Meet the $775,000 Krayon Everywhere Horizon Mechanical Watch That Tracks Sunrise/Sunset Anywhere on Earth

 |  July 23rd, 2018

If money is not a constraint, the limits of what can be achieved via horological innovation never cease to amaze. For the cost of the average amount in a 50 year old’s 501k, Krayon has crafted a piece, the Everywhere Horizon, that can be programmed to track the sunrise and sunset in any part of the globe — mechanically. In essence what you are getting with the Krayon Horizon Everywhere is a mechanical calculator that, once the latitude and longitude…

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Mutiny: Meerson Customized Chronographs Under $5,000

 |  September 13th, 2017

Seeking to create a disruptor in the horological marketplace, Alexandre Meerson is releasing the aptly named Mutiny Chronograph Limited Production Bespoke Watch Collection. The line seeks to combine the well-loved British cool aesthetic with superior watch craftsmanship. The made-to-order moniker has picked up steam as ordering bespoke items online has become increasingly desirable. Naturally, bespoke items charge a premium for their tailored and customized service. The Mutiny Chronograph seeks to offer the higher end experience of personal customization in the horological…

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Hands On with an Enviable Bovet 1822 Fleurier Custom-Painted Watch

 |  June 10th, 2016

Every once in a while, we — who see countless numbers of watches each year — are stopped in our tracks by something truly special. Mind you, Bovet 1822 makes  a habit of stopping me in my tracks, but this particular watch stole my heart, too.  This absolutely enviable custom-made Bovet  hand-painted Fleurier watch is one every dog lover and artist can appreciate. This unique piece belongs to a dear friend of mine, who had his “babies” (named Breitling and Lily)…

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3 Reasons Panerai Built Its Most Complicated Watch Yet, Radiomir 1940 Minute Repeater Carillon Tourbillon GMT, as a Made-to-Order Watch

 |  June 9th, 2016

Panerai has been busy this year – unveiling great new collections that range from skeletons to tourbillons and the all-new Due collection, which we wrote about here, with new case shape just unveiled last week in Florence, Italy. However, the watch that made us stop and tilt our heads just a little is the brand’s most complicated watch to date: the Made-to-Order Radiomir 1940 Minute Repeater Carillon Tourbillon GMT.  This masterpiece was officially unveiled to the world last week in Florence,…

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