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Like every year, people across the world are expecting the launch of new watches from industrial heavyweights like Rolex, Patek Philippe, and many others.
Moreover, the famous 102years old watch fair, Baselworld 2020 is about three months from now. The watch fair paves the way for watch industry icons to showcase their new products, and increase customer bases.
In fact, watch aficionados have already begun to make Baselworld 2020 Rolex predictions.
Nonetheless, let’s today explore some new watch releases that luxury watch lovers might be expecting from four popular brands, including Rolex, and Patek Philippe.
Undoubtedly, the iconic Geneva-based Swiss manufacturer has offered many enchanting and adorable things that aren’t in production now.
However, we don’t expect to see many such things like “Gilt dials” coming back any time soon. But Rolex aficionados may love to see few things again.
First and foremost, a revamped Rolex Milgauss.
Moreover, it would also be exciting to see some more exclusive Day-Date collection.
Interestingly, top Rolex rumours 2020 also include that Rolex Submariner may be equipped with a new movement. Let’s see!
Watch lovers ideally yearn for another Patek Philippe Calatrava featuring a Breguet dial like the reference 5196P.
However, it may be enthralling to see something a bit more accessible that encourages some classic design accent. What do you think?
So what would you expect from the iconic French jewellery company, Cartier?
Ideally, people may aspire to see something new from the upgraded Cintree collection.
However, for the revamped Santos Dumont collection, the dials may need a little bit of moderation (indeed, opinions may vary).
However, the pure expectation from Cartier is an all-new sturdy design that could call up the aspects that makes the brand one of the world’s best designers.
The fourth famous brand in our watch prediction 2020 list is Vacheron Constantin.
The Vacheron Constantin Quai de l’Île is undoubtedly one of the fascinating watches the brand has put forward.
The Quai de l’Île has a case size of 41mm. Of course, it isn’t oversized according to the current trend.
However, the case’s shape, along with its thickness makes the watch appear too prominent.
Thus, the aspiration is merely a thinner, smaller case that is sizeable to wear and suits that style perfectly.
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