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Tutima Flieger Chronograph

German watch brand Tutima has a rich history in creating pilot and aviation watches. Now, the brand brings its expertise to a more affordable collection of sporty Flieger watches. Just in time for the holiday gift-giving season. Several versions of the new Tutima Flieger watches are being offered, including one with a bold green gradient…

Video: Rolf Studer, CEO of Oris, Explains Big Crown ProPilot X Caliber 115 Watch

Oris Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre 115 watch

Back in June during the Couture Time show, Oris brought me behind a black curtain in its exhibition space and showed me a top-secret virtual reality movie of its soon-to-be-released watch: the Big Crown ProPilot X Caliber 115 watch. It was a blend of a James Bond-like secret mission to go behind the curtains and…

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A. Lange & Sohne Unveils Odysseus – First New Watch Collection In A Decade

A. Lange & Sohne Odysseus

German watch brand A. Lange  & Sohne unveils its first all-new watch collection in 10 years (since the Zeitwerk came out in 2009). The Odysseus is packed with a host of firsts for the brand. To begin with, this sixth collection is the brand’s first steel watch in regular production. It is also the brand’s…

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Close Up: Vacheron Constantin Historiques Cornes de Vache 1955 in Steel

Vacheron Constantin Cornes de Vache 1955 Stainless Steel watch.

Marking a first for Vacheron Constantin (well almost), the brand recently unveiled its  Histories Cornes de Vache 1955 watch in stainless steel. It is the first time the brand has created this historical incarnation in steel (with the exception of a limited edition piece it created for Hodinkee).  Retailing for $39,800, the watch is a…

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Hands On: Corum Golden Bridge 43 Art Deco, In Stores Now

Corum Golden Bridge 43 Round Art Deco

This past summer, we here at ATimeyPerspective were the first to break the news of an all-new Corum Golden Bridge watch that the company quietly released. Thanks to a unique formation of a vertical baguette movement, two suspension points and skinny cables, the watch is truly incredible. Now that it is out in stores, we…

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What SIHH Gains From Huge Show Changes, Name Change to Watches & Wonders Geneva

SIHH, Watches & Wonders Geneva

Billing its announcement of a new show name and new format as the largest move the former SIHH (Salon International de la Hate Horlogerie)  has made in its history, show organizers FHH (Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie) may be spot on.  Now calling the exhibit Watches & Wonders Geneva, and giving it a two-prong approach…

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See Watches Never Before Seen In The United States At WatchTime NY 2019

Zenith El Primero A386 platinum watch

For those who love to immerse themselves in the world of watches – and today, that is a strong number – WatchTime New York exhibition returns this year to Manhattan for a fifth rendition. The show, which takes place October 25-26 at the landmark Gotham Hall, this year boasts a record 37 participating brands.  Open…

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Oris Launches Movember Watch, Partners With Yankees Manager Aaron Boone

Oris Movember Chronoris

Oris is a brand we write about often here for several reasons. To begin with, the watches are very well made in terms of both technical and aesthetic design. It also offers phenomenal quality to value ratios. Additionally, this Swiss brand — founded in 1904 — is independently owned (and operated by some very nice…

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Greubel Forsey Unveils Landmark Watch: Hand Made 1

Greubel Forsey Hand Made 1

For the first time in more than a century and a half, a new timepiece will be on the market the is totally hand made, with 95 percent of its components carved by hand and using only hand-operated tools. The Greubel Forsey Hand Made 1 almost puts today mechanical watchmaking (with CNC machines and many parts…

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