You Haven’t Been to Singapore? Now You Don’t Need To Go: Introducing Louis Moinet Singapore Edition Limited Edition Watch

 |  August 10th, 2017

Yesterday was the National Day of the country of Singapore, sometimes called the Lion City. To honor the history and beauty of the city, Swiss watch brand Louis Moinet, in partnership with Wealth Solutions, unveiled an exclusive limited edition Singapore watch. Offered in an edition of 19 pieces in rose gold and 65 pieces in stainless steel Neo cases  (19 and 65 signify the year of Singapore’s independence) — for a total of 84 watches — the new Swiss-made mechanical watch…

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Introducing Patek Philippe Ref. 5531R World Time Minute Repeater Watch, A World’s First, And A Comprehensive Look At Five More Limited-Edition New York 2017 Watches (prices)

 |  July 12th, 2017

Today, Patek Philippe unveils a host of exciting new watches that celebrate the brand’s “The Art of Watches” Grand Exhibition in New York. The exhibition officially opens — free to the public — tomorrow and runs for 10 days, with one of the most expansive exhibitions of more than 450 current and historic Patek Philippe watches on display.  Additionally, the brand launches nine special watches made exclusively for the US market, and releases a world’s first timepiece: the $561,341 Ref.…

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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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Up Close with the Louis Moinet Metropolis Watch (Review)

 |  March 27th, 2017

In the development and planning of haute horology and the blue printing of architectural structures, many similarities can be found. Fundamental components such as space, interplay of lighting, materials, etc all come into play. With the development of the striking Louis Monet Metropolis watch (first seen at SIHH and now at Baselworld 2017), the master watchmakers of this distinguished brand seek to blend these components into a timepiece that’s contemporary and modernistic.  The Louis Moinet Metropolis watch, an inaugural piece,…

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Armin Strom Unveils Watch Configurator for Unique Customized Watches

 |  March 25th, 2017

Luxury is all about exclusivity, about owning something  no one else has.  With that in mind, Armin Strom offers the opportunity  to create your own exclusive, customized Armin Strom watch. Thanks to the super cool new  Watch Configurator, this is a fun way to create exactly what you want from the brand’s strong repertoire of timepieces. The Watch Configurator, for unique customization, is making its debut here at Baselworld, and we are having a good tim trying to create our own watch —…

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Corum Unveils Big Bubble Stop Watch As Result of Its Customization Contest

 |  March 25th, 2017

Corum Bubble Big Bubble Stop WatchThis year ushers in some interesting timepieces, including the new Corum Bubble Big Bubble Stop Watch. The watch cries out to stop violence, drugs and more, and is the result of the brand’s contest held in mid 2016, enabling participants to customize their own Bubble watch. The Corum Bubble Big Bubble Stop,with a genuine reflective dial, is being made in  a series of 88 pieces instead of as a single unique piece as originally intended. “Thanks to the public’s involvement,…

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Watch Review: Jacob & Co. Opera Watch, A Dance on the Wrist

 |  March 23rd, 2017

If you are a lover of the opera, or of music boxes, the newest Jacob & Co. Opera watch just might be for you. We say “might be” because this one is pretty far out there in the design. The three-dimensional watch depicts a couple dancing in the center of the timepiece, surrounded by musical scores, the time, a multi-axis tourbillon and music box cylinders that actually play a tune. The remarkable watch, however, may be just a bit over…

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