41. Baselworld 2013: Bell & Ross BR 01 Heading Indicator
Continuing its line of aviation-inspired watches the Heading Indicator is modelled on an aircraft cockpit instrument and displays the WES (West, East and South) indicators with airplane and yellow markers as found on the original engraved under the sapphire glass. Three independent discs display hours and minutes on the 46mm diameter case and with an anti-glare finish should be easy to view out in the sunshine.
Price: TBC | BellRoss
42. Baselworld 2013: Victorinox Swiss Army Night Vision Rubber
They make great pocket knives but also make some pretty useful watches if you get stranded out in the wilderness. The latest Night Vision which comes with a new brushed and polished steel case, features an LED dial illumination system with a LED torch and a beacon that flashes red in the darkness making to easier to get spotted by a rescue team.
Price: TBC | Victorinox.com
43. Baselworld 2013: Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave Air
Part of its Promaster series, the solar powered watch offers an improved satellite timekeeping system with a higher reception sensitivity to go with the more streamlined futuristic design. The full metal case is made from lightweight titanium and anti-glare glass and features include automatically calibrating to world time for 26 countries receiving time from navigation signals to make sure you are getting a precise reading.
Price: TBC | Citizen
44. Baselworld 2013: Casio G Shock Series 30th anniversary
Celebrating the birth of the tough, durable digital watch, Casio turns the clock back to revive the original G-Shock with an anniversary logo designed by graphic/graffiti artist Eric Haze embossed on the back of the mud and dirt resistant case. Mineral glass will stop the screen getting scratched and with a 200m water-resistance you can also take it out for a swim.
Price: £TBC | Casio.co.uk
45. Baselworld 2013: HYT H2
The sophisticated hydro mechanical watch complete with pistons forces liquid through a capillary beneath the domed sapphire crystal to display the hours while a temperature indicator letting you know when the fluorescent fluid is at the optimum warmth. It also uses traditional mechanical movement methods with 65 hours of power reserve when fully wound and you can choose from a black titanium or a more expensive red gold case.
Price: $45,000 (Titanium), £TBC (Red Gold) | HYT watches
46. Baselworld 2013: Issey Miyake VUE
Jambox and Ouya designer Yves Behar has been tapped by the Japanese fashion line to deliver a watch that only displays one single number at a time. Made from stainless steel and a glass top cylinder, the concept of the VUE that fading out the previous hour and replacing It with the current one is all about letting the mystery of time to be experienced and ‘living a new view (VUE) of time’. Well, we are not so sure we buy into that but it is a lovely looking watch.
Price: £365 | Issey Miyake
47. Baselworld 2013: Linde Werdelin Spidolite II Tech Green
A sports watch inspired by F1 car weight reduction technology the second generation Spidolite uses carbon and Alloy Linde Werdelin which is 50% lighter than titanium keeping the Spidolite II robust without adding extra bulk. Ceramic coating is used on the dials and the crown to give things a premium finish and with just 75, you are highly unlikely to bump into someone else wearing one.
Price: 13,000.00 Swiss Francs | Linde Werdelin