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Ralph Lauren Polo Player watch

It was just last year that Ralph Lauren surprised everyone with its newest Polo Player watch — one with horse and polo player front and center on the dial. Now, the brand expands the series with a white lacquer dial and new colors for bezel that range from green to navy blue and brown. They…

Paul Newman’s Rolex Daytona Sells For $5.1 Million At Racing Pulse Auction, Steve McQueen’s Heuer Monaco Gets $2.2 Million

Paul Newman, Big Red

Well it seems that Paul Newman is slightly cooler than Steve McQueen in the auction world — or at least Newman’s Rolex “Big Red” Daytona was in higher demand than the TAG Heuer watch McQueen wore on the last day of filming the movie LeMans. But both of them achieved great prices, and the TAG…

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Why Hublot’s Concrete Jungle New York Watch Made Of Cement Won’t Drop Like A Rock

Hublot Concrete Jungle New York watch

It isn’t the first time a watch has been made of concrete. In fact, for Swiss watch brand Hublot, the newest Concrete Jungle New York watch is its second such creation. The first, released five years ago, had a concrete bezel, but this time, the watch case, dial and bezel are made of cement. Additionally,…

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Introducing The Tutima ‘Flieger Friday’ Chronograph Limited Edition

Tutima Flieger Friday Chronograph

Social media has done a lot to impact buying choices, especially in the watch world. But now, it even influences watch collection names. Lovers of timepieces, especially aviation-inspired watches, are familiar with the hashtag #FliegerFriday, and regularly post images of their favorite pilot watches on that day of the week. Now, German watch brand Tutima…

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Introducing The A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Thin With Sparkling Dial

A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Thin

German watch brand A. Lange  & Sohne has been celebrating its 175thanniversary this year by regularly unveiling new watches that recall its precision watchmaking. From its collection of Homage to F.A. Lange watches to the new Lange 1 Time Zone watch  and more, the brand introduces new strap materials, new dial colors and new pieces.…

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Vacheron Constantin, The Louvre Offer A Unique Experience And Watch

Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers "Bid for the Louvre" watch.

From now until December 15, watch lovers can get bid on a bespoke one-of-a-kind Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinoties watch that is up for auction at the Louvre Museum. Held by the Louve and Christie’s (with the support of Drouot), the “Bid for the Louvre” auction (Dec. 1-15), benefits the Louve Museum in Paris and Vacheron…

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Hands On Watch Review: Corum Romulus 44 Tourbillon

Corum Romulus 44 Tourbillon

It isn’t every day that a journalist on a limited budget gets to spend a couple of weeks wearing a $170,000 watch – let alone an amazing looking watch. However, I got to do exactly that with the Corum Romulus 44mm Tourbillon recently and I have to say I really enjoyed that watch. Not because…

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Hublot Celebrates 40 Years, Unveils Boutique Design By Samuel Ross

Hublot 40th Birthday, Samuel Ross

In a world where many watch brands boast centuries of history, the highly successful Swiss watch brand Hublot is relatively a baby. Founded in 1980 by Carlo Crocco, the brand was the first to use a rubber strap on a luxury 18-karat gold watch. It was revolutionary for the era, especially because the strap was…

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Kross Studio, Warner Bros. Consumer Products Unveil 1989 Batmobile Desk Clock

Batmobile clock

By Gordon Henderson I’m Batman! Who hasn’t uttered the hero’s famous gravelly voiced introduction? Well, now independent design studio and manufacture Kross Studio brings us a little closer to making that greeting a reality with the introduction of the 1989 Batmobile X Kross desk clock that pays homage to what is most likely the most…

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