The Beyer Watch

The design of this watch emulates the giant timepiece that hangs outside the Beyer shop. It has served as a trademark for decades, and can be seen from a long way off on the Bahnhofstrasse.

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Big Bang 44 Black / Ref. 301.CI.1770.RX

Automatic movement, chronograph
Ceramic
Water resistant 100 m
Case diameter 44,0 mm

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Big Bang 44 Chrono / Ref. 301.PB.131.RX

Automatic movement, chronograph
Pink gold 750 / ceramic
Water resistant 100 m
Case diameter 44,0 mm

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Big Bang Ferrari 4 / Ref. 401.OJ.0123.VR

Automatic movement
Pink gold 750 / carbon
Chronograph flyback
Water resistant 100 m
Case diameter 45,0 mm

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Big Bang Tourbillon / Ref. 405.NX.0137.LR

Self-winding movement, tourbillon
Titanium
5 days power reserve
limited by 99 pieces
Water resistant 30 m
Case diameter 45,0 mm

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Classic Fusion Tourbillon Minute Repeater / Ref. 504.NX.0170.LR

Titanium
Self-winding movement, minute repeater, tourbillon
Limited by 99 pieces
Water resistant 30m
Case diameter 45,0 mm

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Classic Fusion Chronograph Black Magic / Ref. 521.CM.1771.RX

Automatic movement with chronograph
Ceramic
Case diameter 45,0 mm
Water resistant 50 m
Power reserve 42 hours


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Classic Fusion 45 / Ref. 525.OX.0180.LR

Automatic movement, chronograph
Pink gold 750
Case diameter 45,0 mm
Water resistant 50 m

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Classic Fusion 42 mm / Ref. 542.NE.2010.LR.1204

Automatic movement
Stainless steel, 42 diamonds 1.35 ct. TW vvs
Case diameter 42,0 mm
Water resistant 50 m

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Classic Fusion 42 mm / Ref. 542.NO.1181.LR

Automatic movement
Pink gold 750 / Titanium
Case diameter 42,0 mm
Water resistant 50 m

Hublot

When, in 1980, Carlo Crocco, creator of the Hublot watch brand, enclosed a quartz movement in a gold casing and attached a strap made from natural rubber, the experts predicted that the success of this chronograph would be short-lived. However, the watch succeeded in establishing itself firmly in the market and was reinterpreted a quarter of a century later by Jean-Claude Biver, who has been ruling over the brand since 2004. As a result, a modern philosophy has emerged from what was once deemed an unlikely union, a concept known as Fusion - fusion of a wide variety of materials, fusion of the traditional with the modern.

The first Big Bang, as the new collection is called, is a fusion of stainless steel, ceramic, resin, titanium and rubber. Since then, various models have been crafted using all manner of materials. However, the legendary rubber strap will always remain the watchword of this futuristic timepiece.

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