Watches of the Week: 22/11/2021 - 28/11/2021


Welcome to the latest edition of our regular series where we feature all of the latest watch releases and watch-related news, Watches of the Week. In this week's instalment, we'll be featuring new watches from Greubel Forsey, Chopard, Urwerk and Moritz Grossmann. Enjoy!


You can check out last week's releases here.


Greubel Forsey Balancier S²

Greubel Forsey has unveiled its first piece of the maison's 2022 collection with the new Balancier S². Greubel Forsey's Balancier S² is an enigmatic, complicated and highly superlative timepiece that captures the quintessential look and feel of the manufacture in one of the watchmaker's sportiest timepieces yet.


Chopard L.U.C Flying T Twin

Chopard's prowess within the community of haute horlogerie is often questionable, but you absolutely cannot deny the house's propensity to create utter masterpieces. The case in question here is the delightfully complicated L.U.C Flying T Twin. Crafted in white gold and featuring a stunning hand-guilloché gold honeycomb pattern blue dial, the L.U.C Flying T Twin effortlessly balances complexity with beauty.


Chopard L.U.C Full Strike

By far one of the most complicated and expensive timepieces in Chopard's roster, the L.U.C Full Strike is divine piece of haute horlogerie. Its obvious horological traits are deep rooted in the rich history of complicated watchmaking, all the while remaining aesthetically relevant in what is considered one of the most supreme niches of horology.


Urwerk UR-100V Full Titanium Jacket

Crafted in a titanium case with a matching sandblasted titanium bracelet, the new Urwerk UR-100V Full Titanium Jacket is a sight to behold and is the maison's latest piece of innovation. Featuring Urwerk's iconic satellite wandering hours and minutes display, the UR-100V Full Titanium Jacket also indicates the rotational distance at the equator in 20 minutes and the orbital distance in 20 minutes. When the minutes hand completes its 60-minute journey, it reappears on a 20-minute scale of 555km -- the distance you travel in 20 minutes if you are standing on the equator of our rotating planet. The opposite e scale tracks the journey through space around the sun -- 35,740km every 20 minutes. Super, super cool and novel.


Moritz Grossmann BACKPAGE Blue

Another celebratory piece from Moritz Grossmann commemorating the maison's 13th anniversary, this time in the form of the BACKPAGE Blue. Based on the already very special BACKPAGE, the new BACKPAGE Blue features an aesthetic that is decisively blue encased in platinum. The unique blue colour of the inverted dial is as spectacular as the exposed mechanical parts of the watch, where the vast majority of that splendid manufacture calibre 107.0 is on show.


H. Moser & Cie Heritage Bronze "Since 1828"

Rich, steeped in heritage and of course with the independent watchmaker's illustrious flair, the new H. Moser & Cie Heritage Bronze "Since 1828" is a spectacular addition to a growing collection of timepieces. Featuring a Blackor fumé dial with H. Moser & Cie's Cyrillic logo and a case made of bronze, the new Heritage Bronze "Since 1828" is certainly an interesting proposition, especially for admirers and collectors of bronze watches.