Here are some of the novelties.
One you know, but in a new ( to me ) case and dial combination.
1/ The Vintage 1945 Earth to Sky Edition:
The case is in DLC Titanium, 36, 10 x 35, 25 mm big, with a sapphire case back and a polycristalline blue dial.
The movement is automatic, the well known Cal GP 3300, beating at 28, 800 vibrations per hour, and offering a power reserve of 46 hours.
Here, for once, I find that the XXL case goes very well with that dial.
2/ Vintage 1945 Infinity Edition:
Here, the case is in steel, with the same proportions, with a sapphire case back, housing the same movement than the " Earth to Sky edition ". bu here, with a superb black Onyx dial, offering a superb depth.
Now, some round watches:
The Free Bridge Infinity Edition is a 44 mm case, made in DLC Steel, with an Onyx dial and a Neo Bridge. The movement is the Cal GP 1800-1299, offering a power reserve of 54 hours. A version I like a lot.
The Laureato Infinity Edition is 42 mm big. Onyx Dial and Cal GP1800 with a power reserve of 54 hours. That one, I would have loved to see it in a smaller size, without date!
Let's end with the Cosmos Infinity Edition, and its 47 mm titanium case. Here you have a night and day indicator, a tourbillon, and the Zodiac Constellations. A iteration of the Cosmos, unveiled a few years ago, but here with an Onyx dial.
Well, these are iterations rather than true novelties... Which I regret a bit, truth to be told, even if some of them are really cool looking, such as the Free Bridge and the Vintage 45 Earth to Sky.
What do you think?