Check Out The New Watch Releases Coming To You In June!

June is here and there’s a lot heading towards us
By: Nina Shahriman
May 30, 2022

June is here and there’s a lot heading towards us so you better watch (pun very much intended) out! What could be the perfect gift for your superhero as Father’s Day rolls around the corner? Well, we think getting him a watch would be the perfect gift! With that, Glitz is listing out all the new watch releases coming to us in June- so be prepared and watch out for them!

1. Girard-Perregaux Laureato Absolute Chronograph AM F1 Edition

The Laureato Absolute Chronograph AM F1 Edition in British racing green is something genuinely outstanding for Aston Martin fans to look forward to. The originality is a mix of everything Girard-Perregaux is known for: the iconic Laureato case form in 44mm, the cutting-edge titanium and carbon composite, and the fact that the watch, despite its size, is actually incredibly light. There will be 306 pieces constructed, each with a novel strap consisting of rubber and carbon taken from two Aston Martin F1 racing cars from the 2021 season and textured to look like textiles.

2. Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe X Cortina Watch Golden Jubilee Edition

Blancpain goes all out to commemorate Cortina’s 50th anniversary with the limited-edition Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe. The Golden Jubilee Edition of the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe X Cortina Watch has all of the exquisite qualities that connoisseurs adore about the series. A titanium case with a 43mm Sedna Gold bezel with ceramic and Ceragold markings, a state-of-the-art in-house movement 1315 with a five-day power reserve, and excellent workmanship throughout.

3. G-SHOCK DW-6900AL22

The G-SHOCK DW-6900AL22, which is only available in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia, is the product of Casio’s first-ever collaboration with the Malaysian streetwear label Against Lab. Its design emphasises mental fortitude and is inspired by the daily grind. The current version is embellished with designs inspired by motorcycles, whose swarming numbers and loud exhaust typify the daily grind necessary to make a livelihood. An Against Lab logo and an etched case back displaying the brand’s mascot are among the watch’s standout features.

4. Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute

The Navitimer, the classic pilot watch, also has a little history that few people are aware of. As part of his Mercury-Atlas 7 mission, astronaut Scott Carpenter circled the Earth three times on board the Aurora 7 spacecraft on May 24, 1962. The original Navitimer Cosmonaute was on his wrist that day, but it had been changed to Carpenter’s liking, so Breitling could claim to be the first Swiss timepiece in space.

Breitling wasn’t going to let the 60th anniversary go ignored, so a new Navitimer Cosmonaute has been added to the brand’s pilot watch line-up to honour the occasion. The Breitling Manufacture Caliber B02 had to be redesigned to accommodate the 24-hour dial, as well as various celebration engravings Carpenter, Aurora 7, and 3 orbits around the Earth found on the new model in 41mm.

5. Chanel J12 Caliber 12.2

Chanel has demonstrated that it belongs in watchmaking, with the J12 becoming increasingly sought after. It may be better known for its line of handbags, whose prices climb dramatically, but the J12 has proven that it belongs in watchmaking. The J12 Caliber 12.2 should be seriously considered by any girl looking for a youthful but well-made sports-luxe watch that is also stylish since Chanel has just miniaturised the famed unisex watch to 33mm. From the ceramic and steel casing to the lacquered dial with ceramic numerals and the Kenissi automatic movement, which the Maison owns in part. If you weren’t a fan of 38mm before, this little number could persuade you otherwise.

6. Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Date

The Polaris Date, inspired by the 1968 Memovox Polaris, is a unique diving watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre. While most current dive watches have a rotating outer bezel composed of hardened alloys or ceramic, Jaeger-compressor-style LeCoultre’s dive watch, which was popular in the 1960s, has a higher level of workmanship. The lacquered, double-gradient dial-in olive is visible on the dial, while the glass case back reveals the Calibre 899, which has a power reserve of 70 hours.

7. H. Moser & Cie. Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon Aqua Blue

H. Moser & Cienew.’s watch for June 2022 is a minute repeater with the simplicity and iconoclasm that we respect Moser for. A “Grand Feu ” enamel dial in graduated aqua blue is housed within a 40mm red gold or titanium casing that has been hammered to produce a textured surface. The HMC 904 hand-wound movement, capable of 90 hours of power reserve, controls the chiming mechanism for hours, quarter-hours, and minutes, as well as a one-minute flying tourbillon.

8. Louis Vuitton Tambour Outdoor Chronograph GMT

With globe-trotting on the rise again, Louis Vuitton is releasing the Tambour Outdoor Chronograph GMT, the Maison’s latest timepiece for June 2022. It’s available in two colours: maritime steel and urban jungle – the former has a blue dial, while the latter has khaki – and it has a distinctive design code that’s a pleasant change from the traditional way of looking at a GMT watch. The quartz-powered watch, which is peppered with orange or red highlights, comes to life owing to an active tiny second’s disc emblazoned with the renowned skeletonized initials LV. At the same time, thanks to an innovative adjustable strap system, you’ll be able to easily adapt the 44mm watch to varied events.