Blue Magic: Meet the Oris Artelier Caliber 111 with Deep Blue Dial

The Oris Artelier Caliber 111 with blue dial features an arch-shaped power reserve.

Two years ago, Oris watches unveiled its first in-house, series-produced caliber: 111. That watch – the Arteliier Caliber 111 —  marked the beginning of a new movement development plan for the brand. It was also a very impressive caliber. As such, it is the perfect conduit to bring a bold blue dial to the forefront.…

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RGM and Hollywood 1923 Bring Hollywood to the Wrist

The Hollywood Watch by RGM for Hollywood 1923 features a piece of metal from the original Hollywood sign that was erected on the hillside in 1923.

It isn’t every day that you can say you are wearing an actual piece of Hollywood on your wrist. However, thanks to American watch brand RGM, and a group of cinema buffs known as Hollywood  1923, you now have a one in 12 chance of doing exactly that.  Roland Murphy, founder of RGM, was approached by…

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Wildest Watch Ever? Richard Mille RM 70-01 Tourbillon Alain Prost Watch

Richard Mille RM 07-01 Tourbillon Alain Prost watch.

We all know that Richard Mille goes to extremes to create timepieces that can go the distance — on the tennis court, the golf course and the black top. Now, however, the brand tackles the cycling world with one of the wildest watches ever: Richard Mille RM 70-01 Tourbillon Alain Prost. The former racing driver…

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Introducing the Junghans Meister Driver Automatic Watch

Junghans Meister Driver Automatic watches offer vintage autosports appeal.

As is the trend with the industry, auto racing often plays the muse for many of the horological manufactures, serving as inspiration for the pieces that make their way to market and onto the wrists of aficionados. Now, German watch brand Junghans is releasing the Meister Driver Automatic watch that is meant to embody the…

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