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Timepieces are Arriving by Land, Sea and Air

Packed with functionality and style, each timepiece is crafted to meet the demands of adventurers and sports enthusiasts who appreciate a good adrenaline rush.

By land is Chopard’s Mille Miglia GT XL Chrono Rosso Corsa, Armin Strom’s Racing Chronograph and Tag Heuer’s Formula 1 Lady. Each offers high-speed features that capture the exhilaration of the racetrack, as well as all the thrills that come with powerful movement.

Breitling has been taking to the skies since 1915 when Gaston Breitling created the first wristwatch chronograph, providing pilots with the first wrist-bound instrument. Since then, the Swiss company has introduced incredible contributions with aviation in mind. Further into the stratosphere, the newly released Chronospace Automatic reaches for space and beyond.

From the depths of the sea are Louis Vuitton’s Tambour Diving II Automatic, Omega’s Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph Calibre and Corum’s Admiral’s Cup Seafender 46 Dive. The most extraordinary universe that still brings us treasures from the deep acts as the muse for these pieces.

Not to be left out, Armand Nicolet turned heads at Baselworld 2011 with the introduction of its SL5 ladies sports watch. Stainless steel, rubber and diamonds blend for a sporty look with a feminine touch.