Zenith Watches Teams With Phillips For Platinum El Primero To Be Auctioned In November

Zenith El Primero A386 platinum watch

Both Zenith and Phillips in Association with Bacs & Russo joined together to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Zenith’s El Primero chronograph. The result: a  one-off watch designed by the Phillips that will be auctioned in Geneva at the Watch Auction X on November 9-10, 2019. Proceeds from the sale of the  platinum cased chronograph…

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MB&F Releases Horological Machine No. 9 ‘Flow’ Red Gold

MB&F HM9 Flow Red Gold Road Edition

  Horological Machine N°9, also lovingly known as  ‘Flow’, is a uniquely shaped timepiece inspired by the dynamic allure of mid-20th-century aerodynamic and automotive designs. The first HM9 Flow watches were unveiled to the world in two 33-piece titanium editions (Air and Road) just about one year ago. You can read full details here. Now, the…

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Bremont Project Possible, A Climbing Feat To Break World Records, Nears Final Stages

Bremont Project Possible

British watch brand Bremont, a brand that is changing the concept of British watchmaking today, has been the quiet sponsor of an incredible attempt to climb the 14 highest mountains on Earth all within just seven months. Heretofore, the record for climbing these   8,000-meter-plus mountains in the Himalayas is 7 years, 11 months and…

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Mido Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Ocean Star At Word Finals, Red Bull Cliff Diving

Mido Ocean Star

Recently, at the  World Finals of the Red Bull Cliff Diving series in Bilbao, Spain, Mido unveiled its newest  vintage-inspired Ocean Star Tribute collection  to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the brand’s superior water-resistant, high-performanc watch.  Mido, the Official Performance Partner of the 2019 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, selected the event for the unveiling,…

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Patek Philippe Brings Rare Watches To Grand Exhibition, Singapore 2019 Show

Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition

I have long been a fan of Patek Philippe. I  mean, if you are a watch lover how can you not be?  The thing is, my relationship with the brand goes back decades — to a time when its ateliers were spread out around Geneva, and to visit required multiple stops instead of just one…

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What’s The Story Behind The New Tutima Sky Watches?

Tutima Sky watches

Did anyone notice that German watch brand Tutima,  built on an aviation timepiece history (and moving into more complex watches once it re-established its own Manufacture in the Saxony region), has aptly named its newest timepiece “Sky?” I noticed, not just because of the correlation to its pilot’s watch roots, but also because the highly…

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