A spe­cial time

Check out these gor­geous watches ex­clu­sively avail­able at Rev­o­lu­tion By Time Kul­ture.

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A WATCH afi­cionado’s goals of­ten in­clude be­ing the first or the only one to own a cer­tain time­piece. As it is, there is pride to be found in show­ing off a state­ment watch on your wrist.

If you are look­ing to find your first spe­cial time­piece, add to your watch col­lec­tion, or get your hands on a unique de­sign, then head on over to Rev­o­lu­tion By Time Kul­ture at Pav­il­ion Kuala Lumpur.

Run­ning un­til July 16, the show­case is pre­sent­ing a range of nov­el­ties that are selling for the first time in Malaysia or Asia. All of these watches were un­veiled at Basel­world ear­lier this year too. – Bervin Cheong

vail­able in Asia, the O wn 1917 is a lim­ited edi­tion w made in homage to the orig­i­nal. It is named af­ter its over­sized crown that stil in­forms the com­pany’s avi­a­tion-in­spired watches to­day. — Oris

Four Gra­ham Chronofighter Vin­tage Air­craft Ltd watches, each pro­duced in a lim­ited edi­tion of 250, derive their dis­tinc­tive iden­tity from aged metal cases. The colours are in­spired from 1940s mil­i­tary air­crafts, as well as the gun­metal grey fur­ni­ture at home in the hippest of Man­hat­tan lofts. — Gra­ham

The Arte­lier ran e Lune – de­but­ing in Asia a evo ution By Time Kul­ture – is avail­able with a leather or steel bracelet. The watch marks the first time Oris has pro­duced a ladies’ watch with a large moon phase in­di­ca­tion. — Oris

The Mau­rice Lacroix Mas­ter­piece Grav­ity sports a blue lac­quered off-cen­tre hour and min­utes dis­play. Sit­ting be­low that is a small sec­onds dis­play fea­tur­ing a match­ing blue sub-dial and cheer­ful red hand. — Mau­rice Lacroix

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