizes for the Bold available at this time. They are 42mm wide and 36mm wide. The pieces wear large due to the expansive dial. I like how Movado was able to retain the stark look of the pieces while adding textures and other visual interest. There is even a chronograph version in the 42mm wide size.
Tag Heuer got to make a rather large collection of limited edition watch for Mercedes and McLaren to celebrate the SLR super-car. The car was a bit of sales disappointment, but was still cool. I have a feeling it will be a collector's item in the future. Most highly anticipated items that end up being sales duds are. Why do you think the Rolex Paul Newman Daytona is so desirable?
Citizen uses a double AR coated sapphire crystal and the cases are 200 meters water resistant on the chrono (multi-function) version, and 300 meters water resistant on the three hand version. Attached to the case is a pretty decent metal bracelet, with some versions being two-tone with rows of rose-gold toned links.
Exhibition back with sapphire crystal pane and Royal Oak Offshore engraving