Hublot Partnership with Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation Celebrates the Big Cats Earth Day and Always

 |  April 21st, 2017

Today is Earth Day, a great time to celebrate the bounties of our planet, and to consider conserving and preserving them. That is exactly what Hublot is doing with its Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation association. The Foundation is responsible for preserving multiple big cat species, in order to transmit a message of care and respect to all of those living creatures in our world. BJWT is based on the values of preservation, care and rehabilitation of species to their natural habitat. The sanctuary…

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Mr. Nobody of Fast 8, The Fate of the Furious, Kurt Russell, Wears Niall Watch

 |  April 21st, 2017

If you  went to the movies this past weekend, you most likely saw Fast 8, or — its real title —  “The Fate of the Furious” movie. In this eighth sequel in the Fast and Furious series, actor Kurt Russell, who plays Mr. Nobody, dons a Niall GMT “Noir” watch to help him track his time around the world. The Niall GMT Noir watch, which retails for $3,950, is created by the Kansas City, MO, based watch brand founded in 2012 by Michael…

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Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Jumping Hour Watch Review

 |  April 20th, 2017

British-based watch brand  with workshops in Switzerland, Christopher Ward unveils its newest affordable yet complex timepiece: C1 Grand Malvern Jumping Hour. We have written about Christopher Ward before here, especially when the brand launched the Malvern watches.  Because we have borrowed and worn the Malvern, we know the remarkable value/quality standards this brand offers. The new  contemporary C1 Grand Malvern Jumping Hour watch indicates the minutes via a sweeping minute hand, and the hours via an aperture at 12:00, with jump hour display.…

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Watch Review: Tutima Elevates German Watchmaking with 90th Anniversary Tempostopp In-House-Made Chronograph Watch

 |  April 19th, 2017

There are  a lot of exciting new timepieces coming from German watch brand Tutima this year, but none as breathtaking and complex to build as the bi-compax chronograph designed to celebrate the brand’s 90th anniversary: Tempostopp.  Before you get too excited – we have to warn you of the worst thing about this watch: just 90 pieces will be made. That said, there is so much great about this watch, that you may want to start getting your running shoes on…

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WatchStars Awards for Best “Stars” Go to Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Hermes, Bulgari

 |  April 18th, 2017

Last month in Basel, the annual international WatchStars Awards were presented to winning watches in five categories. Honoring “the best watches of the world,” Watchstars gives awards based on 2016 introductions that are in stores now.  Roberta Naas, founder of ATimelyPerspective, is one of the approximately 90 judges from around the world on the panel. Winners gathered for an award presentation event during Basel. Those winners: Classic Stars: Rolex Perpetual Air King Technical Stars: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie Design Stars: Hermes…

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