A look at watches with a variety of horological complications and functions above and beyond telling time.

A Closer Look At Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Calendar And Chronograph

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Chronograph Calendar

Just recently, Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled two new timepieces to its coveted Master Control series in celebration of the 30th anniversary of this line. Each of the new watches, the and the Master Control Calendar, is offered with an interchangeable Novonappa calf leather strap and a steel bracelet for ultimate versatility. When it was introduced to the…

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A Closer Look At Chopard’s Alpine Eagle Flying Tourbillon

Chopard Alpine Eagle Flying Tourbillon

  By Nancy Olson   Since its introduction in 2019, Chopard’s Alpine Eagle has maintained its stake as an commendable watch collection, currently comprising more than two-dozen models inspired by Chopard’s much-earlier St. Moritz collection. Like the St. Moritz, the Alpine Eagle’s timeless look lends itself well to numerous iterations without compromising its solid design…

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A First: Hublot’s Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Cathedral Minute Repeater

Hublot Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Cathedral Minute Repeater

  By Nancy Olson Hublot is no stranger to ceramic. The material has shown up in a variety of ways and in a variety of Hublot watches over the years, highly regarded for its light weight and sturdy demeanor. Ceramic is two-to-three times harder than steel, yet 30% lighter, impervious to most affronts, yet difficult…

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Meet The New Breguet Tradition Quantieme Retrograde 7597 Watch

Breguet Tradition Quantième Rétrograde 7597

By Nancy Olson When it comes to beautiful watches with a serious history in watchmaking, Breguet is high on my list of favorites. The name calls to mind thoughtfully crafted timepieces, a long and stellar history, and a founder—Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747 – 1823)—known worldwide for his notable contributions to watchmaking. His credits include literally dozens…

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A Closer Look At The Bremont Longitude Collection With In-House UK-Made Movement

Bremont Limited Edition Longitude Watch

  By Gordon Henderson   Leading the charge for Made in the UK watches that are a great quality/value proposition, Bremont unveils the newest Bremont Limited Edition Longitude watches —  the first Bremont timepieces to house the ENG300 series movement. As with all things Bremont, the movement, along with the watch itself, not only represents…

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A Closer Look At The MB&F Legacy Machine Sequential EVO Chronograph

MB&F Legacy Machine Sequential EVO

The all-new MB&F Legacy Machine Sequential EVO watch unveiled to the world today is a pretty big deal. Maybe not for some big group-owned brands, but for independent brand MB&F – this new watch houses the brand’s 20th caliber made since the brand’s founding just 17 years ago. Even  better, it is a world’s first when it…

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