Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
had an impressive collection of new timepieces
at this year's Baselworld event. Nothing too crazy, but solid watches
that one can see wearing for a long time. A notable piece is this Sirius Triple Date, which is just that - a Sirius collection watch with a triple date plus moonphase set of complications. Triple date watches are also known for a specific type of layout on the dial. This has window indicators for the day and month, and a dial for the date with a moon phase indicator contained within it. The rest of the dial has easy to see leaf style hands and a mixture of hour indicators. The 40mm wide case preserves the Chronoswiss look with the typical style lugs and onion crown. The case comes in either 18k rose gold or steel. Inside the watch is an automatic Swiss movement (not sure which one though). Really that won't matter to most people getting the watch anyway. Nice piece that should be available a bit later this year.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review