Introducing the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3

As mentioned here a couple of days ago, Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates its 180th anniversary this year, and as such it unveils the 10th watch in its Hybris Mechanica series of Grande complications – the Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3. The watch features a flying spherical tourbillon and – for the first time – an instantaneous digital…

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Celebrates 180th Anniversary with Gyrotourbillon 3 and Jubilee Watches

Since its inception in 1833—180 years ago—Jaeger-LeCoultre has been a brand dedicated to excellence and creativity. From founder Antoine LeCoultre, who invented so many important timekeeping nuances, to today’s brand caretakers who perpetuate that spirit, Jaeger-LeCoultre continues to achieve record-breaking milestones. To date, the brand has more than 400 patents and 1,242 calibers under its…

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Introducing TAG Heuer’s new Carrera Carbon Caliber 1887 Concept Chronograph

It’s been a month of new technology, new innovations, concept watches and more. We’ve seen some great “firsts” in the watch industry here in Switzerland. Now, TAG Heuer joins the pack with its newest ultra-light Carrera Carbon Caliber 1887 Concept Chronograph — manufactured in Carbon Matrix Composite weighing 19g. The motor-sports inspired watch is made…

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Watch Education: What is a Chronometer and What is COSC Certification?

A few weeks ago we answered the question, “What is a Chronograph?” and promised to bring to light the difference between a chronograph and a chronometer – terms that are often mixed up in today’s world. In fact, a chronometer is a watch that has undergone stringent testing under laboratory conditions and is then certified…

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SIHH 2013: Women’s Watches Prevail, Introducing Vacheron Constantin’s Metiers d’Art Florilege

As we mentioned on Monday when we brought you a trend report from SIHH, this is definitely the year for women. In fact, Vacheron Constantin – for the first time ever –unveiled only women’s watches. From stunning new Patrimony pieces to diamond-adorned Malte watches and the pinnacle – Metiers d’ Arts pieces – Vacheron Constantin…

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Cars, Watches and Winners at the Rolex 24 at Daytona

The 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona has come to a roaring end, as the Rolex timing hit the 24-hour mark and in the Daytona Prototype class, Chip Ganassi took the checkered flag for #01 BMW/Riley.  The #01 drivers included Americans Scott Pruett and Charlie Kimball, along with Juan Pablo Montoya and Memo Rojas. Scott Pruett…

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