Jaeger-LeCoultre Takes Famed Caliber 101 To New Heights

Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 101

Ok men, while this story is for the women, you should pay attention, too, because it involves one of the most famous watch movements in history: the Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 101. Originally developed in 1929, the Caliber 101 revolutionized fine watchmaking for women because of its remarkable miniaturization. The tiny rectangular movement measured 14mm in length…

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Nomos, Cool Hunting Create Pride Watches, Support The Trevor Project

Nomos, Cool Hunting, The Trevor Project

  In a bright and colorful move, Nomos Glashutte is teaming with 17-year-old design publication Cool Hunting to create a limited edition mechanical watch in support of the global LGBTQI+ community. The new Club Campus 38 Pride watches support the vibrancy of the colors and power of the rainbow and what it represents. Six different…

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Hands On With The Tutima M2 Pioneer

Tutima M2 Pioneer

When it comes to the ultimate sports watch, Tutima’s M2 Pioneer stacks up against the best of the well-known brands – and even has a little more to offer in terms of gutsy looks and top-notch German craftsmanship. Recently, I borrowed the M2 Pioneer and wore it for a week at the beach – in…

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Video: Ulysse Nardin Supports Ocearch Shark Research And Rare Expedition

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…

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