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Oris James Morrison Academy of Music Limited Edition watch

Made in honor of the contemporary Australian jazz musician James Morrison, and his ongoing contribution to the development of the next generation of jazz musicians, Oris unveils yet another winner in its Jazz collection: the James Morrison Academy of Music Limited Edition watch. The timepiece supports his eponymous music academy in Australia. The 38mm watch…

Off The Cuff – Casio’s ProTrek Tough Solar Is Ideal For Any Outdoor Adventure

What’s the most important aspect of a watch? It depends on who you are and what the occasion is. For hikers and outdoors people in general its versatility. As with any tool, while on the trail, if its heavy throw it to the wayside, and the more functions it has the better. In the end…

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BaselWorld 2015: Taming the Beast

We are officially back.Easily the biggest watch exhibition of the year, BaselWorld is a beast waiting to be tamed.This year we worked eight days straight from 8 am to 10 pm to cover the show. In fact, over the course of the eight days there, we saw nearly 100 watch brands — and saw dozens of…

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Off The Cuff: Ritmo Mundo’s Quantum II- A Fashionably Versatile Timepiece.

  I love football, or as we Americans call it, soccer. Since I’ve most recently relocated to the greater Los Angeles area, I was really excited to get my hands on some hardware from an official partner of the 2014 MLS Championship team, the LA Galaxy. I was fortunate enough to sport Ritmo Mundo’s blue…

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Storage Wars: BaselWorld 2015 Winning USBs

Every year we poke a little fun at the seriousness of BaselWorld by deciding which watch brand gave us the coolest looking USB sticks that contain the brand’s press releases and images.  These powerful sticks, in fact, hold the keys of information close to the vest. So, who won this year? MB&F with the Melchior…

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Baselworld 2015: The Bell & Ross BR03-92 Military Type Pays Tribute to the Military Profession

  As a brand that originated as a team of aircraft control specialists and designers, it should be no surprise that Bell & Ross brings us the all new BR03-92 Military Type, a practical watch for professional use. We’ve seen the BR03 before and this exceptional swiss brand has developed 38 different models. Each distinguished…

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Liquid Time: Introducing the HYT H3 Linear Watch (BaselWorld 2015)

We were among the first to introduce the world to the concept of liquid watches back in 2011 when Vincent Perriard, Founder of HYT (Hydro-Mechanical Timepieces) shared with us his concepts of using liquid for the time indication of a watch. He launched his brand in 2012 at BaselWorld and now, three years later, unveils…

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Fun Fun Fun — Corum Unveils a Limited Edition Bubble Phantom Watch (BaselWorld 2015)

While we are very rushed here at BaselWorld, we couldn’t wait to drop the news: Corum is unveiling a new limited edition Bubble watch! That’s right, this much-coveted, iconic watch  from the year 2000, is making a short return in the form of the a limited edition piece to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the…

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Jacob & Co Unveils New Astronomia Watches and an $18 Millon Watch (BaselWorld 2015)

This year, Jacob & Co. – masters at haute joaillerie watches — once again surprises and delights with a huge array of timepieces that range from complex tourbillons to stunning emerald delights. Last year, the brand released its Astronomia watch — you can read about that here. This year, there are several new renditions —…

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Can Your Watch Withstand Arctic Conditions? The New Tudor North Flag Can (BaselWorld 2015)

Tudor is a brand that is almost synonymous with outdoor activity, from cars to sailing and more. Now, the brand takes the adventurous spirit a step further with the new North Flag collection with in-house-made movement. The line is named for the arctic and Antarctic – extremes of the planet, temperatures and conditions. It was so…

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