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8 Timepieces to Watch for at Hyde Park Jewelers’ Annual Watch Fair in Newport Beach

These Watches Are Sure to Impress!

Since 1976, Hyde Park Jewelers has been a leading independent jeweler in the United States. Each year, Hyde Park hosts its Annual Watch Fair event at its flagship store in Denver, as well as its locations in Newport Beach and Scottsdale. As an authorized dealer for Rolex, Tudor, Omega and many other luxury brands, Hyde Park Jewelers has remained a leader in luxury timepieces, six of which are featured below. Come out to Fashion Island on October 27 and 28 to try on and shop these luxury timepieces. 


Breitling Navitimer 43 B01 Chronograph


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Classy yet casual enough for everyday wear, the Breitling Navitimer 43 B01 Chronograph is a sharp addition to any wardrobe. This timepiece boasts a 43mm casing made of stainless steel, accompanied by a black leather band. It showcases a front sapphire crystal along with a sapphire crystal display on the caseback and is equipped with a slide-rule bezel. The caseback is securely fastened with a screw-down mechanism. The black face of the watch features a date display and chronograph functionalities with hands and markers that glow in the dark. The watch operates on a Breitling automatic caliber B01, providing a substantial 70-hour power reserve. The lug width measures 22mm, and it is water resistant up to 30 meters. 


Grand Seiko Heritage Collection 


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The Heritage Collection stands as the core essence of Grand Seiko, encapsulating timepieces that highlight harmonious design while exuding the fundamental simplicity inherent in watchmaking. It presents a range of timeless watches that breathe new life into the design ethos and styles of the initial Grand Seiko pieces, notably the 44GS and 62GS from 1967, all while being infused with modern movements, advanced manufacturing methods, and exquisite craftsmanship. This collection is a reflection of the distinct Japanese aesthetic of Grand Seiko, delivering uncompromised perfection in both functionality and finish, maintaining the high standards Grand Seiko has always been celebrated for.


IWC Portugieser Chronograph


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IWC Schaffhausen’s Portugieser Chronograph timepiece, with a dimension of 41MM, boasts a casing of 18KT 5N rose gold that encloses an IWC-engineered self-winding automatic chronograph movement, showcased through an exhibition case back. The silver-plated face of the watch is adorned with gold-plated hands, Arabic numerals and a small hacking seconds feature, all encircled by a sleek bezel. It’s furnished with a convex sapphire glass that has an anti-reflective coating on both sides and a thickness of 13.0mm. The watch is paired with a dark brown alligator leather strap secured by a pin buckle, with a strap width of 20mm. It offers water resistance up to 30 meters and a power reserve that lasts for 46 hours.


Nomos Club Sport Neomatik 42 Date Blue


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This timepiece showcases a 42mm stainless-steel casing and bracelet, complemented by a front sapphire crystal and a sapphire crystal display on the caseback. It comes with a screw-down crown and caseback, ensuring durability. With a water resistance of up to 300 meters, this watch is designed for both elegance and practical use. The blue sunburst dial, equipped with a date function and glow-in-the-dark hands and markers, enhances readability in various lighting conditions. The watch operates on a NOMOS automatic caliber DUW 6101, providing a reliable 42-hour power reserve.


OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M


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Since its inception in 1993, the Seamaster Diver 300M has garnered a remarkable following. Marking the 25th anniversary of its launch, OMEGA revitalized the collection, modernizing the materials and technology yet preserving its original design and maritime essence. Now available in dimensions of 42 and 43.5 mm, every aspect of the design has been revisited, including the introduction of a new ceramic bezel adorned with a diving scale in Ceragold™ or white enamel. Powered by Master Chronometer calibers, these timepieces boast exceptionally high levels of accuracy, functionality and resistance to magnetism.


Tudor Black Bay GMT


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The Black Bay GMT builds upon the existing Black Bay collection, introducing a highly practical feature: a multiple time-zone function, commonly referred to as a GMT function. Distinguished by its rotating bezel, which carries forward the deep blue and burgundy color scheme from other models within the Black Bay series, albeit in a matte finish, the Black Bay GMT also pays homage to the early iterations of this watchmaking functionality.



Zenith Chronomaster Sport


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The CHRONOMASTER Sport melds features from previous ZENITH chronograph models, like the white tricolor dial, pump-style pushers and gold bracelet, all encased in a contemporary 41mm steel case. It operates on the El Primero 3600 movement, capable of measuring time to an impressive 1/10th of a second, showcasing a blend of automatic chronograph functionality.


Zenith Defy Skyline 36


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The DEFY Skyline sports a 36mm steel octagonal case, adorned with a diamond-studded faceted bezel, and unveils a variety of metallic pastel sunburst-patterned dials that reimagine the iconic ZENITH four-pointed star. It’s driven by the Elite 670 automatic manufacture movement, ensuring precise timekeeping. Accompanying this timepiece are interchangeable accessories: a steel bracelet and a green patterned rubber strap, providing versatility for different looks.


Hyde Park Jewelers
817 Newport Center Dr
Newport Beach, CA 92660

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