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World’s oldest watchmaker faces uncertain future as owner calls time on...

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Favre-Leuba, founded in Switzerland in 1737, could be mothballed unless a buyer or fresh investment can be found.

Favre-Leuba appoints former LVMH head of sales and marketing as chief...

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Philippe Roten spent seven years as global retail director for Europe, Middle East, India and Africa for Hublot and TAG Heuer.

TEN TO TRY: Classic blue watches (recommendations one to five)

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It’s official. Pantone, provider of professional colour language standards and digital solutions, has announced PANTONE 19-4052, Classic Blue, as the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2020. Emblematic of heritage but at the same time highly contemporary and versatile, it should come as no surprise that blue dial watches have been growing in popularity for the last several years. Here are ten you might not have noticed this year but are certainly worth a try in 2020, according to Tom Mulraney.

WatchPro Sports Watches of the Year, Highly Commended: Favre-Leuba Sea Sky...

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When it comes to high-quality, yet highly underrated sports watches, the Sea Sky Chronograph is right up there with the best of them.

Favre-Leuba cuts its Raider Harpoon dive watch down to size

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Deep dive specialist watchmaker has modernized one of its key models in a 42mm case.

Favre-Leuba ‘starts new chapter’ for Chief watch collection

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The Swiss watch brand, which has a history spanning more than 282 years, is to introduce a new 40mm size for its Sky Chief Date

Favre-Leuba adds sporty orange and yellow dial options to its Raider...

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The Raider Sea Sky automatic chronograph is an ultra-rugged timepiece forged in a 44mm stainless steel with unidirectional bezel, screw-in crown and screw-down case back that keep it water resistant to 200 meters.

Favre-Leuba raises money for Sherpa charity through sale of Everest-conquering watch

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Favre-Leuba is auctioning an ultra-rugged Raider Bivouac 9000 timepiece that has been to the top of the world on the wrist of Adrian Ballinger who set a new speed record for climbing Mount Everest in 2011.

Favre-Leuba adds all black version of its Everest-ready Raider Bivouac 9000

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The mechanical watch is capable of surviving and measuring altitudes of up 9000 metres, just enough to make it up Mount Everest.

Favre-Leuba, one of the world’s oldest watch brands, is back with...

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Now owned by India's steel-making giant Tata, Favre-Leuba has plans to work with retailers across the world.