Be Among the First Consumers to See this Year’s Top Watches — Don’t Miss Madison Avenue Watch Week this Week in NY

 |  April 19th, 2015

This week in New York City, you can be among the first consumers ever to see, touch and try on some of the hottest watches of the new year. All week long, top Madison Avenue watch boutiques are showcasing new products that are just arriving in stores this spring and summer. Additionally, some brands are offering watchmaking demonstrations, and a few other notable special events — all to please the watch lover in you.  Indeed, this year’s Madison Avenue Watch Week boasts an impressive roster of watch brands on a 12-block stretch of Madison Ave that runs from 57th street to 69th street. Who’s involved in the haute horology line up?   A. Lange & Söhne, Chopard, David Yurman, de Grisogono, Fabergé, F.P. Journe,…

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Bulgari’s Diagono Magnesium Smart Watch Gives You Military-Level Security On Your Wrist!

 |  April 14th, 2015

Imagine if you could keep all of your personal information in one place  — around your wrist. And better yet, have it be always accessible and safely stored. In an age where confidential information is becoming harder and harder to keep secure, Bulgari’s new Diagono Magnesium is able to keep your most sensitive material stored with military-level security. At this year’s BaselWorld, the brand released its concept, “vault on the wrist” watch, which is very unlike other technologically integrated timepieces on the current market. Derived from a jeweler’s background with a security-driven mindset, the Swiss watchmaker Bulgari teamed up with the World Internet Security Company, WISeKey, to create an all-Swiss partnership. WISeKey, a Geneva based company, specializes in securing digital…

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H. Moser & Cie can Only Build 1,000 Watches a Year- Here’s Why (Video)

 |  February 20th, 2015

We have written about H. Moser & Cie before here. The brand regularly impresses us with its technical prowess and classic elegance. Unfortunately, the small independent company can only produce about 1,000 watches a year – for worldwide consumption. If you take a few minutes of your time – and it is well worth it for you to do so — to watch the video below entitled Very Rare Watches, you will understand why this company is so restricted in its watchmaking. The brand’s CEO, Edouard Meylan, explains.

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Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts When Buying a Watch

 |  August 15th, 2014

By OJ Whatley The Internet age has been a boon to the global luxury watch marketplace. Sellers of all stripes have empowered themselves via their embrace of cyberspace, and informed online buyers have no choice but to do likewise. In order to have the best possible Internet experience, a buyer needs to adopt a critical perspective. By employing 10 Top Do’s and Dont’s as  practical precautions when buying a watch, shoppers can empower and protect themselves. DO: Do: Buy the seller. Watches are produced in standardized series, but people are not. The integrity of a seller has a direct bearing on the quality of the products and services he offers. A seller should be directly accessible to a customer. Even…

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Audemars Piguet Watches: A Look at Unparalleled Craftsmanship That Stands the Test of Time

 |  August 13th, 2014

By Gordon Henderson The truth of a watch brand is in the story behind the development philosophy of the creator. The beauty of a watch is in the craftsmanship and vision that is behind it. For over a century Audemars Piguet has been behind some of the world’s most sought-after timepieces and today we explore the brand’s art. Founded in 1875 by Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet, Audemars Piguet has always been a top-notch luxury watch atelier. It has created some of the most advanced technical timepieces ever to come on the market. That includes its famed Royal Oak, for which Gerald Genta was commissioned to create on the evening before Basel Fair 1971. The mission: to design…

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