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88 Rue Du Rhone (202)

88 Rue De Rhone - Accessible Swiss Watch Luxury

88 RUE DU RHONE is an independent brand of Swiss luxury watches, launched by Pierre et Elie Bernheim, grandsons of the notorious Swiss watchmaker, Raymond Weil. The two entrepreneurial spirits of 88 Rue de Rhone have set out to offer an elegant selection of watches balancing Swiss excellence and contemporary designs, tradition and innovation at affordable prices.

Alpina (159)

Alpina Watches -  performance in the most difficult natural environments

Alpina Watches has been producing luxury watches since 1883 in Plan-les-Ouates, Geneva, Switzerland. Alpina is responsible for establishing and developing the sports watch with the with introduction of the "Alpina 4" concept in 1938. The Aplina 4 Watch became the timekeeper of choice for Alpinists, air force pilots, divers, the navy and the military.  Alpina now manufactures watches specifically engineered and built to withstand extreme natural environments, high altitudes and great depths enabling you to be accomplished in your climbing, flying, diving or sailing missions.

Breitling

Breitling (310)

Breitling – the partner of aviation

Founded in 1884, Breitling has played an instrumental role in developing the modern wristwatch over the decades. It’s been responsible for watchmaking milestones, like separating the stop/start function from resetting in 1923. This meant times could be recorded one after the other – a crucial development for sports competitions and calculating flight times.

Cartier

Cartier (435)

Cartier – timeless elegance

Cartier was founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier. Cartier is famous for creating elegant designs that aren’t trend-focused, resulting in true heirloom pieces.

The designer created the world’s first wristwatch, the Cartier Santos, in 1904. The Cartier Santos was launched after Louis-Francois Cartier made the piece so his friend, the famous Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos Dumont, could tell the time while flying.

Citizen (270)

Citizen - Harness the Power of Beauty and Light

Since its foundation in 1930, CITIZEN watches have promoted a multi-cultural mindset with an artisan approach to watch making based on pushing forward the boundaries of technology. Citizen's pivotal technological breakthrough was the development of a light-driven watch in 1976, which evolved with innovation to the highly acclaimed Eco-Drive in 1995.

D&G (1)

Dolce & Gabbana is a luxury Italian fashion house[ founded in 1985 in Legnano by Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. In the 2000s many  commentators suggested that D & G defined luxury fashion for the decade with theirsuperfeminine and fantastical style.  Renowned for their animal prints and underwear as outerwear D&G’s luxury fashion ranges have had strong music superstar and sport associations. Dolce & Gabban can be counted on for memorable and surreal advertising campaigns. 

DKNY (236)

DKNY – the international pulse of New York

Donna Karan, founded DKNY (Donna Karan New York) back in 1984 and remains chief designer. Karan’s concept is based on Seven Easy Pieces, where a handful of interchangeable items work together to create an entire wardrobe. Hallmarks include black cashmere, leather, stretch and molded fabrics, as well as silhouettes that wrap and sculpt the body.

“That’s why New York is on the label. It sets the pace, the attitude”. Donna’s quest for the perfect jeans, resulted in the 1989 birth of DKNY and many subsequent successful offshoots such as DKNY Kids and DKNY Homes.

Ebel (123)

EBEL – LA MAISON EBEL

Established in Switzerland 1911, by husband and wife watch making team Eugène Blum and Alice Lévy (EBEL), EBEL has been a continuous union of technical expertise and precision with elegance and sensuality of soft, gentle shapes, combined with a daring and distinctive, yet timeless approach to watch design. The EBEL Sport Classic quickly became one of the most widely recognized design statements throughout the watch industry.

Eterna (183)

Eterna Watches– Since 1856

The name Eterna is synonymous with timepieces of the highest quality, with Swiss watchmaking tradition and with an outstanding spirit of innovation. The passionate desire to master horological challenges as well as to constantly improve existing watch features has been driving Eterna since 1856.

Georg Jensen (108)

George Jensen – You Can Never Be To Much You

Established in 1904 by Georg Jensen in his native Denmark the brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing lifestyle products ranging from hollowware to watches, jewellery and home products.

Georg Jensen’s style embraced the Art Nouveau lines of the day but injected them with a distinctive vigour that continues to resonate today. Serene flowing forms are enriched by exquisitely sculpted ornamentation.

