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Linde Werdelin x Black Badger Oktopus Blue Sea watch

There is just no other way to put it: if you are into lime on a watch — you are going to love the newest collaboration between Linde Werdelin and James Thompson of Black Badger: the Oktopus Blue Sea. This watch pushes all the boundaries when it comes to luminescence — going through five full…

Understanding Tag Heuer’s New Carrera MikroPendulum Concept Watch

In BaselWorld last month, TAG Heuer did what it usually does – unveiled a concept watch. This time it was the extremely avant-garde TAG Heuer Carrera MikroPendulumS Concept watch.   Of course, it also unveiled the TAG Heuer Carrera MikroPendulum 100th of a second Chronograph.  Confused?  We’ll try to explain. In the world of haute horlogerie…

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Experience Fancy Yellow Diamond Flower Rings by Rahaminov

Rahaminov Diamonds — a privately owned company located in  Los Angeles – is an internationally renowned wholesale diamond purveyor that specializes in exquisitely cut fancy colored diamonds and features beautiful and rare center cut stones in a variety of award-winning jewelry designs. These unique jewelry creations are proudly made in the USA. This weekend ,…

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Four Hot New Rolex Colors for the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date (with original pictures and prices))

A few weeks ago, we wrote about the recent watch auctions. In one of them, a decades-old bold lemon-yellow dialed Rolex was a top seller. For years, Rolex has been creating great, colorful dials that catch the eye. This year is no exception. In its Oyster Perpetual Day-Date series, the brand has unveiled new 36mm…

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2(X)IST Watches Make World Debut at Couture 2013

Last night in Las Vegas before the start of the Couture and JCK shows, we went zip-lining with  2(X)ist. Afterward, we joined award winning product and transportation designer, Jason Wilbur, as he unveiled his newest timepiece venture with 2 (X)ist.  Hot on the heels of his previous creation — the made in USA Devon Tread 1 watch…

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Introducing Urwerk’s Mechanical Watch That Lets the Wearer Monitor the Precision

A young brand,  Urwerk has nonetheless made incredible inroads in the world of fine watchmaking mechanics and innovation thanks in great part to the brand’s signature satellite complications. Urwerk’s research and development department embraces an anti-establishment sprit – and as such has developed the concept for a mechanical timepiece with integrated intelligence—called EMC. “The interaction…

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10 Hot Watches with Blue Dials from BaselWorld 2013 (slideshow)

Jacquet Droz Grande Seconde Quanteime

Blue. It has long been the color associated with royalty and regal beauty. The color of earth’s great sapphires, the oceans and the sky – blue is also a much coveted color when found on watch dials. This year, we found many gorgeous blue dials in an array of hues. Here we bring you 10…

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Introducing Clifton GMT from Baume & Mercier

For the busy traveler who wants time in two zones at his fingertips, Baume & Mercier answers the demand – and does so in style.  The Swiss watch brand with 183 years of history and tradition, unveils the retro-styled Clifton GMT. Two styles are being released of the 43mm brushed satin-finished steel watch. One features…

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Tutima Celebrates Heritage – Fliegers, NATOs, Saxon One and Patria

Tutima is a prime example of a small family owned business that has taken firm hold of its roots and quietly and consistently moved full steam ahead. This German brand has long been associated with pilot’s watches (almost since its 1927 inception) — building strong and reliable instruments for decades.  A couple of years ago,…

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