MB&F MusicMachine – Possibly the Best Father’s Day Gift Ever

It was only a month or so ago in BaselWorld that the well-known and much-loved MB&F unveiled its newest piece – the MusicMachine. While the brand is renowned for its cutting-edge timepieces, the ever-creative Max Busser couldn’t help but want something a little different to wow the world with this year. He conceived of a…

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Exploring the Chopard L.U.C Engine One H

An aesthetic hybrid that combines auto inspirations and fine watchmaking, the new Chopard L.U.C Engine One H hand-wound timepiece is a delight to look at and to wear. The Chopard Manufacture Tourbillon movement reflects the look of an engine and race car instrumentation – on both the dial side and via the sapphire caseback. The…

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One for the Women: Franck Muller’s Four Season Mystery Watch

When top watch brands get it right when it comes to incorporating diamonds, gemstones and technology for women — it’s worth mentioning. Franck Muller offers exceptional beauty in this Four Seasons Double Mystery watch. Meticulously set with brilliants and baguettes, the watch boasts two mystery time indications — one each for the hours and the…

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Blue Lagoon – Mechanical Watches for Women Go Blue

Last week we showed you the top 10 best blue dialed watches for men from BaselWorld 2013. That sparked a lot of emails from women about how they love the color blue. As such, we answer the demand for mechanical blues for women. Mechanical watches come in two catego­ries: hand-wound and automatic. With a wind…

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Understanding Tag Heuer’s New Carrera MikroPendulum Concept Watch

In BaselWorld last month, TAG Heuer did what it usually does – unveiled a concept watch. This time it was the extremely avant-garde TAG Heuer Carrera MikroPendulumS Concept watch.   Of course, it also unveiled the TAG Heuer Carrera MikroPendulum 100th of a second Chronograph.  Confused?  We’ll try to explain. In the world of haute horlogerie…

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