GASSAN shows novelties in the watch field

Last week many watch enthusiasts could indulge themselves in Geneva during the prestigious Watches and Wonders. For seven days, almost 50 brands showed their novelties and latest innovations in the field of watches. GASSAN is happy to go through some of them with you.     

Worldly connection

The GMT Master II allows the wearer to view the time in a different time zone. This watch marks our connection to the world. The model is now available in two new versions: one in 18 carat yellow gold and one in yellow Rolesor, a combination of gold and steel. Both are equipped with a Cerachrom bezel ring made of gray and black ceramic, a completely new color combination. The excellent craftsmanship is evident from the choice of materials and the precise finish, which together make the watch stand out. The harmonious contrast between the brilliant gold of the Jubilee bracelet and the two-tone bezel with darker, less saturated colors recall the Earth's orbit around the sun and the change between day and night.

Admire the recently released watches from Rolex that made their appearance during Watches & Wonders in Geneva. 


For the first time, the Santos-Dumont watch is equipped with a skeleton movement: a tribute to the aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, for whom Louis Cartier designed the first modern wristwatch in 1904. This new skeleton movement contains a functional, miniaturized oscillating weight in the shape of a replica of the Demoiselle, a predecessor of the airplane as we know it today, which the pilot designed in 1907.

Reverso One Precious Colors and Reverso Tribute Duoface

The Reverso One Precious Colors is available in two color variations, they have a richly decorated case that pays direct tribute to the geometric style of Art Deco. GASSAN also unveils the new Reverso Tribute Duoface Tourbillon. In its new ultra-thin rose gold case, the absence of an upper bridge allows for an unobstructed view of the flying Tourbillon, which is also visible at the back.

Radiomir Otto Giorni 

The new Radiomir Otto Giorni PAM1348 has a blue dial inspired by historic aluminum dials. It has a characteristic aged look and is inspired by the very first Radiomir prototype from 1935 with a diameter of 47 mm.

Black Bay 41

For Watches and Wonders 2023, TUDOR paves the way to the future by paying tribute to the past. The new additions to the Black Bay line offer a modern expression of the brand's very first dive watch launched in 1954. TUDOR introduces the new Black Bay with a burgundy bezel with both technical and aesthetic developments. This model features evolved design elements, a “T-fit” closure and is Master Chronometer certified by METAS.

Alpine Eagle 41 XPS

Meet the Alpine Eagle 41 XPS. Only 8mm thick, the latest addition to the Alpine Eagle collection with its COSC-certified LUC 96.40-L movement, stands out for its 41mm case and integrated bracelet made of Lucent Steel™.

Carrera Glassbox

The return of the ultimate racing driver's watch. Because of its history and our connection with racing, the TAG Heuer Chronograph feels at home on both the track and on public roads. There are two models, one with a distinctive blue dial on a blue calfskin strap; and a second with a black silver 'reverse panda' dial, the nickname given to black dials with high-contrast white or silver subdials. The iconic TAG Heuer Carrera is reflected by its wearers, the adventurers who seek challenges every day.

Look behind the scenes 

Watch the video of watchmaster and CCO of GASSAN, David Bijlsma, here. He gave a little glimpse behind the scenes in Geneva.


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