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BaselWorld 2013: Everything Old is New Again

By April 28, 2013Gear

The first few days of BaselWorld 2013, the premier international watch show in Switzerland, has already set a dramatic tone for vintage-inspired pieces as well as re-editions of watches past. We’re definitely not complaining.
 
To celebrate BaselWorld, we’re offering 15% off any of watch in the Megadeluxe Store until May, 6th. Use code number: PMX62E5BC5B3.

BaselWorld 2013

BaselWorld has always served as a forum for big & small brands to show off their latest watches. Some models are evolutions of things past, while others are intended to push boundaries. This year we’re seeing a bit of both, however the big names led with initial offerings firmly rooted in history.

Below are some models that caught our eye. Stay tuned for more BaselWorld reports over the next few days.

Tag Heuer | Jack Heuer Special Editions

Tag Heuer added a second model to its “Jack Heuer” Carerra line, celebrating the model’s 50th Anniversary
 

Bell & Ross Vintage Falcon Collection Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe

“There has been a renewed interest in military & pilot inspired watches over the last few years (we’re also guilty as charged). The qualities of these offerings are now becoming more sophisticated, referencing detailing and dial configurations more complex in nature.”

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Chronograph Jack Heuer Edition

Tudor Heritage Advisor
Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue 70330B (1) Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

“For all of us in the Worldwide Horological Department at Megadeluxe, BaselWorld is our Final Four Championship of watchmaking. The athletes of timekeeping go head-to-head in creating the most distinctive and technologically advanced watches.”
– clutch

Breitling Transocean
Omega Speedmaster "Dark Side of the Moon" Omega Speedmaster "Dark Side of the Moon"

 
Again, to celebrate BaselWorld, we’re offering 15% off any of watch in the Megadeluxe Store until May, 6th. Use code number: PMX62E5BC5B3.
 
 

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