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This week we offer a quick look at watch complications from a beginner’s viewpoint. For the past few months we have gotten  a lot of questions about watch complications and how to just get the basics down. So here, we offer watch education for a true novice. This week: What is a chronograph? What is…

Introducing the Omega De Ville Tourbillon Co-Axial Master Chronometer

central tourbillon watches, anti-magnetic watches, Omega De Ville Co-Axial Tourbillon Master Chronometer

Today, Omega unveils its first first manual-winding central tourbillon movement with Co Axial escapement and antimagnetic properties and Master Chronometer certification. It is a big leap for a brand used to taking big leaps in time. The movement the new watch — the Omega De Ville Tourbillon Co-Axial Master Chronometer — is particularly alluring thanks to…

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What Oris, World Oceans Day And the Coral Restoration Foundation Have In Common

Coral Restoration Foundation, Oris

Today, June 8, is World Oceans Day — a time when countries all around the world put a focus on our oceans and the sea life that is endangered. Recently, I wrote a comprehensive article about watch brands that are working to save the world’s oceans and life therein — from sharks to manta rays…

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Introducing The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Memovox Timer

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Memovox Timer

Since its inception in 1833, Swiss  watch brand Jaeger-LeCoultre has been driven by a passion for innovation, and has regularly set new standards in the watch industry. Easily one of its most beloved and iconic lines is the Memovox, which is today part of the Master Control collection.Today, the brand unveils two new Memovox watches…

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Hands On With Both H. Moser x MB&F Collaboration Watches

H. Moser x MB&F collaboration

Earlier today, two top independent Swiss watch brands, MB&F and H. Moser & Cie., announced the fruits of their recent collaboration: two new watches with some shared DNA. I wrote about the watches today on my column on Forbes.com, and bring that story to you below. Additionally, I add the technical specs for each of…

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Introducing The Tag Heuer Connected Golf Edition Watch

Tag Heuer Connected Gold Edition Watch

One of the last events I attended before the shut-down of New York City was the TAG Heuer launch of the brand’s newest Connected Watch. I had the chance to speak one-on-one to TAG Heuer’s Chief Strategy and Digital Officer, Frederic Arnault, about the new watch. He intimated that some new apps would be forthcoming.…

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Hands On Watch Review: Reservoir Battlefield D-Day Watch (Video)

Reservoir Battlefield D-Day watch

There are several different stories going on in this article, that include a tribute to D-Day (this Saturday, June 6, 2020) and to the heroes who fought for our freedom, as well as a watch review of the Reservoir Battlefield D-Day watch, and a little more. Reservoir is a Swiss brand located in La Chaux-de-Fonds…

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Introducing the Zenith Defy 21 Ultraviolet Chronograph With Violet Movement

Zenith Defy 21 Ultraviolet Chronograph

If you love purple, Zenith has the watch for you. The Swiss watch brand is calling it violet — the ultimate end of the color spectrum (think Roy G. Biv). After violet, the next highest frequency of light is the invisible ultraviolet light. By taking this extreme color and pairing it with Zenith’s highest frequency…

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Louis Moinet, Master At Uniqueness, Unveils Memoris Scarab Wings Watch

Louis Moinet Memoris Scarab Wings Watch

On its recently revamped website, in the “tomorrow” section,  Swiss independent watch brand Louis Moinet writes: “A meteorite unique in the world has just landed in the Ateliers Louis Moinet, more than 150 years after its discovery. This extraterrestrial material will be the heroine of a one-of-a-kind creation telling a truly extraordinary story.” The thing is, if…

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Are You Lucky Enough To Own A Tutima Limited Edition Promotion Watch?

Tutima

Recently, I was going through my watch drawers — reflecting on some of the fun and serious watches I have owned over the years. It’s hard to believe the timepieces in my early collection. Some are worth drooling over and others will raise eyebrows. However, I have three that made me smile: Tutima Limited Edition…

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