Let Us Review The Chopard Mille Miglia GTS Automatic & Chopard Mille Miglia GTS Power Control Watch

Since 1988, Swiss Chopard is the official timekeeper and sponsor of the Mille Miglia, an open-road endurance race which took place in Italy and that has been reborn as a race for classic and vintage cars since 1977. To celebrate this partnership, Chopard has created a collection of watches that became the brand’s sports watches…

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A Complete Guidebook On Angelus U21 Tourbillon & U22 Tourbillon Watches

I recently realized that I have been attracted to just about every watch Angelus has released since 2015, when the revitalized brand reintroduced itself with a totally new identity. Now under La Joux-Perret (owned by Citizen), Angelus men’s watch has emerged as the more modern, flirting-with-futurism sibling of Arnold & Son. Announced at Baselworld 2017…

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A Complete Guidebook On Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic True Seconds Watch

Swiss Jaeger-LeCoultre released the Geophysic True Seconds in the autumn of 2015, following the revival of the Geophysic name the year before, attached to a handsome triplet of limited edition watches that channelled the “atomic age” instrumental aesthetic of the original – a watch that travelled on nuclear submarines and adorned the wrists of scientists…

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A Complete Guidebook On OMEGA Seamaster ‘Edizione Venezia’ Men’s Watch

Swiss OMEGA is unveiling a new collection of Seamaster “Edizione Venezia” watches, and they will be sold exclusively in the beautiful city of Venice. The story of the collection began in the 1950’s, when Venice provided the inspiration for one of OMEGA’s most famous symbols. On a visit to the city, a member of OMEGA’s…

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A Complete Guidebook On Breitling Avenger Bandit Watch

Bandits straight ahead at Baselworld this year.Swiss Breitling will be unveiling the new Avenger Bandit pilot’s watch at the world’s premier watch show. With its 45mm titanium case, its gray ‘stealth’ look, its ‘Military rubber’ strap and its high-performance mechanical movement, embodies daring feats and extreme missions. Capturing the spirit of naval aviation, the watch…

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Detailed Review With The Jacob & Co. Astronomia Sky Watch

The Astronomia family of tourbillons are Jacob & Co’s own unique take on creating an astronomical complication. Typically, they’re not intended to be highly accurate representations of actual astronomical cycles (the most sophisticated example of a watch that does that is, right now, probably Vacheron Constantin’s Celestia). Rather, they’re a kind of kinetic sculpture for…

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A Luxurious Version Of Girard-Perregaux Laureato Skeleton Watch

This latest addition to the Laureato family extends the appeal of the octagonal-bezel collection as Girard-Perregaux reaches out to collectors who enjoy their mechanical movements skeletonized and fully decorated. You may recall that last year Girard-Perregaux celebrated its 225th anniversary in part by re-introducing its Girard-Perregaux Laureato Skeleton Watch, the brand’s groundbreaking 1970s steel watch,…

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Hands-On With Bell & Ross Watch BR 03 92 Phantom Men’s Watch

With their distinctive square shaped cases and high quality movements, Bell and Ross watches are a must have for any watch collector. This Swiss Bell & Ross BR 03 92 Phantom watch follows the brand’s four fundamental principles: legibility, functionality, precision and reliability. It’s striking 42mm matte black ceramic case is a comfortable size for…

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Hublot And The Watch Gallery Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Red

The Swiss Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Red marks the fourth such limited-edition timepiece between the Swiss watchmaker and UK retailer, which owns four standalone stores and also operates the watch department of Selfridges. The duo’s past Hublot Classic Fusion Watch co-creations have sold out in weeks, such as last year’s elegant three-hand automatic (£8,200)…

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