Last Chance: Experience Chiming Watches At Jaeger-LeCoultre’s The Sound Maker Exhibit In New York

Jaeger-LeCoultre The Sound Maker exhibit in New York

For those who are looking for something different to do in the tri-state area, look no further than the meat-packing district of New York City where an exceptional exhibit is free to the public and touts the world of haute horology. The  Jaeger-LeCoultre “The Sound Maker” exhibit occupies a corner building at 70-74 Gansevoort Street and…

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Why The Corum Heritage Coin Watch Is Still Collectible

Corum Heritage Coin watch

Founded almost 70 years ago in 1955, Corum has often turned out some of the most creative watches of the 20th century. The brand not only builds the iconic Admiral collection, but also released the ahead-of-its-time Golden Bridge watch and the now-famed Bubble series. One of its smaller collections, though, is also a fan favorite,…

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Why The New Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope Is Destined For Greatness

Omega Chronoscope

Anyone who knows me knows that I love a great Omega chronograph. I even own one or two. We are all well aware of the brand’s incredible history with chronographs, timing of sports events like the Olympics, being involved in the space program and honored with the Snoopy Award, but now, the new Chronoscope brings…

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Don’t Miss The Vacheron Constantin Cory Richards Photography Exhibit, Everest Watches

Vacheron Constantin Overseas Everest chronograph

Vacheron Constantin, which recently celebrated the official opening of its flagship boutique in New York, unveiled a superb art exhibit in the 57th Street store with larger-than-life photos taken by photographer and explorer Cory Richards. It also just released the new Everest Limited Edition watches that are an offshoot of the one-of-a-kind watch Vacheron Constantin…

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IWC On Tour: Big Pilot Road Show A Big Hit

IWC Big Pilot Exhibit

Just a few days ago in California, IWC Schaffhausen hit the road with a huge interactive exhibition that highlights its Big Pilot collection and does so in grand, but appropriate, style. Carting large specially-designed industrial shipping containers painted black from city to city, IWC opens the containers and sets up pop-up exhibits in eight different…

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The Evolving World Of Women’s Watches And Why Watches Shouldn’t Be Labeled

Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36

Time is being recalibrated for women, but maybe not fast enough. If you see a savvy woman wearing a complicated watch, most likely – up until recently – it is a man’s watch. Except for jewelry brands like Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, the designer brands like Chanel, Hermes and Fendi, or fashion-oriented brands, most…

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