Rolling Out History: Elvis Presley’s Stutz Drives onto Charlotte Speedway

By Ryan Walsh Breaking the norm at Charlotte Motor Speedway with a little more class and a lot less speed than usually seen there, one famous car rolled out onto the track a little over a week ago. If you’re a fan of The King, this story is even better. March 27 was the day…

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Storage Wars II: Top 4 Creative USB’s from BaselWorld 2014

We always come back from BaselWorld talking about all the great timepieces we saw – and we should. But, as we all know- the info about those watches has to be somewhere – and that is usually on a USB. Indeed, storage is one of the most important aspects when it comes to offering journalists…

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Orange You Glad Omega is Innovative? Introducing the World-Premiere Planet Ocean Orange Ceramic Watch at BaselWorld 2014

Omega is a watch brand synonymous with exploration and adventure, having ventured to the depths of the oceans and to outer space with NASA.  To celebrate its successes in timing, Omega unveils a few mighty impressive watches this year.  Among them is the Planet Ocean Orange Ceramic watch – an exceptional example of innovation and…

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Tudor Releases its Newest Heritage Black Bay

We know you love those Tudor timepieces, so we are happy to bring you one of the newest – just unveiled here at BaselWorld 2014. The newest watch, the Heritage Black Bay Reference 79220B is a blend of heritage and authenticity. It is inspired by the brand’s first diver watch, the Tudor Submariner 7922 that…

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How Does a Legend Reinvent Itself? Ask Patek Philippe. Introducing the New Nautilus and the New Annual Calendar

A legend in its own rights, Patek Philippe has been the benchmark for watchmaking for 175 years. This year, in fact, marks the brand’s 175th anniversary. With that comes a host of celebrations and exciting new product unveilings. Several are so complex that we will delve more deeply into those in the coming weeks. For…

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Jacob & Co Reinterprets Time with the Astronomia Tourbillon

Sometimes watches we see here at BaselWorld make us scratch our heads and wonder. The new Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon is one of those watches. To begin with – let’s be clear – this is not an astronomical watch. Instead, it is one extremely unusual and complex tourbillon that also features a rendition of…

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