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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Hands On: Carl F. Bucherer Heritage Tourbillon Double Peripheral LE Watch

 |  November 12th, 2018

This year marks the 130th anniversary of the Lucerne-Switzerland-based Carl F. Bucherer watch brand, and the company is celebrating in style. Recently in New York, the brand’s CEO Sascha Moeri announced the launch of the new Heritage Collection, designed to pay homage to the brands rich watchmaking roots, and unveiled the Heritage Tourbillon Double Peripheral Limited Edition watch. Created in a limited edition of just 88 pieces — recalling 1888, the founding year of the independently owned brand — the…

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GPHG 2018: Complete List Of Winners, Including Jean-Claude Biver

 |  November 9th, 2018

Today in Geneva, the GPHG 2018 Awards took place. Here we bring you a look at the winners in every category of the event. “AIGUILLE D’OR” GRAND PRIX Bovet 1822 Récital 22 Grand Récital   LADIES’ WATCH PRIZE Chanel Boy-friend Skeleton LADIES’ COMPLICATION WATCH PRIZE Van Cleef & Arpels Lady Arpels Planétarium     MEN’S WATCH PRIZE Akrivia Chronomètre Contemporain     MEN’S COMPLICATION WATCH PRIZE Laurent Ferrier Galet Annual Calendar School Piece   CHRONOGRAPH WATCH PRIZE Singer Reimagined Singer…

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Six Tips On How To Care For Your Luxury Watch

 |  November 7th, 2018

Just like you would take care of your jewelry or your car, a fine watch also needs to be properly cared for in order to ensure optimal precision and performance. Additionally, cleaning the exterior of your watch keep it looking great. Here we bring you six tips for proper care. Proper cleaning.  Before you put your watch on, take a soft, dry, non-abrasive cloth (such as those used to clean sunglass or eyeglass lenses) and wipe the crystal and bracelet…

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How To Decide What Watch Strap Or Bracelet Is Right For You

 |  November 5th, 2018

We get a lot of questions about whether it is better to have a leather strap, a rubber strap or a metal bracelet on a watch. The answer really depends on your use of the watch and where/how you wear it. Things such as cold, heat, moisture, humidity, water and excessive wear and tear play a role in the lifespan of a watchstrap. While personal taste also comes into play, it is best to consider your activities before selecting rubber,…

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Six Reasons Why You Need The Rolex DeepSea Oystersteel Watch

 |  November 2nd, 2018

To those in the know, Rolex is all about precision and performance, and for the unveiling earlier this year of its newest Oyster Perpetual Rolex Deepsea watch, the brand pulled out all the stops adding significant features that make this watch water resistant to more than 12,800 feet and able to go the distance with its wearer. The 44 mm Oystersteel case features redesigned lugs, a broader Oyster bracelet, Oysterlock folding safety clasp, high-tech materials and more. All of the timepiece’s…

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Tockr Unveils Commemorative Air Force Edition D-Day C-47 Watch With ‘That’s All, Brother’ Dial

 |  November 1st, 2018

Today, young independent Austin,Texas-based watch brand Tockr unveils its Air Force inspired D-Day C-47  Limited Edition watch — using material from the famed “That’s All, Brother” paratrooper transport plane that flew on D-Day,  June 5, 1944, leading a formation of more than 800 aircraft all abiding by strict radio silence. That C-47 Skytrain had a very special message on its nose: That’s All, Brother. It was designed to give a strong message to Hitler when it arrived above Normandy Beach in…

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