VIDEO: Omega Watches: “The Collection” Depicts Brand’s Diversity

Watches are made for all sorts of purposes. Some are purely for style.  Some are created for divers, others for climbers or even pilots.  Many of us acquire these sorts of timepieces even though we don’t necessarily worry about our oxygen pressure gauge or our tachymeter. The makers at OMEGA realize this and embrace it…

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Hands On with the Arnold & Son Constant Force Tourbillon

By Gordon Henderson Horology, at its core, is all about the pursuit of accuracy through mechanical timepieces. In that pursuit, the development of systems that eliminate any stimuli that detract from precision is paramount. In one of its newest feats, Arnold & Son has combined two complications that play as a horological version of Batman…

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Celebrate the 4th of July with 4 Made-in-America Red, White and Blue Watches

This weekend we celebrate the 4th of July – Independence Day – to honor America’s hard-won independence from Great Britain and our adoption of the Declaration of Independence. While fireworks and picnics are the usual fare, this is also a great time to take a look at some really cool red, white and blue watches that…

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Packs a Powerful Punch

When it comes to ultra thin timepieces, Jaeger-LeCoutre is no stranger in the craft. We’ve brought you the news on their previous creations like the Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar and the Ultra Thin edition done with a meteorite dial. However, the Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon  in white gold is well worth a close up look. Earlier renditions…

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OK Men, This one is for the Women: Christophe Claret Unveils Marguerite

Earlier today in Switzerland, Christophe Claret unveiled his second watch dedicated to women. Called  Marguerite, the watch is inspired by the floral elegance of his first women’s timepiece, Margot, unveiled last year. You can read more about that watch here. Marguerite continues the theme of daisies and romance, but is not an actual game (Margot…

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