With a striking face that reflects the colour of the ocean, the Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition epitomises the phrase “beauty with substance”. Not only is it a high-performance diver’s watch – water resistant up to 500m – but it will also play a significant role in the conservation of the hammerhead shark.
When IWC decided to refresh its Da Vinci family of watches a decade ago, it introduced a unique tonneau-shaped case that harked back to the hexagonal case that defined Da Vinci watches in the 1970s. It garnered a cult following for its distinctive silhouette and the innovations IWC would introduce in the family.
The saying, “bigger is better”, might now always hold true, but in the case of Tudor’s new Heritage Black Bay timepiece, it certainly does. Previously clocking in at 36mm in diameter, the emblematic model is now presented in a 41mm case, which is a good 5mm larger than its predecessor.