Watch company Pontos is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the release of three new timepieces at Geneva Watch Days this week.
First comes the Chronograph Monopusher, in a limited-edition run of 500 pieces.
The brand said its ML166 automatic monopusher chronograph calibre is used as a historical reference to the development of complications as well as for its aesthetic benefits.
The Pontos Chronograph, meanwhile, comes in two new versions, blending modernity and timeless style.
It boasts a steel case with a larger diameter of 43mm, inside of which can be found the ML112 automatic chronograph calibre. The dial is available as a lacquered white or sunray-brushed grey version.
Finally, the Pontos Day-Date is also available in two different options.
While the the design details of this 41 mm model remain unchanged from the 2017 update – including triangular hour-markers, a sunken minute circle, cut-outs in the dial at 6 o’clock and 12 o’clock that highlight the date and the day respectively – Maurice Lacroix has also built on these foundations with an unlimited edition that presents a bronze case and a green dial.