The Best of Geneva Watch Days 2021

In today’s video, join me on a recap of the very best watches releases at and during Geneva Watch Days 2021 at the very beginning of September. These watches include a remarkable new perpetual calendar from H. Moser & Cie., a striking ’80s icon from Doxa and perhaps the most handsome Sinn 103 in years.

Featured Watches:
– Longines Spirit Titanium
– Oris Aquis Date Upcycle
– Bulgari Aluminium GMT
– Breitling Top Time Classic Cars Capsule Collection
– Sinn 103 Classic 12
– Doxa SUB 600T Pacific
– IWC Pilot’s Watch Automatic Edition “Laureus Sport for Good”
– Czapek Antarctique Rattrapante
– H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Perpetual Calendar

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Photo Credit (in order of first appearance): Geneva Watch Days / Oris SA / Chronométrie Ferdinand Berthoud SA / Sinn Spezialuhren GmbH / IWC International Watch Co. AG / Montres DOXA S.A. / Breitling SA / Bulgari S.p.A. / Compagnie des Montres Longines Francillon S.A. / Bentley Motors Limited / Matthew Bain, Inc. / Craft & Tailored / Czapek & Cie. / Moser Schaffhausen AG / Atelier De Chronométrie, S.L / Patek Philippe SA

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  1. im sorry to say that the streamliner perpetual really disappointed me. i own both the green dragon and the chrono, but i rather to see moser moving the exact same design from the perpetual endeavour to the streamliner. i know they are trying to have the same design language for all the streamliners, but this onel just looks very weird

  2. I own the Doxa 1200T Professional and find that Doxa has a very strange approach to marketing their watches and therefore the brand!!
    While other brands offer merchandise that go alongside the brand, Doxa isn't offering anything in the direction.
    And one can hardly find any commercial for Doxa. I think Doxa could step up their sales by a lot ,if thy would only shout out a little louder since the brand offers a lot for the price!
    Frank S.

  3. Hi Armand:
    I have been watching your videos since the beginning. I am a fan.
    I wanted to point out something I have noticed over the years. You tend to speed through and double time your pronunciation of French words. I am a novice at French, and I find it really hard to understand and catch what you are saying.
    If this is just how you do it, then so be it.
    Thanks for all the interesting videos.

  4. I just can’t look at the Moser and see anything other than a design that looks like something from a less than successful 70’s design firm, that has finally had the design put into production. It just doesn’t speak to me, I’m afraid. Of all the wat he’s shown, the Breitling auto series are my favourites, with it being a toss up between the green and blue variants.

  5. I have to say you have presented us with some stunning watches, I particularly like the look of the Longines as a daily beater. Also think that Breitling have really started to get their act together and those three new chronos look great. Look forward to seeing them in the flesh. Of course a special mention to the moser. A more detailed video on that beauty would be excellent! Keep up the great work.

  6. The Bulgari Aluminium is quite hideous. I cannot envisage anyone I know wanting to wear such a grotesque and poorly executed design. The Sinn 103 Classic 12 is a great looking piece, sadly, the case thickness may discourage some people. It may fit you well or it may not and you would need to try it on first (if you can find one at your AD).

  7. Counterpoint on the H. Moser. I do not like the aesthetics of the Streamliner line. There is something very retro-dated about the looks. Of course the horology is off the charts, but not a fan of the front view.

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