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Bausele pilot watch

Australian watch brand Bausele has been on a roll. The brand, whose watches are Swiss made but of Australian design, was just named the Official Watch of the Australian Air Force’s 100thAnniversary – taking place next year in 2021. Founded less than a decade ago, the brand is all about showcasing Australia on the wrist and…

British Brands Bremont And Rolls-Royce Team Up, Meet The IonBird Watch

Bremont, Rolls-Royce, ionBird

By Gordon Henderson Aviation is a core strand of the DNA of horology. Many pieces from a host of houses have drawn historical design elements and functional complications from aeronautical roots. The question now is how does the future look and how will flight change to meet the sustainability needs of tomorrow? From a horological…

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Why The Partnership Between Chopard And Kiton Works

Chopard, Kiton watch

Sartorially crafted straps are always a good thing, especially when a top Swiss watch brand teams with a top Italian suit maker. Recently, Chopard joined forces with Italian sartorial brand Kiton to create a limited edition watch that underscore the values of both luxury brands. Created in a limited edition of 100 pieces, the L.U.C…

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WatchTime New York, Horology Forum Go Virtual

virtual watch shows

We watch lovers – especially in America where we were persona non-grata during the Geneva Watch Days and the Asian Watches and Wonders shows — have all been starving for hands-on experiences with our favorite brands. This is the time of year we all usually flock to New York for the WatchTime show, or to…

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Introducing The New Sport Carrera Chronograph 160 Years Special Edition Watches

TAG HEUER Carrera

  As part of its ongoing efforts to celebrate its 160th anniversary, TAG Heuer continues to focus on the Carrera collection. Today, the brand unveils the all-new TAG Heuer Sport Chronograph Carrera 160 Years Special Edition watches. They are inspired by a timepiece from the mid-1960’s that was a celebrated watch in its day. The “Dato…

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Why The New Omega Speedmaster Silver Snoopy Watch Is Hot

Omega Speedmaster Silver Snoopy Award 50th Anniversary Watch

Just last week, Omega unveiled its Speedmaster “Silver Snoopy Award 50th Anniversary” watch in honor of the   brand’s receiving the coveted Silver Snoopy Award from NASA in 1970 for the critical role it played in the Apollo 13 mission.  The new Speedmaster Silver Snoopy Award 50th Anniversary watch brings top watchmaking together with the beloved comic…

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MB&F Celebrates 15 Years, Unveils Legacy Machine Perpetual Evo

MB&F LM Perpetual Evo

  Today, in honor of its 15th anniversary, independent brand MB&F introduces the Legacy Machine Perpetual EVO watch — a timepiece destined for everyday life here on Earth. No space, no cars, no frogs, owls or jelly fish — simply an every da wear. However, there is nothing simple about the new watch. Taking inspiration…

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Chopard Releases Alpine Eagle Chronograph, Bridges Generation Gap

Chopard Alpine Eagle XL Chronograph

Today, as independent Swiss watch brand Chopard unveils its newest Alpine Eagle XL Chronograph — with in-house-made COSC-certified chronometer movements —  we are witnessing the next realm of the brand’s leadership and of its pioneering spirit when it comes to sustainability. Family Growth At Chopard I have been highly familiar with Chopard and its owners,…

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Patek Philippe Expands Twenty-4 Manchette Series

Patek Philippe Twenty-4

It’s been an interesting ride over at Patek Philippe when it comes to women’s watches. Back in 1999, the venerable brand surprised the world with its manchette style Twenty-4 for women – powered by a quartz movement. The watch took the world by storm thanks to its sleek design, and beautifully integrated bracelet with rectangular…

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Why The H. Moser Streamliner Center Seconds Green Watch Is Golden

H. Moser Streamliner Center Seconds

Earlier this year, H. Moser & Cie. opted to unveil a vintage-inspired sports watch. Lots of watch pundits scoffed. This independent brand with classical looks wouldn’t be able to pull it off. Those pundits were wrong. Yes, the new Streamliner Self-winding Flyback Chronograph and the ensuing  Streamliner Center Seconds watches were a  marked departure from…

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Watch Review: Bausele Australian OceanMoon Watch  

Australian Bausele watches

Looking for a watch that is somewhat different from everything else on the market? Australian watch brand Bausele might be the one. The relatively young brand – founded less than a decade ago by Christophe Hoppe – believes in bringing a bit of Australia to the wrist.  In fact, the brand is named for this mission…

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