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Watches and Wonders 2023 recap: the best new watches from Rolex, Tudor & more

T3 is reporting live from Watches and Wonders, showing you the best new watches from Rolex, Hublot, Tudor, TAG Heuer and more...

Welcome to T3's live blog for Watches and Wonders 2023! 

From 27th March - 2nd April 2023, the Watches and Wonders event will be taking place in Geneva, Switzerland. With 48 exhibiting Maisons showcasing their new novelties and launches, this year's Watches and Wonders is the largest watchmaking gathering to ever take place in Geneva... and we can't wait to see what happens!

For this week, T3 will be bringing you the latest news and releases from Watches and Wonders. Expect to see exciting new creations from the likes of Rolex, Omega, Tudor, Zenith, TAG Heuer, and many more.

If you want to know what's happening at Watches and Wonders, T3 will be staying up-to-date with the events and collect all the new releases right here. Without further ado, these are the best new watches at Watches and Wonders 2023:

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TAG Heuer Watches and Wonders launch

(Image credit: TAG Heuer)

Kicking off Watches and Wonders 2023 in the best way is TAG Heuer. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of its TAG Heuer Carrera watch, the brand has launched multiple new Carrera novelties.

First off, we have the TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph 39mm watch, which is available in blue or black. The new model is inspired by the 'glassbox' design and is powered by the TH20-100 in-house movement. This watch also has a redesigned skeletonised rotor and automatic bi-directional movement.

This launch has been dubbed a 'new chapter' for TAG Heuer and the Carrera Chronograph promises to become a keystone design in the company's collection of contemporary watches.

Not a bad start to Watches and Wonders... and it's not the only launch from TAG Heuer at this event!

TAG Heuer Chronograph Tourbillon

(Image credit: TAG Heuer)

Sticking with TAG Heuer, the brand has also launched the TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Tourbillion, a new addition to its growing Carrera collection.

Similar to the TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph, this tourbillion novelty also has a 'glassbox' effect, which allows you to see a tourbillon through an aperture at 6 o'clock. Powered by the in-house TH20-09 tourbillion movement, this watch reflects the beauty of the tourbillon with its subtle curves, dial indexes and sapphire crystal.

Other features on this 42mm watch include a 65-hour power reserve and an eye-catching orange hand and time markings for an extra splash of colour against the glamorous blue of the watch face.