Introducing The New $108,000 MB&F HM7 Aquapod Green/Titanium Watch, Inspired By JellyFish (Price)

 |  April 24th, 2018

Today, we are happy to introduce MB&F fans to the newest HM7 Aquapod watch — clad in green and looking mean. Indeed,  after the two launch editions last year– one in 18-karat 5N rose gold with a black bezel and the beloved titanium version with a blue bezel — MB&F now unveils a second titanium HM7 Aquapod with a green sapphire crystal  bezel — at a price of $108,000. Turning to water — or more specifically — jellyfish for inspiration,…

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Eterna Super KonTiki Chronograph: An Icon That Weathered A Legendary Expedition

 |  September 21st, 2017

For more than 160 years, Swiss watch brand Eterna has been known for its pioneering spirit — in watchmaking and on the water. This company is known for unveiling a host of firsts, including the famed Eterna Matic rotor, as well as for releasing the first wristwatch with an integrated alarm, and the Eterna Spherodrive ball- bearing-mounted barrel. Eterna watches are  also the only  modern-day instrument that famous ocean expedition Thor Heyerdahl and his crew took with them when they crossed the…

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Join Our Underwater Adventure With Oris and the Coral Restoration Foundation

 |  June 23rd, 2017

I don’t scuba dive. Truth be told, I’m a little terrified of open water. I love the beaches, love going into the ocean from the shore line — but just don’t put me out in the deep blue sea all alone and don’t expect me to don the diving apparatus and breathe through masks and tanks. However, I am great with snorkeling — and that is exactly what I did several times in Key Largo as I swam above the…

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4 Things to Look for when Buying a Dive Watch

 |  August 27th, 2016

Planning your last hurrah of the summer? Maybe a Labor-Day-Weekend Dive trip? If so, you may want to think about having the right watch to accompany you on your dive into the deep blue seas. Today’s watch brands have pulled out all the stops, offering highly technical precision timepieces that easily withstand the elements. Here we bring you four important things to look for in a dive watch. 1) Water resistance Dive watches are not a new category, though they have gained in popularity…

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5 Things You Need to Know about Water Watches for Sailing, Diving and Swimming

 |  August 24th, 2016

Summer isn’t over yet! There is still plenty of time for diving, swimming, yacht racing and more. As such,  we bring you five things you may want to know about a variety of water watches before donning them for your dive, sail, or other activity. Q: Why do true dive watches have bezels that turn in only one direction? A: The uni-directional bezel found on top-notch dive watches is there as a safety feature. The one-way bezels turn counterclockwise only…

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Fast Focus: Get Adventurous with Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Chronograph Ceramic Watch

 |  August 2nd, 2016

This year Jaeger-LeCoultre brings its much-loved Master Compressor to all new heights with the sporty yet stealth-looking  Master Compressor Chronograph Ceramic. The 46mm case is crafted of high-tech ceramic and is fitted with a high-tech strap. The watch offers chronograph function, date, second time zone, hour, minute, day/night indicator and chronographs. It is power d by an automatic self-winding movement  comprised of 300 individual pieces, including a double barrels.  It is water resistant to 100 meters and retails for  $13,900.

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Introducing the Omega Deep Black Seamaster Planet Ocean Watches

 |  June 22nd, 2016

Recently in New York at The Glasshouses, Omega unveiled its newest Seamaster Planet Ocean watches: the ‘Deep Black.’ The new Deep Black line consists of four ceramic GMT/diver watches. The four variants include an all-black piece, a red,  a blue color and a black model with gold accents. At the event, Omega set the stage  for the line  by taking guests through an underwater presentation that traveled deep beneath the oceans surface for the reveal of the ‘Deep Black’ collection. The star studded…

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