Watch Lovers And Photographers: Enter the Watch Photo Awards Contest

 |  August 17th, 2018

Attention watch lovers, are you aware you can enter your watch photos in a real contest, get published on line, and win a weekend trip to a five-star hotel in Geneva? If you didn’t know about the Watch Photo Awards (WPA) that started in May, you already lost three opportunities. The Watch Photo Awards are the first annual international photo competition for amateur and professional photographers. There is a different theme each month that you can submit your photos for…

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Richard Mille Teams With Sly Stallone for the Nearly $1 Million RM 25-01 Tourbillon Adventure Watch

 |  August 16th, 2018

Recently, on my Perfect Timing column on Forbes.com, I introduced the newest watch from Richard Mille: The RM 25-01 Tourbillon Adventure watch — inspired by the adventurous souls and by the incredible roles played by Sylvester Stallone. In fact, the watch has direct design input from Stallone, who – as it turns out — is not just a great actor, writer, but also a painter. Here, we bring you a closer look at the collaboration and the watch. The content…

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Oris Goes For Wild and Wonderful Pop-Up Store Experience with Vintage Airstream

 |  August 13th, 2018

It isn’t every day that we see pop-up watch sales by brands at events taking place around America, but when we do, they are usually very staid in nature, with sales reps showing watches via luxury showcases and pouring champagne. Well forget that … Independent Swiss watch brand, Oris, takes the concept of experiencing watches at pop-up shops to an all new height. The brand turns to a vintage Airstream trailer as the home of its upcoming pop-up shops, and…

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You Have Just One Week Left To See The Vacheron Constantin Les Collectionneurs Refurbished Vintage Watches For Sale in NYC

 |  August 10th, 2018

What began in  July and ends next week onl August 17th  in  Vacheron Constantin’s New York City boutique is an incredible and unusual event: the showing off 11  exclusive vintage timepieces that have been hand-selected and fully refurbished by the brand  — and every one is for sale.The exhibition and sale is  the result of a new initiative by the brand to offer refurbished pre-owned timepieces – complete with a warranty – to Vacheron Constantin watch lovers. The Les Collectionneurs New York…

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Watch Review: Kronaby Carat Connected Watch

 |  August 7th, 2018

Let’s get something clear right from the start here. I am not a fan of connected watches. They are just not for me. I love a regular watch. However, some of the features on the Kronaby Carat watch that I spent some time wearing actually impressed me. Kronaby is a Swedish watch brand, so the Scandinavian design of the watch – clean, crisp, and simple – is refreshing. The watch I wore is a 38mm stainless steel rose gold PVD…

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De Beers Partners With Peace Parks Foundation To Relocate Elephants

 |  August 3rd, 2018

Having been to South Africa on a couple of occasions and having had the great fortune of going on Safari and seeing the wildlife in person — including the spectacular elephants — the announcement by De Beers that it is partnering with Peace Parks Foundation in order  to help relocated 200 elephants really touched my heart. It seems the elephant population in South Africa is at its largest ever, and these elephants need a lot of space. As such, approximately…

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Hands On With The Longines Master Annual Calendar (prices)

 |  August 2nd, 2018

With generations of experience, Swiss watch manufacturer Longines enjoys an expertise steeped in tradition and performance. Since its inception, in Saint-Imier, Switzerland, in 1832, the brand has grown to become a top timekeeper for elegant sports championships around the world. A key collection that underscores its urban chic appeal is the Master series of watches, and this year, Longines unveiled a superb new rendition in the form of the Master Annual Calendar watch. Now, we go hands-on with this affordable…

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