Top Six Complicated Watches of 2017; Our Picks for GPHG Mechanical Exception Watches

Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance, GPHG 2017

With GPHG Awards taking place on Wednesday, we are wrapping up our coverage with the Mechanical Exception category. The pieces found in this category check all the boxes for horological geekdom. The category requirements looks for a special mechanism such as an unique display, striking component, a belt driven movement, or other innovations in the…

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Seiko Prospex Challenge 2017 Makes Waves in NY with Fabien Cousteau

Fabien Cousteau talks about Seiko and the Seiko Prospex watch during the event.

Recently in New York City, Seiko and the Prospex Challenge 2017 exhibit made a real splash. Focusing on Seiko Prospex dive watches throughout the years, the exhibit opened with a wave of enthusiasm, and even attracted Fabien Cousteau. In 1965 Seiko launched its very first divers watch. Since then, Seiko has continued to grow as…

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Longines To Be Official Timekeeper of Breeders’ Cup World Championships

The Longines Master Collection blue dial is the Official Watch of The Breeders' Cup World Championships. This 42-mm steel model features a sunray blue dial. It is powered by an automatic L888 caliber.

With a long involvement in the equestrian world, ad as the Official Timekeeper of a host of equestrian events around the globe (including the famed Kentucky Derby), Longines will be highly visible this weekend in San Diego as the Official Partner, Timekeeper and Watch of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, a thoroughbred event. The Breeders’…

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Montblanc Brings 18 Serpents to Life with Boheme ExoTourbillion Watch

Montblanc Boheme Exotouqbillon watch for women.

Ok men, this one is for the women so eat your heart out.  Jus recently, Montblanc unveiled the newest complicated Exotouqbillon watch — and it is geared for women. In fact, it is part of the Boheme collection that was first launched three years ago in 2014, and that has quickly taken female hearts by…

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How Black Watches Get Their Black Color (PVD, DLC, Ceramic)

Black watches get their color from a variety of processes, including DLC, PVD and ceramic or alloys made in black.

Happy Halloween. Typically this is a day we take a look at skull watches, skeleton watches, or serpent watches. However, we opted for a different tact this year — a close up look at how black watches get their black color. As an educational piece, this topic is timeless and is one we answer questions…

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