The elements on your wrist

There are three new watches in the market and they represent the earth, the sky, and the deep-blue sea individually. Take your pick...

Frederique Constant Classics Delight Automatic

It's studded with gems, and yet so simple - as earthy as it gets. The Classic Delights collection from Frederique Constant features a simple guilloche dial with just two hands and roman numeral index.

The mother-of-pearl outer ring picks up and plays with the nuances of light, giving the rose-gold plated watch an elegant look which is further complemented by the slim 33mm diameter case and fine-metal bracelets. The automatic movement, with its 25 jewels, has a 42-hour power reserve and beats at a frequency of 4hz. Earthy and beautiful.

 

 

Breitling Navitimer GMT Aurora Blue

It's a befitting blue, this 1000-piece limited edition of Breitling's Navitimer GMT cult model. The Manufacture Breitling Caliber B04 beating inside the large steel case is distinguished by a high-performance chronograph combined with a dual time zone system.

To adjust the main hour hand to local time, you pull out the crown and turn it in either direction in one-hour increments. Meanwhile, the red-tipped hand continues to show home time in 24-hour mode, thus serving to distinguish day from night. You'll find the aircraft tyre tread motif on the strap.

 

Omega Planet Ocean Deep Black

The term "deep black" is used in the name, and it's not a shallow boast. These are serious divers' watches, able to withstand the pressures of the ocean at 60 bar (600m) and packed with crucial tech for exploring beneath the waves.

At the heart is the proven Omega Master Chronometer calibre 8906 that provides resistance to water and magnetic fields. The 18K white gold hands are coated in Super-LumiNova, providing luminescence in the deepest of waters.