By Mike Espindle
Life should be sweet as sugar, DeGrisogono’s Sugar watch, that is. This ladies’ timepiece comes in four versions-white diamonds, emeralds, orange sapphires and blue sapphires-with the stones towards the bottom right of the case set on invisible hooks so they slide around the case area and appear to spill out of the watch, like dropping sugar cubes into an espresso.
The timeless elegance of H. Moser watches cannot be denied. Fit for Don Draper’s wrist to the the boardrooms of today, the company’s exacting, sober craftsmanship shines through, especially in this new Nomad Dual Time in platinum with a shimmering gray dial.
The artisans led by watchmaker Max Busser at MB&F have revisited the company’s best-selling Horological Machine No.3 (or HM3). Legibility on the two time-indictor domes has been improved and the movement window and rotor area has been increased–hence the nickname “MegaWind.”