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TAG Heuer Carrera Silver 160 Years Limited Edition watch

It’s a big year for TAG Heuer as the Swiss watch brand celebrates 160 years. While there will be a host of events and new products to commemorate this big birthday, one of the first is the unveiling of the new Carrera 160 Years Silver Limited edition watch based on an iconic design from the…

Timeless Gifts for Dads and Grads: 6 Sensational Watches

This weekend is your last full weekend to shop for Father’s Day, which is just over a week away. Additionally, those with teens graduating this month may be interested in giving them the gift of time – in the form of a fantastic watch. Here, we bring you a collection of six sensational timepieces perfect…

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Horror and Horology: Richard Mille Watches Plagued by Red Demon, White Demon

By Gordon Henderson Since he started in the watch world, Richard Mille has been different. With visionary forethought, he was among the first of the independent watch brands to create three-dimensional architecturally advanced timepieces. He was among the first to integrate truly high-tech materials and unusual complexities. Now, Richard Mille is obsessed with demons. As…

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Affordable Watches: Longines Heritage Diver Watch Reaches New Depths

By Ryan Walsh Summer is finally around the corner, and with it comes a wealth of water activities, including diving. This year, Longines introduces its Heritage Diver that is a re-issue of 1970’s diver watches it once produced and pays tribute to the underwater adventurer. These are truly intriguing watches – and one does not…

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H. Moser & Cie Watches: Is H. Moser as Rare as it Claims?

There’s an independent, family-run Swiss watch business that is somewhat of a secret to the world: H. Moser & Cie. This entrepreneurial brand has roots that date back centuries – but current production that dates back only a decade. Still, this is one brand that warrants a close-up look at its Manufacture abilities and end…

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The Devil is in the Details of the new Panerai Luminor Marina 8 Days Acciaio, and the Price is Heavenly

By Gordon Henderson New and exclusive to the North American market is the Panerai Luminor Marina 8 Days Acciaio. Vintage watch lovers, those with an appreciation for military pieces, and especially Paneristis will need to take a close look at this North American exclusive – as it has a lot to offer in terms of…

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Audemars Piguet Watches Supports Broadway and the 2014 Tony Awards

The Tony Awards – Where Stars Align – is the Oscars of the live stage – where plays, musicals, revivals, actors, actresses, song writers and even choreographers are honored for their work. This year, with the 68th Tony Awards, the nominee lineup is superb. Hosting the event, is actor Hugh Jackman, Tony Award winner, Academy…

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Collectors’ Corner: A Passion for Rolex Watches … Meet The Tick

By Josef Vann, Las Vegas collector  I’m the publisher of both Vegas magazine and Wynn magazine and live in Las Vegas. This means that I’m in and around the best in travel/tourism, incredible restaurants, exhilarating entertainment, and jewelry and, of course, the best watches in the world… all in 2.5 mile radius. Additionally, during both…

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HYT Watches: Hands On with the HYT H1 Iceberg Watch at TimeCrafters 2014 (slideshow)

We love HYT watches. It’s that simple – except they are anything but simple. HYT watches are all about hydro-mechanics – the blending of fluid and mechanical precision for unrivaled innovation in timekeeping indication. This brand — the brainchild of Vincent Perriard, watch veteran – is now in its first full year of watch production.…

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Affordable Watches: Introducing Ferragamo Watches and the 1898 Sport Watch

By Ryan Walsh      Known for the classic appeal and style that reflect the codes of the designer Maison whose name it bears, Salvatore Ferragamo Watches is all about elegance and sophistication. Now, the brand delves into the sport diving realm with the impressive Swiss-made 1898 Sport Watch. With this timepiece, it’s not extravagant…

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Incomparable Watchmaking: Jaeger-LeCoultre Watches Hybris Artistica (slide show)

Every once in a while, we are wowed in the watch industry by technology, creative invention and the spirit of the arts. Thankfully, this happens more often than not lately thanks to the innovative and free spirited thinking prevalent in today’s watch world. Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of experiencing first-hand one such demonstration…

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