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Vacheron Constantin Tribute to Great Civilizations Collection with the Louvre

Standing inside the world famous Louvre in Paris, it’s nearly impossible to take in the depth,  breadth and scope of the art within these walls. From the Greek and Roman sculptures to Leonardo da Vinci‘s Mona Lisa and other famed paintings as well as the Egyptian, Asian and Islamic art, we are immediately reminded of…

Hands On with the Greubel Forsey GMT

This Greubel Forsey GMT , which was first unveiled to the world last year and is now in production, was three years in the making. The watch offers a 24-second Tourbillon and a rotating globe with universal time display, 24 time zone world-time display, summer time indicator, world time disk with summer time zones and…

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Introducing the Urwerk UR-EMC Finished Watch with Built-in Intelligence

Recently, we brought you the news about the new EMC movement by Urwerk. You can read the details here, but essentially this 100 percent mechanical movement incorporates its own integrated intelligence. Today, in Geneva, Urwerk officially unveiled the UR-EMC watch that houses this unique movement that was a long journey for its watchmakers and engineers.…

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Equestrian Inspirations

Before the advent of automobiles, many of today’s luxury watchmakers were saddlers and leather goods specialists. Others simply grew up in the world where equestrian involvement was all encompassing, and they quickly recognized a need to  outfit the rider and horse lover.  Today, top watch brands embrace the equestrian world with design accents that tell their…

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Crossbow Smartwatch Pre-Buy

It’s official. The Hyetis Crossbow Smartwatch is available for sale in a pre-buy offer. The price is steep — $1,200. But, look at what you get. A smartwatch with built-in 41 megapixel “life camera” to record your moves and emotions. Billing itself as Swiss made and housing a mechanical movement, the watch offers a host…

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Around the World: New York’s Ferrari Rally

If you were lucky enough to be in New York today, it was a wonderful sight. Ferrari hosted a rally from New York’s Battery Park to Bridgehampton on the East End of Long Island to mark the close of Bridghampton Polo. More than 60 models of this grand Italian performance car joined the Tributo Ferrari,…

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A look at the Dubey & Schaldenbrand R92 Column Wheel Chronograph

Independent watchmaker Dubey & Schaldenbrand is a company that prides itself on blending history and current day. As such, it has proudly curated treasured movements from the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s that it then utilizes in its newest creations. Now, this manufacture has done it again with the Grand Dôme R92. This limited-edition chronograph combines…

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One for the Road: Armin Strom Racing Tourbillon

We’ve written about Armin Strom before – and how this brand utilizes actual reconfigured auto racing parts on its Racing Tourbillon watch. Now, in honor of its third season as the official timing partner of the Marussia F1 Team, Armin Strom unveils the newest RACING TOURBILLON model – created in a limited edition of just…

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Wow Wednesday, Wonderful Women’s Watches: Extravaganza from Bedat & Co.

It’s been a long summer – one filled with watches that go where you go – from the beaches to boats, hiking, camping and just plain outdoor fun. Now, in anticipation of fall – we bring you a couple of Wow watches for women. These are timepieces that utilize style and grace, and exude beauty…

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One of the World’s Most Unique Watch Concepts — Astrological Watches: SEAH® Brings Personality to the Wrist

We’ve written about this Swiss-made brand before. We’ve even reviewed these timepieces. Incredibly well made and beautifully crafted for men and women, SEAH® watches hold a full patent for their unique design. The watches are all inspired in design by astrology, and offer the wearer a quiet, personal statement. This year the brand (whose name…

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