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The Best Watches of Baselworld 2019: Day 3
Baselworld, the biggest watch event of the year, is happening now at the Messe Basel in Basel, Switzerland. We’ve got a team on the ground there to bring you the most exciting releases. Follow our coverage here, and also be sure to check out Instagram. We’ll be posting to our feed throughout the week.
Day 3 of Baselworld saw another fully packed schedule of meetings for the GP team, during which we saw some truly cool stuff. Tag Heuer expanded its traditionally chronograph-only Autavia line into three-hand territory with the Isograph; Grand Seiko unveiled new pieces in its Elegance line; Sinn showed us some hardcore new chronographs, and many more. Be sure to continue to follow us for more Baselworld 2019 coverage!
TAG Heuer introduces a three-hand version of its well-known 1960s watch featuring modern, high-tech materials.
Grand Seiko introduces two new Spring Drive movements and several stunning dress watches with finishing you won't believe.
The 1919 Globetimer UTC, available in titanium or solid gold, makes changing time zones a breeze with an easy-to-use push-button system.
The 206 Arktis II and 206 St Ar recreate the original watches that first introduced some of Sinn's legendary durability features.
The newest additions to Breitling's dive watch line offer a serious timepiece in sizes and colors that'll suit any wrist size.
Zenith announces two bold pilot watches for Baselworld 2019 in bronze with green dials and stylish camo straps.
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