One To Want: Arnold & Son’s Affordable and Alluring Nebula Watch

When I originally submitted this article, my opening words were: “Damn Arnold.” While we didn’t go with that lead, the point was, this over-the-top brand has done it again – wowed us with its superb design and craftsmanship, as the brand unveils the new Nebula. A timepiece that was inspired by its namesake, and that…

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Citizen Watch Company Gets Bullish on Rugby

Just about 10 days ago, the  Red Bull stadium played host to the first professional rugby match hosted in the United States. The match was between the London Irish and the Saracens of the UK Premiership Rugby League. The UK has played host to the NFL for a number of years and it is only fitting…

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Gronefeld Unveils the 1941 Remontoire Watch at BaselWorld 2016

The Gronefeld family has a history of watch making spanning more than one hundred years dating back to its founding by Johan Gronefeld in 1912. Bart & Tim Gronefeld are third generation watch makers that first entered the industry in 2008 with a Tourbillon minute repeater in 2008. They followed up their launch piece with…

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Richard Mille and Airbus? Is the Million-Dollar ACJ RM 50-02 ACJ Tourbillon Split Second Chronograph a Smart Move?

  A new year means new limited editions pieces from one of the industry’s most recognized independant watch makers, Richard Mille. Unveiled at SIHH 2016 – and not yet in stores — the 30-piece limited edition RM 50-02 ACJ Tourbillon Split Second Chronograph has a lot of collectors taking notice. Created thanks to a partnership…

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Up Close with the A. Lange & Sohne Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon 2016

We here at A Timely Perspective love A. Lange & Sohne. I mean, love them. While the German brand was walled off from the world for a portion of its existence, it didn’t stop it from coming back like gangbusters. This company offers some of the most advanced technical watches with superb stylistic elements that propel…

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How Jaeger-LeCoultre Fit the Round Gyrotourbillon into the Square Reverso

  No question about it: Jaeger-LeCoultre does one of the best, if not the best, job in integrating complications and innovations across its different lines. Among the most famous and iconic of those lines is the Reverso. Best known as the go to watch, first for polo enthusiasts, and now for watch lovers in all…

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