Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Tourbillon Chronograph Watch

Ever since Carl F. Bucherer released their in-house made caliber A1000 movement in 2010 with a peripheral automatic rotor, I felt that more watches needed to integrate peripheral rotors in their mechanical movements. For 2014, Audemars Piguet releases a new ultra-high-end version of the Royal…
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Tourbillon Chronograph Watch

Cuervo Y Sobrinos Torpedo Pirata Chrono Bronze DLC Black Watch Hands-On

Cuban watch brand turned European Cuervo y Sobrinos has an interesting history. The original company was based in Havana and then shut down for many years until it was revived to be Swiss made but with "a Latin soul." To a large degree that is…
Cuervo Y Sobrinos Torpedo Pirata Chrono Bronze DLC Black Watch Hands-On

Recommended Use: Understanding The Durability Of Your Mechanical Watch And When To Take It Off

Luxury watch durability is an important issue to both consumers and retailers. People who spend money on expensive watches have a certain expectation of strength and durability, and those expectations aren’t always met. We are talking about the type of READ MORE
Recommended Use: Understanding The Durability Of Your Mechanical Watch And When To Take It Off
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