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Ulysse Nardin, Ocearch

Just a few days ago, a special team of shark researchers and scientists left the waters off of Cape Cod, MA, and headed out to the greater Atlantic Ocean on a two-week expedition to study sharks in their own environment. The expedition, led by Ocearch and supported by Swiss watch brand, Ulysse Nardin, aims to…

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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Affordable Watches:88 Rue Du Rhone – Another New Kid on the Block

Continuing with our affordable Swiss-made watch portion of the week, we bring you the recently launched 88 Rue Du Rhone brand. This affordable Swiss-made collection is created by the Raymond Weil family (the grandsons of Raymond Weil). The name is derived from the most famous street in Geneva that runs along the river that is…

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Watch Education: How does a Quartz Watch Work?

Earlier this year we wrote about the differences between automatic and manual-wind mechanical watches. This week, during our Affordable Watches week, we want to explain the quartz watch. While many of the watches we brought to you this week were actually mechanicals, it is still important to understand what a quartz watch is and how…

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Introducing Tire’d Watch Company’s Rapide

Moving higher up the retail price point of affordable watches this week, we now unveil a new and unusual Swiss-made  watch brand. Definitively opposites – the words Tire’d and Rapide have so much in common. It starts with entrepreneur Edward Cole – an ex-Wall Street guy with a dream to build his own watch. Many of…

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Kenneth Cole New York Launches Watch benefitting amfAR

Continuing with our Affordable Watches week, and recognizing the philanthropic side of time, we bring you a wonderful new timepiece.  Just recently, Kenneth Cole New York, through its watch licensee partner, the Geneva Watch Group, unveiled a special collaboration with amfAR – and released the limited edition “Powered by You” automatic watch.  The watch is…

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Off the Cuff: Affordable Digital Reflex Watches

By Kyle Lyon From the moment I turned it on, the bright blue LED lights blinked with energy. A sense of excitement rushed over me. Surrounded with a gel-like rubber material the shade of a light blue, my digital Reflex watch from Ritmo Mundo made me one of the coolest kids on the block! Compared…

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Patek Philippe New York – Just Like Being in Geneva

Earlier this week, Patek Philippe celebrated the official opening of its new offices and watch service department in New York City. High above Rockefeller Center, with a superb view of the famed skating rink, Thierry Stern, President of Patek Philippe worldwide, and Larry Pettinelli, US President, cut the proverbial ribbon – opening the  doors to stunning…

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