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  • Graham Chronofighter Vintage Watch...
    Posted by Zen Love on 23/07/2016 at 07:01

    Easily the Graham brand's most emblematic look is that of the Chronofighter watches which almost resemble wrist-grenades thanks to their distinctive chronograph "triggers." This year, the design is 15 years old, and that birthday brings us this […]

  • In-Depth: Five Of The Absolute Best...
    Posted by Benjamin Clymer on 22/07/2016 at 16:29

    I went to the bank this morning to take out some cash, dripping in the kind of sweat you see only in New York City in July. If you know what I'm talking about, I'm sorry. If you don't, trust me, you're better off. While I was there, I thought to […]

  • Hands-On: The Arnold & Son Golden...
    Posted by Jack Forster on 22/07/2016 at 15:29

    There are a number of interesting things about writing about watches from Arnold & Son these days.  The company is owned by Citizen Holdings, which owns (among other things) Citizen Watches, and Bulova, as well as the Swiss movement […]

  • BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends...
    Posted by Kenny Yeo on 22/07/2016 at 15:00

    In this round-up, we ask the million dollar question: Is a Tudor as good as a Rolex? Can it really be a substitute? To answer the question, we decided to take a close look at the Tudor Heritage Black Bay and the mighty Rolex Submariner side by […]

  • The Archimede Outdoor Protect Gets...
    Posted by Ilya Ryvin on 22/07/2016 at 13:48

    With its solid German build, clean looks, and palatable price tag, the Archimede Outdoor Protect is one heck of a watch. We gave it a glowing review when it was first released as the Outdoor, and we revisited the watch when Archimede upped the ante […]

  • Bring a Loupe: A Full Set Tropical,...
    Posted by Louis Westphalen on 22/07/2016 at 13:40

    This week, our selection comes from both reputable dealers, and a lot of eBay hunting. Hence, the diversity of watches, from a $20,000+ full set Rolex Explorer to an unusual $500 Concord Mariner SG. You will see also see two Minervas, illustrating […]

  • Chronographs for Collectors – The...
    Posted by Balázs Ferenczi on 22/07/2016 at 07:34

    Chronographs for Collectors Not all watch books are the same. You have the ones commissioned or written by the brand about the brand. These are usually very interesting to read with tons of photos, old newspaper ads and extracts. But also often lack […]

  • Car & Watch Review: Superformance...
    Posted by David Bredan on 22/07/2016 at 07:01

    Did you know that famed car designer Carroll Shelby had a serious heart condition that made him heavily dependent on nitroglycerin pills – and/or a reliable source of adrenalin to keep his heart beating? And that to keep himself off the […]

  • TAG Heuer Sydney flagship store first...
    Posted by Pip Coates on 22/07/2016 at 01:02

    Developed by TAG Heuer’s in-house design and architectural team in Switzerland, the new Westfield boutique in Sydney CBD presents a new look and feel that underscores four areas of expression: sport, lifestyle, art and heritage. Described […]

  • German brand Sinn unveils...
    Posted by Pip Coates on 22/07/2016 at 00:58

    Led by a new model 103 Ti IFR pilot watch for professional applications, Sinn has announced a brace of new models tested and certified to the rigorous German DIN 8330 standard for pilot watches. With cases made of bead-blasted titanium or steel, the […]

  • An eye for the ladies: Girard-Perregaux...
    Posted by Pip Coates on 22/07/2016 at 00:20

    Girard-Perregaux proves yet again it knows how to catch the eye, this time with what it calls a seductive new version of its iconic Cat’s Eye timepiece, a collection created in 2004 and known for both aesthetic and mechanical features. This […]

  • Frederique Constant launches Vintage...
    Posted by Pip Coates on 22/07/2016 at 00:07

    Swiss watch manufacturer Frederique Constant, the official timekeeper of the Peking to Paris Motor Challenge organised by the Endurance Rally Association, has released a special watch to mark the just-completed event. The Peking to Paris event runs […]

  • Reissue: Longines Heritage 1969 Cushion...
    Posted by Editor on 21/07/2016 at 19:44

    A superb addition to the Longines heritage collection, the new Heritage 1969 is issued in an eye pleasing cushion shaped case with brushed finish dial.  The case is just 36mm x 36mm which adds to the vintage style of the watch.  The […]

  • Hands-On: Weekend Warrior: The Casio...
    Posted by Jack Forster on 21/07/2016 at 16:59

    One of the oldest makers of multifunction digital watches is Casio, which, over the years, has done things like moonphase and tide complications (in 1989) early touch screens (1991) fitness tracking (also as far back as 1991) blood pressure and […]

  • Two New Books Available In The HODINKEE...
    Posted by HODINKEE Shop on 21/07/2016 at 15:09

