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MB&F HM7 Aquapod Platinum Red

It was in 2017 that MB&F unveiled its first HM 7 Aquapod (jellyfish) watch in Titanium Blue that wowed the world . Later variations included Red Gold and Titanium Green variants. Now, the brand unveils this limited edition (25 pieces) horological machine: HM7 Aquapod Platinum Red and it is boldly beautiful.  Blue and green certainly make…

Montblanc Brings 18 Serpents to Life with Boheme ExoTourbillion Watch

Montblanc Boheme Exotouqbillon watch for women.

Ok men, this one is for the women so eat your heart out.  Jus recently, Montblanc unveiled the newest complicated Exotouqbillon watch — and it is geared for women. In fact, it is part of the Boheme collection that was first launched three years ago in 2014, and that has quickly taken female hearts by…

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How Black Watches Get Their Black Color (PVD, DLC, Ceramic)

Black watches get their color from a variety of processes, including DLC, PVD and ceramic or alloys made in black.

Happy Halloween. Typically this is a day we take a look at skull watches, skeleton watches, or serpent watches. However, we opted for a different tact this year — a close up look at how black watches get their black color. As an educational piece, this topic is timeless and is one we answer questions…

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RGM Watch Company Brings 25th Anniversary Watches to WatchTime New York

RGM Model 222-RR box car inspired anniversary watch, made in America.

 Last month, Roland Murphy of RGM watches sponsored a 25th anniversary event at the RGM workshops in Mt. Joy, PA, where guests toured the factory, as well as the nearby NAWCC museum, and were treated to the unveiling of the newest watches made by RGM for the brand’s anniversary. The event was highly attended on…

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IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Sport Edition ’50th Anniversary of Mercedes-AMG’ Makes US Debut at Formula 1 Racing, US Grand Prix at COTA

The IWC Ingenieur Limited Edition 50th Anniversary of Mercedes AMG watch is a 44mm titanium watch with an in-house-made self-winding chronograph caliber.

As a journalist, I get a lot of questions asked of me all the time. It is an unusual twist, because typically I am the one asking the questions. The questions usually revolve around best interviews, best stories and the like. However, I once received the question: “Where was the craziest place you ever conducted…

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Paul Newman Rolex Daytona Sells for $17.775 Million at Phillips Auction

Paul Newman wearing his Rolex Daytona

Last night in a short 12 minutes, a record was set for the Paul Newman Rolex Daytona wristwatch as the highest priced Rolex sold at auction. This was not just any Paul Newman Rolex Daytona — it was the one that actually belonged to the actor and racecar driver. It is the watch that started…

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Top Six Multi-Time-Zone (Travel Time) Watches of 2017, And Our Picks for GPHG 2017

Manufacture Royal ADN Jumping Disk watch is one of our favorite picks for the GPGH 2017 Travel Time category.

Feeling jet lagged from a recent business trip to Arizona, for me the timing for this week’s deep dive into the top six Travel Time watches of 2017, according to the GPHG pre-selection,  couldn’t be more appropriate. The watches that fall into this category are defined as mechanical watches that display time in several  zones,…

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Introducing the Bronze Montblanc 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition 100

The new Montblanc 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition 100 timepiece is inspired by the vintage chronographs of 1930.

With its newest 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition 100 timepiece, Montblanc brings beauty, form and function together nicely. Inspired by the iconic Minerva chronographs from the 1930’s, the newest monopusher chronograph with tachymeter scale on the outer portion of the dial, features a 44mm case crafted of a special bronze alloy. Additionally, the new sunray…

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Top Watch Brands Unveil New Timepieces at WatchTime New York

WatchTime New York 2017

Just last week, the third annual WatchTime New York (2017) show was held at the magnificent Gotham Hall in midtown Manhattan. With more than 30 brands exhibiting watches – many of which had not yet been seen in the United States market– the day-and-a-half show attracted more than 1,200 watch lovers and collectors. This significant…

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Sir Zoltan David Takes Us to the Moon With Pendant Permanently Displayed at Smithsonian Institute

The value of the Zoltan Davis Iris Pendant is about $56,000.

Sir Zoltan David is truly one of the more innovative jewelry makers of today. With a focus on gemstones and intricate metal work, his pieces are genuinely wearable works of art. That may well be why the curators at the Smithsonian Institute have opted to include one of his pieces in a permanent collection there. It…

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