Welcome to This Week in Watches for July 4, 2020 the Independence Edition. Today, the USA commends its autonomy from the UK. Also, the UK? Today, the bars resume! Who can say for sure which will cause greater firecrackers, however we wish you all well. Presently, let’s get into some news.

Yema Flygraf Pilot

Speaking of freedom, Yema is a company all alone that’s doing some extraordinary things. We’ve got an early scoop on another delivery from them called the Flygraf Pilot. Initially, the 39mm three-hander has a 24 hour inward ring and flaunts 990 feet of water opposition. At that point, Yema furnishes the watch with its in-house MBP1000 programmed under either a dark or dim matte dial.

I truly like the dial subtleties and the way that the 24 hour parcel looks like it’s on a different piece. Likewise, the vertical brushing looks emotional and somewhat unique in relation to a ton of pilot style watches. Most awesome aspect all, the Flygraf Pilot will be evaluated at $690. Visit the this coming week for more details.  Well done!

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph

During freedom week, Audemars Piguet sent us expression of three new increases to its Royal Oak Offshore line. These are 44mm earthenware chronographs except for one piece with rose gold increases. One comes in blue, one in green and the gold piece is combined with grey.

All come on an elastic tie and utilize the AP Caliber 3126/3840 Manufacture. Basically, that’s an in-house development with a Dubois-Depraz chronograph module. The gold model comes in at €44,700 and the full pottery cost at €36,300. Head to for more information.

Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor Squelette

I surmise there’s no finer method to declare 15 years of freedom than to deliver a stunning new watch. Romain Gauthier sent information on its new Insight Micro-Rotor Squelette and it’s a shocker. This is basically a stripped down programmed with over 250 long stretches of hand completing to the in-house development. The titanium spans and mainplate balance well with blue hands and subtleties. Gauthier will offer this watch in a 39.5mm version in titanium or valuable metals. The watch you see here, however, is a 42mm variant made of Carbonium — a lightweight carbon composite. Evaluating comes in at CHF 155,000. Head to for more information.

That’s for this week — make the most of your end of the week whether you’re celebrating or not!