Top Five Watches of 2013: Let the Countdown Begin

With the countdown to 2014 coming near, and watching 2013 come to a close, we thought it would be fun to ring in the new year with a countdown of our own.  Here we list five top watches from 2013– selected from some of our more popular articles of the year. 5) William Shatner by…

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar — How did they fit 336 parts in to a 1/3-inch case? (original pics)

Earlier this year we introduced you to the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar watch as it was being unveiled in Las Vegas. Now, we take some time for a close up look at a watch that brought a new opening price point to the brand and that marked the first time Jaeger-LeCoultre combined a perpetual…

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Today’s Best Watchmakers: Exclusive Interview with APRP’s Giulio Papi

We have written about Giulio Papi before here, but recently – on his first trip to New York City – we had the chance for another exclusive interview with this master watchmaker. A brain ahead of his time, Papi is the founder Renaud & Papi — one of the world’s finest complicated movement manufactures. Today…

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Watch Executives Speak Out about Prices, Groups, Technology and More

In a passionate statement that rounded out an hour-long panel discussion among top-level watch industry executives in New York City recently, Maximilian Busser, founder of MB&F Horological Lab, summed up the idea of what makes a watch extraordinary: “It is proof of human genius. The first tower clocks were transformed from stone and metal in…

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Experience the FIBT World Cup – Timing by OMEGA Watches

By Dan O’Rourke It’s all about the clock in bobsledding. When watching the sport you’ll quickly realize your eyes constantly shifting back and forth between the sled and its time. You try to keep up with the color-coded segment comparisons and appreciate the sports announcers who vocalize those differences to ease the strain of your…

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