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Watch news: October 2019

The freshest developments in horology this month.

  • Franck Muller


    Crazy ladies

    Franck Muller’s eccentric Crazy Hours watches have the most impact when dressed in bright, bold colours, but its new Cintree Curvex Crazy Hours Pastels Asia Exclusive series proves that a gentler touch can be just as memorable. Exclusive to Asia Pacific, these women’s models come in purple, beige, pale blue and orange, in either rose gold or steel. Either way, the case is set with 66 brilliant-cut diamonds, and the hand-painted numerals sit on a sunburst guilloche dial that has been coated with 20 layers of lacquer for added shine. It is powered by the automatic Crazy Hours Calibre FM2001, which comes with a 42-hour power reserve.

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