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The first Breguet Classique 5177 with a deep blue enamel dial.

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Omega's De Ville Tresor 125th Anniversary Edition.

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Blancpain's Perpetual Calendar with a new blue dial.

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Bulgari Octo Roma Tourbillon Sapphire.

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Hublot's Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski Red Magic.

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De Bethune DB28 Yellow Tones.

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Glashutte Original's Sixites in glowing orange.

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Vacheron Constantin's unique Minute Repeater-Perpetual Calendar with a blue dial.

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F P Journe's Centrigraphe Souverain Anniversaire is made in a harmony of colours.

Time in Technicolour

Technical wizardry aside, rainbow hues help a watch stand out from the rest.
May 3, 2019 5:50 AM

“WHAT COLOUR IS it?” sounds like a naive question for a potential watch buyer to ask, especially when luxury brands prefer to flaunt as much jargon as possible to describe all the technology and craftsmanship that goes into making the mechanical heart of a tourbillon.

Increasingly though

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