Hands On: Tutima Glashutte Saxon One M With Midnight Grey Dial

 |  June 18th, 2018

I seem to have a love affair with German watch brands. There is something special about the clean designs and the unflagging  functionality of top-notch German watch brands. Tutima has all of this, as well as a great value/quality aspect. Additionally, the brand doesn’t need to make a lot of noise about itself. Once you pick up one of these watches and do some comparisons, you know you are getting quality craftsmanship, great product look and reliability.  Recently, we had…

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Travel Through Napa Valley With Vacheron Constantin And The Overseas Watches (Slide Show)

 |  June 15th, 2018

Just a couple of years ago, Vacheron Constantin re-vamped and re-introduced its Overseas watch collection — geared  as the perfect timepiece for the world traveler. The brand even hired renowned photographer Steve McCurry to photograph some of the most beautiful places in the world to inspire travelers. The collection  quickly became popular around the world and has grown to include a host of new styles, including the recently released Overseas watches with black dials (including a reverse panda) and the…

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Ulysse Nardin Unveils ‘Freak Me Out’ Campaign For Freak Vision

 |  June 14th, 2018

It’s here. The all-new Ulysse Nardin  #Freakmeout ad campaign for digital and print makes its appearance this month worldwide. We recently wrote about the new campaign on our Perfect Timing column on Forbes.com. Now we bring you a close-up look at the wild and wonderful cutting-edge campaign that has sharks swimming through Manhattan and more. “Much like the brand’s exceptional watches, the visuals for this campaign are arresting. Each ad depicts the Ulysse Nardin Freak Vision watch, which is quite…

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Just In Time For Father’s Day: Grahame Fowler, Analog Shift Create Custom Accessories

 |  June 13th, 2018

Father’s Day is around the corner. Stop searching for a gift for Dad because  AnalogShift has the answer thanks to its most recent, pretty incredible affiliation with Grahame Fowler to create a custom accessories collection  designed for watch collectors.The London-born, New York-based Fowler is a globally well-known haberdasher and a collector of vintage watches, so he has the perfect solution for collectors: watch rolls, satchel bags, tote bags designed to help collectors carry and protect their watches. The <GAS> line…

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Build Your Own Mechanical Pendulum Clock

 |  June 12th, 2018

Via the National Clock and Watch Museum in Pennsylvania, we learned of a site called Clockworks, where – for those mechanically inclined – can order all the makings to build you own Mechanical pendulum clock. The clock kit comes with everything from the movement to the pendulum, the chime block and rods, dial and hands. It does not, however come with the wooden grandfather (or grandmother) case. You have to buy that separately. They do, of course, offer choices. Additionally,…

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Justify Wins The Triple Crown At Belmont Stakes, Timed By Longines

 |  June 11th, 2018

Justify, ridden by Mike Smith, made history on Saturday when the horse won the Triple Crown and the 150th running of the Belmont Stakes, where the event was timed by Longines. Longines has had a long love affair with the equestrian world, and  is the Official Partner, Timekeeper and Watch of the 150th running of the Belmont Stakes. Justify is just the 12th horse since 1919 to win a Triple Crown. The Official Watch of the Belmont Stakes was a Longines…

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World Oceans Day: Rolex Defies the Elements, Goes Deep Into Ocean Exploration

 |  June 8th, 2018

Rolex has long been involved in the worlds of pioneering and exploration. This is the brand that has gone to the highest heights on the wrists of explorers conquering Mt. Everest more than half a century ago, to the deepest depths of the Marianas Trench in the Pacific Ocean strapped to the Trieste Bathyscaphe, piloted by Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh. Rolex was the first brand to introduce a truly water resistant watch, the Oyster, in 1926, and the brand…

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