Hamilton (533)

Hamilton Watches - strong American spirit and unrivalled Swiss precision

The Hamilton Watch Companyis now a Swiss owned company based in Geneva. The former American company was incorporated in 1892 and produced its first watch, the 936, in 1893 and became synonymous as the pocket watch of the Rail Road industry. Hamilton Watches soon became the main watch supplier to the American military. An 80s revival saw the reintroduction of classic Hamilton designs like the Boulton, Ardmore, Wilshire and Ventura. 

Harwood (8)

Harwood - the world’s first mass-produced automatic wristwatch

The Englishman John Harwood enriched horology with an indispensable invention patented in 1924, the first ever automatic self- winding “HARWOOD perpetual”. 

Harwood underwent a revival at the end of the 1980s and a new edition of the legendary classic, true to the original design of 1924, was produced. The current model of the classic watch, which is available in steel or sterling silver, has the same sober, timeless elegance.

Hirsch (343)

Hirsch Watches

Hirsch began making watch straps back in 1945 in Southern Austrian city of Villach. Highly successful, Hirsch watch manufacturing began in 1991. Hirsh watches now produce over 2 million watches a year which remain true to their founding philosophy, of tradition and innovation working together.

IWC (187)

IWC  - American Pioneer Spirt meets Swiss Tradition

In 1868, Boston watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones founded the “International Watch Co.” in Schaffhausen, Switzerland.  His plan was to bring together progressive American production techniques with the skilled craftsmanship of Swiss watchmakers. IWC’s excellent reputation was established with the very first Jones calibre,  named after its founder.  IWC’s watch range – the Pilot’s Watches, Portuguese, Ingenieur, Aquatimer, Da Vinci and Portofino look back on a long tradition embracing robust everyday watches to professional sports watches.

Junghans (248)

Junghans – the German Watch

The Junghans watch factory was established in 1861 in the Black Forest by Erhard Junghans., The precision of Junghans’ work quickly became synonymous with outstanding quality of manufacturing. The eight-point star is still the Junghans trademark within the Junghans clean and minimalist design values.

Longines

Longines (998)

Longines – Ellegance Is an Attitude

Longines has been based at Saint-Imier in Switzerland since 1832 with a strong devotion to tradition, elegance and performance watch making. Auguste Agassiz effectively built the first modern assembly system for watchmaking whereby watchmakers worked at home and supplied their products to the trading offices, and one of the first global watch distribution networks. Recent highlights have been with the Longines DolceVita, PrimaLuna, Retrograde and Equestrian collections.

Luminox (124)

Luminnox watches – Night & Day

American owned, Swiss origins, Luminox launched in 1989 and quickly established a position of delivering cutting-edge luminescence and readability in its line of high-performance sports watches. The Luminox Navy SEAL watch is the timepiece that made Luminox famous, launched in 1993 to create a more dependable watch for night missions, and their revolution was born.

Maurice Lacroix (625)

Maurice Lacroix – Your Time is Now

Maurice Lacroix, only established in the 1990s rapidly joined the Swiss Luxury watch club through introducing a remarkable series of innovative developments concentrating on the development of attractive surprising additional functions in the area of retrograde displays as well as chronographs and moon phase indications. Maurice Lacroix innovation can be seen in the ML 106 manufacture movement, an exclusive chronograph caliber, but above all by the memory function in the Memoire 1.

Michael Kors (570)

Michael Kors - Jet Set Watches

Michael Kors is a world-renowned, award-winning designer of luxury watches, accessories and ready-to-wear. Established in 1981, Michael Kors watches feature distinctive designs, materials and craftsmanship with a jet-set aesthetic that combines stylish elegance and a sporty attitude. David Kors watches often use Swarovski crystals or mother of pearl on the dial face.

Mondaine (208)

Mondaine - The Swiss Watch

Mondaine is 'simple design', with unmistakable easy-to-read watch faces, distinctive hands and the famous red seconds hand. Mondaine timepieces are uniquely recognized the world over. Ingenuity and simplicity are the combined elements that distinguish and define Mondaine as a truly iconic design classic. The Mondaine Official Swiss Railways watches through the ages embody these elements and proudly exemplify excellent 20th century design.

