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"What a beautiful automatic tourbillon movement" is probably one of the first things that came to mind when checking out the H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time watch hands-on for the first time. While most of the Schaffhausen-based read more...
H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Dual Time Tourbillon Watches (Including Sapphire Skeleton) Hands-On

For 2015, Omega releases a new version of their Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Chronograph with another model in celebration of their sponsorship of the America's Cup ETNZ team (Emirates Team New Zealand). A revised version of an existing model, this Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial…
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Chronograph ETNZ Watch For 2015 America’s Cup

This is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Laptimer, a brand new "RO Concept" that I feel may very well be the most striking Royal Oak iteration since the Offshore Survivor. As its name suggests, this brand new, highly complicated movement was created to be…
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Laptimer Watch With Dual Seconds Chronograph

Between the various crowd-funding platforms that are available, there has been an explosion of new watch brands (and watches) entering the market. Some of these are derivative and really do not offer anything new or unusual. Past that, many are first-time efforts from some folks…
Xeric Halograph Watches A Kickstarter Success, With Affordable Prices & Unusual Designs

Hi, I'm John Biggs, East Coast Editor of TechCrunch, Ariel's partner on the HourTime Show, and owner of I'd like to share a chapter from my new book Marie Antoinette's Watch (now available in e-book and paperback) with you. It's one of the greatest…
From John Biggs’ New Book On The Mysterious Breguet Marie Antoinette Pocketwatch & Giveaway

The original Jean Dunand Shabaka from 2007 has long been among my favorite haute horlogerie timepieces, and so you can imagine how excited I was when, after a long and hectic week at Baselworld, we finally got to meet with the brand, and, at last,…
Jean Dunand Shabaka Watch For 2015 Hands-On

From roughly 1957 to 1965, a flaw in the manufacturing process of black dials used on the Omega Speedmaster Professional line of watches resulted in the occasional fading of the dial to a shade of brown, sometimes described as “tropical brown” or “chocolate.” Long sought…
Omega Speedmaster ‘Tropical’ Brown Dial Vintage Watch Explained
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