Watches and Wonders 2023 is Coming Up

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The annual Watches and Wonders show kicks off next week, and all eyes are on Geneva for the newest luxury watches from around the world. Nearly every major watchmaker will be in attendance, including Rolex, Zenith, Grand Seiko, and Vacheron Constantin. What can you expect as the next week unfolds? Let’s take a look.

The upcoming event takes place between March 27 and April 2, 2023, in Geneva, Switzerland. The last two days of the show will be open to the public, unlike last year’s event. Organizers said 48 watch brands are coming, and many will bring exciting new products. Last year, Rolex unveiled a new Air-King and a funky left-hand version of the GMT Master II. 

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As for the new watches we’ll see, nothing is confirmed, but the rumor mill is churning. Rolex is expected to bring a new Milgauss, following the update of the Air-King last year. The two share a movement and a few other components, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see a new scientist’s watch at the show. 

Vacheron Constantin released a yellow-gold version of the Historiques 222 at last year’s show and could bring a steel or two-tone model to this year’s event. The integrated bracelet design and recognizable stamped cross are hallmarks of the vintage-look watch, and having an option in less expensive steel could be a big thing for fans of the brand. 

Tudor sometimes pulls out all the stops at the show, such as last year when it brought the Pelagos 39, Black Bay Pro, and more. Though part of the Rolex family, the brand takes a bolder approach with design and color, so we could see new variants of the Black Bay Chronograph, Pelagos 39, and the Pro.

DavidSW offers several of the great watches from last year’s show, so you can check out the TudorsRolex GMT-Masters, and others on our site. 

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