Off The Cuff : Linde Werdelin’s SpidoLite Titanium Is Masculine Yet Majestic

 |  August 24th, 2015

There’s something especially unique about how Linde Werdelin blends analog time-keeping with such technical details that always keeps you coming back for more. Recently ATimelyPerspective had the opportunity to get an up close vantage point with the brand’s highly esteemed SpidoLite Titanium. Within the two weeks of wearing it there was never a dull moment, a fortnight was just a tease. Earlier this summer we covered Linde Werdelin’s SpidoSpeed Titanium and touched on how its rugged toughness and detailed craftsmanship epitomizes the brand’s essence. It was no surprise that the SpidoLite Titanium further demonstrates the genuine quality and usefulness that the brand strives for. The appropriately sized 44mm casing is made out of the same Titanium Grade 5 material which…

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Up Close with the Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 6

 |  August 21st, 2015

Harry Winston regularly wows the watch world with its innovation and technical prowess. This year, with the Histoire de Tourbillon 6, the watch brand once again pulls out all the stops with what is the brand’s most complex timepiece in the Histoire de Tourbillon line to date.  This year marks the release of the sixth watch in the series — and the timepiece, unveiled at BaselWorld 2015, is making its way to select stores now. Of course, it is so complicated to build that just 20 will ever be made. The watch is powered by a patented movement, the HW4701 caliber, with a massive 683 individual components. Among the functions and features: a tri-axial tourbillon, in which each of three…

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Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Duomètre Unique Travel Time Boasts A Rarity Of Refinement

 |  August 20th, 2015

Innovation and evolution are the buzz words in the watch world.  Consistently breaking down the barriers and creating something entirely unique is what this industry thrives on. Often times the newness refers to a particular aesthetic. Jaeger-LeCoultre, known for it’s innovation, has a particular timepiece in its product line up that we just love, and want to take a few minutes to re-visit its  beauty and technical advancement: the Duomètre Unique Travel Time watch. Powered by Jaeger-LeCoultre’s own Dual-Wing® concept, the in-house Calibre 383 houses two barrels (one for each time zone), each one boasting a 50-hour power reserve. Within this calibre the ease in handling such complications is apparent. By turning the crown counterclockwise, the timekeeping barrel is wound, while…

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Meet the Carl F. Bucherer Manero Tourbillon Limited Edition 2015 Watch — in Stores Now

 |  August 19th, 2015

Carl F. Bucherer is one of those quiet giants. The privately owned business, based in Lucerne, Switzerland, regularly turns out timepieces that deftly blend elegance and technical prowess. More than 125 years old, this brand has been investing significant time and effort into building its timepiece production – focusing on new movements and the refinement of top-quality innovative lines for both men and women. Unveiled earlier this year in BaselWorld and making its way to stores now is a superb example of the brand’s watchmaking savvy  the Manero Tourbillon Limited Edition 2015.The 41.8mm timepiece is powered by the brand’s hand-wound CFB T1001 movement that consists of 35 jewels and offers 70 hours of power reserve. The fascinating tourbillon escapement if visible on the dial side via…

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Wrapping Up Monterey Classic Car Week with a Look at the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona

 |  August 18th, 2015

Over the past four days we’ve brought you some in-depth coverage of the Annual  Monterey Classic Car Week. After such a monumental period in car racing, with Rolex involved in four events, we want to take a look at the brand’s timepieces that draw inspiration from the automotive world. Presenting a portion of this week’s events fully represents Rolex’s motor-driven passion and involvement. The brand has had its hand in motorsports for decades with events such as endurance racing, Formula 1 and 24 Hours of Le Mans. Ever since 1910, when founder Hans Wilsdorf created a wristwatch that was reliable, precise, and durable enough to withstand even the most active lifestyles, Rolex has been evolving much to the same degree as motor…

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