Bell & Ross Extends F1 Renault Racing Involvement, Unveils BR-X1 RS17 Chronograph Watches

 |  April 11th, 2017

Cars and watches — they just have so much synergy that it is difficult to not make a watch inspired by the auto-racing world if you are a top watch brand. Such is the  case with Bell &Ross,  the official watch partner of the Renault Sport Formula One Team, which now expands its collaboration with the French team and unveils an all-new high-performance watch line inspired by the steering wheel of the new Renault RS17 F1 car:  the BR-X1 Chronograph…

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Rare Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862 Sealed Inside The Whiskey Watch by Louis Moinet, Wealth Solutions

 |  April 9th, 2017

This won’t be the first watch someone may rather drink than wear. This weekend at the Singapore Yacht Show, Wealth Solutions and Louis Moinet Swiss watch brand unveiled The Whiskey Watch – with tiny droplets of the oldest whiskey in the world tucked inside a miniature tube and placed beneath a crystal at 3:00 on the dial. Wealth Solutions, an expert in helping discerning clientele build rare art and spirits collections, procured the rare Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862 whiskey from…

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Paul Forrest Unveils Heart’s Passion Jewelry Powered by a Watch Movement

 |  April 7th, 2017

There is jewelry and then there is jewelry.  Let’s face it, we are all taken by diamonds and gemstones, but sometimes a special design or concept captures our eyes and our hearts. Such is the case with the new jewelry unveiled by the new brand, Paul Forrest Co. The jewelry, which in its first rendition focuses on the heart motif, offers an unusual surprise: it moves.  We are not talking about swaying with each movement of the wrist or neck;…

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Baselworld 2017 By the Numbers; And The Good, Bad, Ugly and Bright of the Show

 |  April 5th, 2017

Well the dust has settled so to speak on Baselworld 2017. I like to wait a week before I write my wrap-ups because it takes some time to reflect back on the eight-day marathon of endurance and excitement. This year’s Baselworld was an interesting one from many perspectives. Here, we bring you the low-down on Baselworld 2017, by the numbers, the trends and a look at the good, the bad, the ugly and the bright of Baselworld. Baselworld By the…

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Oil Rigs for the Wrist? Meet the Ulysse Nardin North Sea Minute Repeater

 |  April 3rd, 2017

A few years ago I remember being blown away by a watch I saw that featured an oil rig on its dial. Not just any oil rig, but an automaton, as well. Now, Ulysse Nardin unveils a watch with an alluring, incredibly large 18-karat gold oil rig smack in the middle of the dial of the Ulysse Nardin North Sea Minute Repeater watch. The nautical connection between the sea and horology is a theme many watch manufactures have drawn upon…

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