Every year, watch brands strive to introduce new collections and models that are progressively more innovative. When it comes to 2023, watch lovers are in for a treat with all kinds of new watch models coming to market, from amazing technical updates to out-of-this-world visual decorations.
Of the many new watches released in 2023, we round up some of the most exciting below.
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Panerai Submersible Chrono Navy Seals Experience Edition
This watch, which is a part of a five-watch line created in continuous partnership with the US Navy SEALs, is something that you should get when you’re looking for a more durable timepiece. But the outrageous badassery of this chronograph watch goes beyond design; it comes with an immersive Special Operations Experience that will kick your ass. It has the same appropriately rugged-looking distressed case finishing as the other watches in the collection. There are just 50 pieces available.
Breguet Type XX and Type 20
The Type XX from Breguet is one of the most iconic French-related watches and one of the most popular models of the modern Breguet era. Created in the 1950s in response to a military requirement, Breguet brought it back to the collection after a few years with the introduction of the Breguet Type 20 Chronograph 2057 and Type XX Chronograph 2067.
Those new models draw inspiration from the iconic first-generation models while being greatly modernised. Both come with a 42mm case, internal automatic movements, and the flyback feature.
Zenith Pilot Automatic
The template for the new generation of Zenith Pilot watches, this Pilot Automatic watch is crafted in a 40mm steel case with an oversized crown, paired with a black corrugated dial featuring large luminescent Arabic numerals. Delivered with interchangeable black cordura-effect rubber and brown calfskin leather straps. Powered by the El Primero 3620 automatic high-frequency manufacture movement. A second strap is offered to fully experience the interchangeability of the watch.
Audemars Piguet Code 11.59
With steel cases, simple, time-only automatic movements, and 41mm diameters, they’re approachable in terms of price and wearability. Featuring a new stamped dial pattern that will be a hallmark of the line, they were introduced alongside a range of variants and other new models for 2023.
Cartier Tank Francaise
Naturally, the renowned Tank watch by Cartier is not new, but it has been revised for 2023. Now, it has more angular facets, brushed surfaces for the most part, and a crown that is set into the case. It comes with a sleek steel bracelet and is offered in three sizes—one being a “large” variant with an automatic movement—in both steel and gold.
Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin
Piaget blends its expertise in creating ultra-thin watches, a highly complex perpetual calendar mechanism, a green face, and its Polo integrated-sport watch design. How thin? Even though it’s not the thinnest in the world, 8.65mm is still really good considering all the complications inside, plus it is an automatic winding movement. It may be the most visually appealing Polo variation to date.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Chronograph
At first sight, the newest member of JLC’s Reverso Tribute family appears to be similar to the rest of the range in terms of design. However, you may assume that there’s more going on with the two tiny chronograph pushers that surround the crown. When you turn the stainless steel case over, you’ll discover the watch’s second dial—a skeletonized beauty with a clock face, a chronograph seconds display, and a striking retrograde 30-minute counter—all contained inside.
So, those are our picks for the most exciting timepieces for 2023. In the world of watches, this tear is not just a passage of time; it’s a captivating symphony of innovation and style that leaves an indelible mark on wristwear enthusiasts worldwide. Discover the latest timepiece collections online or locate The Time Place boutique near you for a visit.