Our 5 Favorite Swiss Watches from Baselworld 2011

This is the first in a series of posts over the next month that will cover some of the highlights of the world's biggest and most important watch fair held each March in Basel, Switzerland. To kick off the series, we look at a few of our favorite new model introductions from Baselworld.

1. TAG Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 is the first mechanical chronograph to display 1/1000th of a second.


2. Tudor Fastrider Chronograph is meant to be evocative of motorcycle racing.


3. Rolex Explorer II comes with a larger case, updated design, and oversized movement.


4. Omega Hour Vision Blue features a 360° see-through case-body and striking sun-brushed blue dial.


5. DeWitt Academia Quantième Perpetuel Sport features a 100 percent titanium case and striking black East-West radiator “grilles".


Categories: Baselworld, Omega, Other Swiss Watch Brands, Rolex, Swiss Watch News, TAG Heuer, Watch Reviews.

Comments (5)

  1. Randall Johnson

    Nice choices. Keep up the good work.

  2. slim

    Errrr, two of those watches weren’t from Baselworld, they’re from SIHH.

  3. Thanks Slim – you are right. We made the corrections.

  4. Breguet also presented lots of good watches
    and guys from Holland Grönefeld were good surprise.

  5. Hi there, my comment about the TAG Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 .
    What a horrible design mistake with the “dented” 1000 top watch face part, and the the “bulged” bottom line at 6. The 1000 mark could have fallowed the curve so as the bottom. Other lines are and design aspects are ok.

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