Introducing the Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Scuderia Corsa USA-Only Watch, And On The Track At Monza With Ferrari, Hublot

 |  December 3rd, 2018

Hublot has been partnering with Ferrari for six year nows, working together since 2012 to create timepieces of that are both cutting edge and worthy of both brand names. Now, Hublot unveils the  newest collaboration — a very limited edition Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Scuderia Corsa watch being sold exclusively in the Untied States. The new timepiece honors the Scuderia Corsa Ferrari GT racing team and celebrates the six-year-old team’s  100th victory. The new 45mm watch is unique in its high-tech…

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Video Interview: Giles English of Bremont Talks SuperSonic with Roberta Naas

 |  November 29th, 2018

Recently at WatchTime New York, we had the chance to interview Giles English, co-founder of the privately owned British watch brand Bremont. This British brand is making incredible inroads in building up the British watchmaking field again, and is even breaking ground for an all-new watch factory in Henley. In this video, English talks about the new Supersonic watch – that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Concord– with Roberta Naas, veteran watch journalist and founder of ATimelyPerspective.com. The watch…

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Pre-SIHH 2019: Montblanc Unveils New Star Legacy Automatic Date, Full Calendar and Nicolas Rieussec Chronographs

 |  November 28th, 2018

With SIHH 2019 just around the corner, certain brands are already unveiling sneak peeks at what is to come. Such is the case with Montblanc, which is extending its beloved Star Legacy collection this year to include several Automatic watches with dates, full calendar and a new Star Legacy Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph. Deftly bringing together its rich watchmaking roots that stem from the Minerva Manufacture (that dates back to 1858) with Montblanc’s state-of-the-art updated manufacturing capabilities out of its LeLocle…

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Video Interview: Davide Cerrato of Montblanc Discusses the 1858 Geosphere World Time Watch And More

 |  November 27th, 2018

Recently at WatchTime New York, Montblanc exhibited some of the brand’s newest watches. The company has been making great strides in blending its rich watchmaking heritage and prowess from Minerva (which Montblanc owns and which dates back to 1868) with its state-of-the-art watchmaking for timepieces that offer beauty, technology and craftsmanship. The newest collections are geared for today’s lifestyles and offer a host of features and aesthetics that are garnering global attention. For this reason, we were delighted that Davide…

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Video Interview: Mario Peserico of Eberhard Watches Discusses the Tazio Nuvolari Legend Watch With Roberta Naas

 |  November 26th, 2018

Eberhard Watches is a privately owned Swiss watch brand that celebrates fine watches and honors a price/value relationship. The company has had a long relationship with car racing since the 1930’s, and to this day has involvements with vintage rallies around the world. To honor one of the greatest drivers of yesteryear, Tazio Nuvolari, the brand created an entire collection about 20 years ago that is continually evolving. Recently, at the 2018 WatchTime New York show, we had the chance…

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Video Interview: Stephen Forsey of Greubel Forsey Talks Haute Horology With Roberta Naas

 |  November 23rd, 2018

There is no denying that Swiss brand Greubel Forsey is a real force in the industry. This is the brand that has consistently pushed the envelop of innovation since its inception just under 15 years ago. In fact, after four years of research and development, they unveiled their first Double Tourbillon 30 degrees in 2004. Formed by top watchmakers Stephen Forsey and Robert Greubel, this brand constantly unveils new timepieces that challenge not only technology, but also the watchmaking thought…

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Giving Thanks Today

 |  November 22nd, 2018

Today is not about football or shopping. Thanksgiving is  a holiday initially intended to celebrate a good harvest, and to be thankful for the good in our lives.  In a year wrought with personal challenges, I find myself giving thanks today — and every day — for the simple things we tend to take for granted: family, health and love. So today, more than ever before, I am thankful that my family is healthy and alive. It is that simple and…

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