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WatchTime New York 2021 Takes Place Next Weekend Live At Gotham Hall

WatchTime New York 2021

It is the moment we have all been waiting for: live watch shows instead of digital shows. The first big one starts next weekend in New York City when, on October 22, 2021, through October 24   the WatchTime New York show takes place at Gotham Hall. Postponed in 2020 due to Covid-19, this year, the…

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Everything You Need To Know About Rolex Sea-Dweller Watches

Rolex Sea-Dweller Deep Sea

(Updated on October 4, 2021) Long considered the epitome of dive watches, the Rolex Sea-Dweller watch is one of the most sought after timepieces for professional divers, recreational divers and watch collectors thanks to its excellence, precision and high-tech materials. Interest piqued? Don’t get too exctied because thanks to these features, and the high demand…

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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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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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Horological Society of New York Opens First USA Chronometer Certification Process

HSNY Develops Chronometer Certification Program in America

Those familiar with the watch industry are aware that America has had a long and storied past in the world of watchmaking. Centuries ago, top brands like Hamilton, Elgin, Waltham, Bulova and others began making watches in various cities across the country. Unfortunately, most of  the businesses eventually closed their doors or were sold to…

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Bulova And Veteran Watch Journalist Roberta Naas Talk About Watches, Collecting And More

Bulova is headquartered in the Empire State Building

Bulova has a long and storied past in watchmaking, particularly in the United States, where it was founded. Over the years, the brand has morphed and evolved, like all brands, and today it is all about recalling its past but with a true vision toward the future. The brand remains dedicated to its famed “Bulova…

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