This weeks additions to our watch database include the 2021 Tudor 1926, Patek Philippe Calatrava 6119, an Omega Seamaster 300M for the Tokyo Olympics, and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Black Panther.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Black Panther Flying Tourbillon
The first watch to make the cut this week is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Black Panther Flying Tourbillon, fruit of the AP x Marvel collaboration. This limited edition of 250 pieces features a titanium case of 42mm, and an openworked dial with a hand-painted 3D figurine of the Black Panther. It was launched during a star-studded presentation – during which a white gold one-off was auctioned off for a staggering 5,200,00 USD. Check out the titanium production model right here.
Tudor now offers a leather strap option for its 1926 models as well, effectively doubling the number of available references in this collection. One of my favorite new entries is the silver dial 36mm M91450-0006.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Tokyo Olympics
Omega’s Olympic heritage is rich, both in professional timing equipment as well as watches commemorating the event. The latest is a Omega Seamaster 300M for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. This watch features a white dial with blue indexes and hands, and a blue ceramic bezel insert. The Tokyo 2020 logo is blazoned across the sapphire crystal case back. Check out the details right here.
Patek Philippe Calatrava Clous de Paris 6119
Last but not least – an entirely new Calatrava, with an entirely new movement no less! The Patek Philippe Calatrava Clous de Paris 6119 has a case of 39mm across with a double-row ‘Clous de Paris’ style bezel. It is powered by a new hand-wound movement with a power reserve of 65 hours. My favorite? The white gold 6119G-001.