    One of our most popular categories in the HODINKEE Shop is our reference grade selection of books. In fact, it's something that you, our readers, constantly ask us to update with new offerings. So, as always, your wish is our command and if you […]

  • Introducing the Jaeger-LeCoultre...
    Posted by Su Jia Xian (SJX) on 22/07/2016 at 14:10

    The work on of troubled Dutch Post-Impressionist returns to Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso wristwatch with the second Vincent van Gogh limited edition. Equipped with a rolling shutter that slides open to reveal the miniature painting on the dial, […]

  • Man 3D Prints His Own Working, Triple...
    Posted by Su Jia Xian (SJX) on 22/07/2016 at 13:37

    American designer and engineer Adam Wrigley conceived a triple axis tourbillon, having been inspired by Vianney Halter’s Deep Space Tourbillon. Made to be hung on a wall as a kinetic sculpture, Wrigley’s creation is made of 99 […]

    Posted by YannickWN on 22/07/2016 at 05:07

    Introducing the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black The technical and design features of the Seamaster Planet Ocean have set Read mor […]

  • Hands-On with the Montblanc 4810...
    Posted by Su Jia Xian (SJX) on 22/07/2016 at 00:00

    Montblanc‘s current strategy when it comes to watches is to offer as much as possible for relatively affordable money, especially compared to the competition. Named after the height in feet of the Mont Blanc peak in the Alps, the 4810 […]

  • Introducing the Casio “G-Shock x The...
    Posted by Su Jia Xian (SJX) on 21/07/2016 at 11:19

    Despite having recently unveiled a hand-hammered US$6000 timepiece, Casio G-Shock is best known for its no-nonsense, black plastic watches that are almost indestructible. The G-Shock Singapore edition sticks to that tradition, with an […]

  • Swatch Group Half-Year Profit Slumps,...
    Posted by Su Jia Xian (SJX) on 21/07/2016 at 08:20

    After softening up the market last week with a warning about dismal profit and sales for the first half of 2016, the Swatch Group has just announced its half-year results. The numbers are mostly poor, though Swatch Group management expects a better […]

    Posted by YannickWN on 21/07/2016 at 05:41

    Introducing the Breitling Navitimer 46 Blacksteel “Blacksteel” is what Breitling calls the black carbon-coated steel which some of its cases Read mor […]

  • 10 Great Watch Buys Under $5000
    Posted by James on 21/07/2016 at 03:49

    For no reason other than it had been a while since I’d done a post like this, I thought I’d throw together a 10 Great... The post 10 Great Watch Buys Under $5000 appeared first on The Versatile Gent. […]

  • We Could See A New McLaren F1 by 2018
    Posted by James on 21/07/2016 at 00:39

    What surely has to be one of the most collectible and we inspiring cars ever made, the famous McLaren F1 will likely be resurrected by... The post We Could See A New McLaren F1 by 2018 appeared first on The Versatile Gent. […]

  • Longines Introduces the Cushion-Shaped...
    Posted by Su Jia Xian (SJX) on 20/07/2016 at 15:29

    Longines‘ best known Heritage watches tend to be sporty or military-inspired. The new Heritage 1969, on the other hand, is a decidedly more elegant watch. Looking like a watch typical of the 1970s, the Heritage 1969 has a cushion-shaped […]

  • Hands-on The New Yellow Gold Audemars...
    Posted by Christopher Beccan on 20/07/2016 at 12:56

    If one thing was evident this year, you could not mistake the emphasis Audemars Piguet has placed on gold and to be more specific yellow gold. Way back in February, we attended  AP’s Yellow Gold party and here we saw […] The post […]

  • Roundtable: Vintage Watches and Scams
    Posted by W4L Team on 20/07/2016 at 11:28

    With the latest news about a watch dealer being sued, we're talking vintage watches and scams. The post Roundtable: Vintage Watches and Scams appeared first on Wound For Life. […]

  • ZENITH – EL PRIMERO 36,000 VPH...
    Posted by YannickWN on 20/07/2016 at 05:45

    Introducing the Zenith El Primero 36,000 VPH Classic Cars Legendary cars, vintage leather seats, growling engines: curvaceous Classic Cars are Read mor […]

  • Why Are Vintage Cloisonné Enamel Dial...
    Posted by Ivan Ponzo on 20/07/2016 at 00:00

    Cloisonné enamel wristwatches made by eminent watchmakers like Patek Philippe, Rolex and Vacheron Constantin command impressive prices at international watch auctions today, regularly fetching six figure sums. Most were produced […]

  • Martenero Marquis: Affordability Meets...
    Posted by James on 19/07/2016 at 08:26

    The 38mm Martenero Marquis makes for a lovely addition to the watch roll.  In recent years the sub $500 category of watches has become a minefield... The post Martenero Marquis: Affordability Meets Customisation appeared first on The […]