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Turn your watches and clocks ahead by one hour at 2:00 this Sunday morning for the start of Daylight Saving Time. (Photo: R. Naas)

OK folks, get your wallets out. Today — June 19 —  is National Watch Day. That’s right … National Watch Day. I believe its origin lies with Nordstrom, which — about four years ago — coined the term. While the original concept was to celebrate the history and design of watchmaking, it was truly most…

Car watches – Hublot / Ferrari Team Works Magic

We opened this week with a feature about the newest Ferrari and Lamborghini cars just unveiled in Geneva. Now, we want to introduce you to the cool new Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Red Magic Carbon timepiece – because at just $32,100 retail it is a lot more attainable than the car. What’s more- you don’t…

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Masters Time

Last week we introduced you to the all new Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual calendar watch. Offered in 18-karat rose gold, 18-karat white gold, or in stainless steel for just under $20,000 – this may well be the must-have watch for the brand this year. However, we do want to revisit the brand’s alluring Duometre (dual-wing)…

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Off the Cuff: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Lady Quartz

Usually we review complicated watches, and a lot of men’s watches. Today, though, we take a look at the stunning Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ladies’ quartz watch because – guess what – Mother’s Day is less than two months away and now is the time for women to consider what you want to ask for,…

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Introducing the Time Pyramid from Arnold & Son

British-born brand, Arnold & Son, which now produces top-quality Swiss-made watches mindful of its British heritage, unveils a totally new watch movement with unique architecture and technical sophistication. The Time Pyramid wristwatch features a skeletonized pyramid-shaped regulator movement in vertical linear format that seems to float between the  sapphire crystal and caseback. Part of the…

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Weekend Sojourn: Ferrari vs. Lamborghini — Still Racing it out after 50 Years

By Ryan Walsh After the 83rd Geneva Auto show last week – the biggest car show of the year —  many new machines are getting a lot of attention. Top among them are two brands about which many dream. Let’s face it, anyone who loves cars has, at some point in time, aspired to own…

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A Close-up Look at Richard Mille’s RM 011

Recently, we had some time to spend with extremely alluring Richard Mille timepieces of distinction. This particular Richard Mille watch made heads turn thanks to its trendy colors and technical savvy. Richard Mille has been the principal partner of the Le Mans Classic since 2002, and this watch reflects that relationship and more. The RM 011 Automatic…

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Introducing Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual–Under $20,000!

Ok so here we are in Las Vegas at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique at the Wynn for the unveiling of a top-secret timepiece. It is an amazing Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar! This watch is a winner for sure! It marks the first time the brand unveils a perpetual calendar in such an ultra-thin piece. In fact,…

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Complicated Watches: MB&F Unveils Horological Machine HM4 Final Edition

As with most pieces Max Busser and MB&F releases – the new HM4 Final Edition is a work of complex artistry and excellence. The bold watch takes direct inspiration from stealth aircraft. It also marks the end of an era for the brand. When the original HM4 Thunderbolt was launched three years ago, MB&F insisted…

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Complicated Watches: Harry Winston’s Histoire de Tourbillon 4

This year marks the fourth year that the esteemed Harry Winston brand releases the Histoire de Tourbillon – this time the Histoire de Tourbillon 4 — one of the most complex mechanical timekeepers. The watch boasts a triple-axis tourbillon design to ensure that the tourbillon escapement is always in a different position and, hence, offering…

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Blancpain and 3-Star Michelin Chef, Humm, at Eleven Madison Park

Many of the world’s top watch brands align themselves with top chefs. The relationship seems natural – fine dining, fine watches. Blancpain and three-Michelin-star chef Daniel Humm see it as more of a similarity of arts. “Creating great meals is an art,” said Humm at a private dinner with Blancpain at Eleven Madison Park. Humm…

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