Omega

Omega (474)

Omega – recording the planet’s history

Scientists, explorers and world leaders have worn Omega watches since the brand was founded more than 160 years ago. Omega prides itself on how its timepieces have been used to take recordings of the planet’s mountainous heights, oceanic depths and even in outer space.

Oris (765)

Oris – Swiss made Watches

Oris was established in 1904 in Switzerland, named after a nearby brook, and remains a fiercely independently owned Swiss watch maker. Oris watches are purely mechanical, and all carry the distinctive Oris Red Rotor. Oris watches are particularly popular with celebrities from the Formula One, diving, jazz and aviation worlds.

Rado (389)

Rado Watches

Rado is a globally recognized brand, famous for innovative design and its use of revolutionary materials to create some of the world’s most beautiful and durable watches. Ever since its beginnings in 1917, Lengnau, Switzerland, Rado has been a pioneer, with the brand philosophy “if we can imagine it, we can make it” still holding true today

Raymond Weil (367)

Raymond Weil – The Music Watch

Raymond Weil started in 1976 and his watches were immediately praised by watch enthusiasts – amateurs and connoisseurs alike. The Raymond Weil brand has always been influenced, inspired by and associated with music. This was reflected in collection names as early as 1983 with the the Amadeus collection,  followed by Fidelio. More cult collections have shaped the Raymond Weil personality:Toccata, the feminine collection Fantasia, and the emblematic Othello

Rolex

Rolex (366)

Rolex – spirit of adventure

Rolex has become a byword for high-end watch design and technical brilliance. Its most famous innovations include the perpetual rotor self-winding mechanism and the world’s first waterproof watch: the iconic Rolex Oyster.

Suunto (142)

Suunto Watches – Conquer New Territory

Suunto was born in Finland more than 75 years ago, when championship-level orienteer and keen outdoor enthusiast Tuomas Vohlonen invented the mass production method for the liquid filled compass. Since then, Suunto has been at the forefront of innovation, hand crafting premium sports watches, instruments and dive computers that have been tested in the world’s harshest conditions. 

Tag Heuer

Tag Heuer (948)

Tag Heuer 
TAG Heuer Watches – high-performance technology

TAG Heuer has put pioneering functionality at the heart of watchmaking for over 150 years. Today, TAG Heuer offers a collection of watches that brings together its technical skill with contemporary design.

TAGHeuer's first major innovation came in 1887, when Edouard Heuer invented a mechanism called the oscillating pinion. This revolutionary advance made timekeeping far more accurate, setting the bar for high-performance watches.

Tissot (974)

Tissot – Swiss Quality and Design

Established in 1917 in Switzerland Tissot has created some of watchmakings most innovative models. From 1930 the Tissot Antimaqnetique, the world's first non-magnetic wristwatch to 2014 with the T-Touch Solar, the world's first tactile watch powered by solar energy. The Tissot brand value of enhanced accuracy is reflected with long Official Timekeeper and Partner associations with NBA Tour de France, MotoGPTM RBS 6 Nations Championship, World Championships of Fencing and Ice Hockey and of the AFL and many more.

TW Steel (173)

TW Steel – The Watch in Steel

Big in attitude and peerless in class, unashamed to be different and taking strength from size, TW Steel is proudly Dutch and has grown with confidence since arriving strongly on the watch stage in 2005. TW Steel watches are bold with style as seen in their successful TW Steel ranges Grandeur Sport, Centeen, Maverick, CEO tech and the recent TW STeel Yamaha Factory Racing Grandeur Sport.

Victorinox Swiss Army (264)

Victorinox – Swiss Quality since 1884

Established on the history of the iconic Swiss Army Knife, watchmaking in Switzerland began in 1989. Victorinox products have true craftsmanship and balance between technical precision and elegant design.A Victorinox watch must survive more than 100 quality tests until you wear them for the first time.

Wenger (84)

Wenger Watches

Founded in 1893 in the Swiss Jura region as Swiss Army knife manufacturer, Wenger today is known for watches and luggage. Wenger watches are reliable, functional and well designed, and they capture the spirit of the times. They are designed for people who travel a lot and who therefore want to count on a Swiss watch brand at a reasonable price.