My day 3 at Baselworld 2014 started off with a visit to the DeGrisogono booth. While better known for their jewelry and ladies’ watches, the brand also makes some pretty cool men’s watches, like this Meccanico Reloaded that was originally released several years ago but this time using a titanium-based glow-in-the-dark carbon case.

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I then stopped by German brand Glashütte Original, where the brand unveiled the Senator Chronograph Panorama Date featuring an all-new column-wheel chronograph movement.

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Also presented was the Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date.

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Next stop was the revived brand Anonimo’s booth, where these new Millitare Alpini pieces featuring bronze cases and dials were shown. Pretty darn cool if you ask me.

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After that I headed to Linde Werdelin in the independents’ “Palace” where the new Oktopus Moonlight was being shown, featuring a case made of ALW, an exclusive alloy that’s lighter than titanium yet harder than steel.

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Also being presented were the new Spidospeed skeleton chronographs, in carbon fiber and ceramic or rose gold and ceramic.

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And finally I made my way to the Chronoswiss booth, where the brand showcased several new pieces, with the talking piece being the Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton.

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One of my favorite pieces from Only Watch 2013 was Chronoswiss’ “The Three Apes”, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that the brand was showing a new version with a different dial design (done in guilloche and translucent enamel), which will be a limited run.

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That’s all for today folks!