Complication Watches

In-Depth Hands-Up With The Henry Graves Junior. Patek Philippe Super complication

September 1, 2015

Today is an extremely large day for all of us Swiss Best Patek Philippe enthusiasts – it’s the day this great Genevan company will unveil its celebratory watches because of its 175th birthday. I’m in Geneva to pay for this in more detail once the curtain lifts later tonight, but prior to getting to that […]

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Hunting the earth for Vintage Designs

August 26, 2015

PARIS – Customers of vintage watches are from time to time faced with nasty surprises, finding, for example, the timepiece they bought is inauthentic or damaged, or that it’s going to be very costly to fix. “The market is stuffed with fake vintage watches,” mentioned Pierre Rainero, the director of image, style and heritage at […]

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IWC Pilot’s Watch Worldtimer Review

August 24, 2015

Swiss IWC loves to focus every year on a single of their watch families. While now that we know that 2013 may be the year from the Ingénieur, with assorted models already introduced, this past year was the entire year from the Pilot. With this came various small changes and updates to the legendary Large […]

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Offshore Chronograph Cermet Watch Hands-On

August 15, 2015

We lately featured a unique hands-on consider the new for 2013 Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual calendar watch. I was excited both through the cost and appearance of this sexy and slim perpetual calendar using its classic design. That watch symbolized among the three support beams which we say is the talents of Jaeger-LeCoultre like a […]

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Hometime Aston Martin. A Really Nice Understated Dual Time Complication.

August 14, 2015

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Hometime Aston Martin ref. 162847N is possibly probably the most elegant and understated dual time complications available. Using its Aston Martin-inspired design, this watch includes a slim satin-blown finished stainless situation calculating 40 mm across that wears relatively more compact around the wrist. The timepiece is extremely nice quite helpful for individuals […]

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3 Jubilee Watch

August 13, 2015

At SIHH 2013, probably the most exclusive from the really many exclusive new Jaeger-LeCoultre watches would be a latest version from the famous Gyrotourbillon. I do not think it is precisely what lots of Gyrotourbillon fans were expecting given its go back to a really classical attitude and elegance, but it’s a really new Gyrotourbillon […]

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The Worth Proposition the Astonishing, Incredible, And Semi-Affordable, Atmos Clock from Jaeger-LeCoultre

August 5, 2015

Because the current new guy at HODINKEE, it provides me no small pleasure introducing – I ought to say, re-introduce – a classic reader’s favorite: The worth Proposition. It’s been in hiatus for a while but you’ve requested us frequently to create it back, so we took in. In Value Proposition we provide you with […]

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Bell & Ross BR 01 Tourbillon Watch

August 3, 2015

Watch manufacture Bell & Ross was established in 1992 and it has developed a great status for creating authentic and superbly detailed pilot’s watches. The organization is headed by French/Swiss watch designer Bruno Belamich and entrepreneur Carlos Rosillo. The BR 01 series, which the Bell & Ross BR 01 Tourbillon is among the top end […]

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Burberry offers its inspections on a variety of skeleton zed and gemstone-studded pieces

August 1, 2015

The British brand’s watches – created by a united states the watch making industry group – gamble around the Swiss Made label as well as on developing its in-house production. The dials from the pieces within the Burberry’s Britain Icon Check Collection feature exactly the same signature inspections the brand uses around the lining from […]

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Coast Ladies’ Complicated Watches: Old Technology, New Enhancements

July 29, 2015

“Is the moon-phase?” Following a offered-out New You’ll be able to City premiere of David Armstrong’s documentary The Watchmaker’s Apprentice, several watch fans collected at Distilled in TriBeCa. Another collector clicked up my wrist. She switched it around to look into the dial of my watch. “I thought you’re wearing a moon-phase,” she mentioned. I […]

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