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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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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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin Openworked Watch

Audemars Piguet released the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin Openworked in platinum. This watch was an instant high-end hit and people (especially people here at HODINKEE) loved it. So you can imagine our excitement to see that AP has re-released the Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin, now in yellow gold.  As you may know, Audemars…

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Show You The Piaget Gouverneur Tourbillon Collection

The focal point of the newest collection of timepieces from Swiss Piaget, the Gouverneur, is a magnificent tourbillon wristwatch, among oval and round shapes, as well as top notch timekeeping technology. This particular piece sports a sunburst guilloche decoration on the dial, alongside a 43 millimeter case. These two figures are in fact general characteristics…

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie Tourbillon Chronograph Watch

Swiss Audemars Piguet has been creating some of the most technically interesting watches in their Royal Oak Concept collection for the past couple of years. Last year, they showed off the  Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Laptimer, a highly complicated chronograph with three column wheels that could measure consecutive lap times. And earlier this year, they…

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Presenting The New Aurora Transformer Serise With 46mm Rose Gold Case Fitted With Orange Rubber Strap

The Reef Tiger Aurora Transformer watch, in addition to following the idea of the frontier artist’s works, its functional design also inherited his creative spirit. It is common in the fashion world to make a classic combination of the futuristic Transformer with wristwatch. The Reef Tiger launch of Aurora Transformer wristwatch is not only an…

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Dewitt Skeleton Of Academia: Hypnosis Weight Reverse Seconds Need To Exercise

What’s the betting this windscreen wiper-inspired configuration was inspired during a rainy Genevan traffic jam? DeWitt mens watches latest skeletonized marvel has many features worthy of note. You could start with the neatly balanced design, the 100hrs+ power reserve or the pleasing contrast between the satin-brushed movement against the highly polished case. But the fact is…

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A Luxurious Version Of Louis Moinet Sideralis Inverted Double Tourbillon Watch

Part of a limited series of only 28 units, the new Louis Moinet Sideralis Inverted Double Tourbillon watch is a true watchmaking marvel. Designed to show off a unique look, with two tourbillons rotating in opposite directions, which power up the star mechanism of the Sideralis complication, this watch is also a world’s first, since…

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Hands-On With Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Mens Watch

To some collectors, a watch brand — even one with a proud history — only proves its horological legitimacy when it produce its first tourbillon. Geneva-based Swiss Raymond Weil joins that prestigious club this year, with the release of its extremely limited Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon. Best of all, the watch still manages to…

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TO Introducing You What Is A Tourbillon?

You’ve probably spotted them on countless high-end watches, those diminutive cages spinning gracefully on the dial, referred to as tourbillons. Like a miniature whirling dervish on your wrist, the tourbillon puts on one of the most animated shows in watchmaking allowing you to admire the rotating cage as it twirls before your very eyes. Touted as…

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