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Top 10 Modern Pocket Watches And How to Wear Them
19 Aug 2019
Top 10 Modern Pocket Watches And How to Wear Them
Does anyone seriously consider getting a pocket watch in the XXI century? On the first thought, the answer seems obvious. But if you consider the amount of practical reasons in your love for luxury wristwatches – spoiler: there’re none – and count all those times you’ve tried to find a timepiece not looking like the watches of all your buddies, chances are, you won’t be so sure.
Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 10: Fantastic Four
1 Aug 2019
Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 10: Fantastic Four
You’ve seen four balances in one watch, two double toubillons in one watch, and even three tourbillons spinning upon a carousel. It’s about time to witness four independent tourbillons in one watch!
TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition
16 Jun 2019
TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition
Another version of a luxury smart-watch by the Swiss brand, now specially aimed at the golf aficionados. And there’s a new dedicated app too.
Ressence Type 2: Looking Forward
17 May 2019
Ressence Type 2: Looking Forward
Last year’s concept connecting a mechanical movement with the benefits of your smartphone is now in full-fledged production.
Greubel Forsey GMT Quadruple Tourbillon: When Two Mega-watches Collide
28 Apr 2019
Greubel Forsey GMT Quadruple Tourbillon: When Two Mega-watches Collide
The new piece obviously inherits much of its highlights from the GMT Earth and the Quadruple Tourbillon, however it wouldn’t be a Greubel Forsey without some crazy cool extras.
Czapek Sands of Time: Not Your Usual Hourglass
17 Apr 2019
Czapek Sands of Time: Not Your Usual Hourglass
Joining forces with the Czech glassmakers from Moser, the watch brand delivers a rather unexpected, yet extremely stylish desktop time measuring instrument.
Richard Mille RM 07-01 Carbon TPT: Familiar Watch – Revolutionary Bracelet 
1 Apr 2019
Richard Mille RM 07-01 Carbon TPT: Familiar Watch – Revolutionary Bracelet 
The new ladies’ timepiece introduces some stunning bracelet technology, with a typical Richard Mille over-the-top specs.
Ulysse Nardin Freak neXt: A glimpse of the future?
7 Mar 2019
Ulysse Nardin Freak neXt: A glimpse of the future?
With a concept watch featuring a flying oscillator, Ulysse Nardin once again proves to be a true beacon of silicium technology in modern watchmaking.
H. Moser & Cie. Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black: A Sound of Time
10 Feb 2019
H. Moser & Cie. Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black: A Sound of Time
Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black is a minimalistic culmination from H. Moser & Cie. manufacture. After removing both logo and indices from the dial of its Concept models, it now presents a watch with no hands at all. The glossy black dial features a one-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o'clock and so its rectangular case with rounded corners looks like a smart watch on standby.
Christophe Claret Angelico: Not your typical fusee
4 Feb 2019
Christophe Claret Angelico: Not your typical fusee
In 2019, Christophe Claret is celebrating a double anniversary: the 30th anniversary of his manufacture and the 10th anniversary of his brand. The watchmaker is enriching his collection of traditional complication watches with a limited-edition anniversary model combining a tourbillon with a long detent escapement and a cable-type fusee transmission system.
TAG Heuer presents the very first watch with a carbon hairspring
31 Jan 2019
TAG Heuer presents the very first watch with a carbon hairspring
Carrera Calibre Heuer 02T Tourbillon Nanograph mixes bold designs, a tourbillon, and a chonograph with something that theoretically can become the next big thing in watchmaking. At least, this is what a whole team of TAG Heuer mathematicians, physicists and chemists behind the piece are sure of.
Starting from scratch: The Ins and Outs of Engraving
29 Jan 2019
Starting from scratch: The Ins and Outs of Engraving
Hand engraving enjoys quite a special status among the variety of watch decorations techniques. An exquisite pattern on a dial or a case makes brings your mechanical piece of art to a whole new level. And you don’t have to be a horology expert to understand its beauty.