The 2021 CHRONEXT Advent Calendar is a Treasure Trove of Rare Timepieces

Perhaps the Basquiat-influenced Tiffany Advent calendar is not your thing. Or maybe it is, but you are worried that its content may not exactly be what you’re looking for right now. Thankfully, timepiece marketplace CHRONEXT has announced its advent calendar, and if you haven’t found the perfect gifts for yourself and your loved ones, this calendar might be the only thing you need this season.

The 2021 CHRONEXT Advent Calendar
The 2021 CHRONEXT Advent Calendar comes in a high-quality wooden box. Image courtesy of CHRONEXT

The CHRONEXT 2021 Advent calendar itself comes in a near two-meter high wooden box coated with black piano lacquer. It has 24 illuminated doors, behind which are some of the world’s rarest and priciest luxury timepieces.

A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk mechanical wristwatch
A rare A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk mechanical wristwatch is included in this year’s Advent calendar. Image courtesy of CHRONEXT

Remember the Black Panther Audemars Piguet timepiece that launched earlier this year and caused quite the storm in the industry? Limited to only 250 pieces at $162,000 per piece, it was almost certain that laying your hands on one would be quite the task. Well, you can now get it without any hassles as the CHRONEXT Advent Calendar will be containing one of this rare timepiece.

The Black Panther figure on the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Flying Tourbillon
The limited-edition Black Panther Audemars Piguet Royal Flying Oak also makes an appearance. Image courtesy of Hypebeast

But that’s not all. Inside, you’ll also find a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Leopard with a diamond setting and a rose gold A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk mechanical timepiece, both of which are singular examples of just a few in existence.

A Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Leopard with diamond settings
As does this Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Leopard. Image courtesy of CHRONEXT

It does not come cheap, however. The luxury timepiece retailer has put the price at €2.3 million (nearly $3million) which is almost double the amount of its first calendar that debuted last year and cost €1.25 million. With all the timepieces it appers you would be getting, however, it does seem to be priced fairly.

For more information and to place an order, visit CHRONEXT’s website here.

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