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That New Watch Feeling: 12 New Watches You Need To Check Out

There's no better feeling than strapping a new watch onto your wrist. Comparable to buying your first house, jumping into your first car or sealing the deal with your better half, the emotions of purchasing a brand new watch can only be described as euphoric. Okay, maybe I'm getting a bit ahead of myself, but for those of us who really, really like watches, there aren't many emotions out there that can compare to the feeling of watching a sales representative adjust your new watch before strapping it to your wrist.

Here are 12 of the newest watches, and when I say newest I mean fresh off the press.

Breitling Chronomat Victoria Beckham

Golds and blues make for a compelling 36mm package that marries the worlds of celebrity and horology in one. 

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon

Lean, mean and green, the TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon is one of the watchmaker's most compelling timepieces they've released in the last decade.

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon, the Carrera Chronograph represents perhaps a different direction for TAG Heuer, one that revisits their very rich and storied past.

TAG Heuer Connected

This is less about horological brilliance than it is sheer practicality, with the TAG Heuer Connected really bringing to the dominance of the Apple Watch.

BALL Engineer II Moon Calendar

Featuring day, date, month and moon phase indicators, the BALL Engineer II Moon Calendar perhaps is one of the most functional timepieces on this list, offering a compelling package with a lot of bang for your buck.

Glashütte Original PanoMaticLunar

Undeniable quality, exceptional finishing and an air of individuality make the Glashütte Original PanoMaticLunar one of the most incredible pieces of stealth horology.

Bvlgari Aluminum X Gran Turismo

A very against-the-grain, avant garde piece, the Bvlgari Aluminum X Gran Turismo offers bucket loads of fun with that bright yellow dial being the clear focal point of the piece.

Zenith Pilot Chronograph

The Zenith Pilot Chronograph offers a nostalgic look at pilot's chronographs of yesteryear, with bold hour numerals, a distinct dial pattern and a stylised case being the hallmarks of the piece.

Piaget Polo Date

Green and gold is a combination that just seems to work, with the Piaget Polo Date absolutely exemplifying those characteristics. Simply put, it is undeniably gorgeous.

Raymond Weil Millesime Small Seconds

The Raymond Weil Millesime Small Seconds made all the right waves when it was released last year, and while it may have fallen off the radar for some, it still remains high on the list of 2023's best watches.

Seiko 5 Sports Field Deploy GMT

The most affordable watch on this list comes in the form of an ever-ready Seiko, with the Seiko 5 Sports Field Deploy GMT representing the Japanese watchmaker. Explorer II vibes aplenty here, the Seiko 5 Sports Field Deploy GMT is a really interesting piece for someone looking to dip their toes into all-steel sport GMT watch terrortory.

Breitling Top Time B21 Shelby Cobra Tourbillon

Fast, furious and dipping with old school charm, the Breitling Top Time B21 Shelby Cobra Tourbillon is an exciting piece from the brand who seems to continue to do all the right stuff.

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