Play a Different Game
Piaget is one of the few watchmakers to design, develop and produce its watch movements in-house, and has been doing so since 1874. Its finishes are produced in the purest watchmaking tradition, and comply with particularly strict specifications.
Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie
Blancpain’s three-hand version of the Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe appears for the first time in a plasma grey ceramic case and bezel a production method that gives the colour a subtle metallic shade. The deep blue dial evokes the depths of the sea and its plasma grey ceramic bezel has been equipped with a blue ceramic insert featuring Liquidmetal® hourmarkers, an alloy serving to avoid distortions.
The Art of Fusion
Hublot is a luxury Swiss watch brand that is constantly pushing the boundaries of horological innovation through its Art of Fusion concept. The brand symbolizes the marriage between tradition and the future through ground breaking innovation, with a story to each design, changing the world of horology.
TAG Heuer
Swiss Avant-Garde Since 1860
TAG Heuer, the avant-garde of Swiss watchmaking since 1860. Ever since, TAG Heuer has been striving to push the boundaries further, inventing timepieces for those who love to defy convention. This technical expertise was harnessed at a very early stage for achieving extreme accuracy, particularly in the creation of exceptional chronographs.

Specialising in beautiful Swiss watches since 1991, Monards can be found in the heart of Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD.