It certainly isn’t anything revolutionary, but for 2013 one of the new Glashutte Original watches will be this attractive Senator Panorama Date. A simplified version of the Senator with a basic three-hand movement and big date indicator as part of the Glashutte Original GO 100-03 automatic movement.
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Looking for a new dress watch? Be sure to check out the range of options presented by the new Baume & Mercier Clifton line. Encompassing both three-handers and two stunning Complete Calendar models, the Clifton was inspired by past B&M models from the 1950s and is a continuation of the Baume & Mercier Classima line. With the Clifton, B&M have created what looks to be a very versatile and understated line of everyday dress watches that offer a range of sizes, case metals, and dial designs.
Did you get your fill of pilot’s watches from IWC in 2012? Good, as they have directed their 2013 efforts towards the Ingenieur and have launched a series of new models that commemorate their historic line of anti-magnetic watches that were originally designed for duty on the wrist of French engineers.
We recently took a hands-on look at the new and updated Girard-Perregax Sea Hawk watches. While that was a refresh of an existing model this new Chrono Hawk is something totally new.
…this is the great looking Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 XXL Chronograph – and you already know how I feel about the name. Therefore, I am going to remove the “Vintage” part of the name for the rest of this article. It isn’t actually “XXL” in size either either, but I don’t feel like going on another rant. I am however OK with the “Chronograph” part of that name.
We get asked for advice on buying watches all year long but we can’t answer everyone. If you still aren’t sure what watches should be on your shopping list this holiday season, let’s see what the aBlogtoWatch writing team has to say.
As I wear this watch a smile comes to my face. I smirk knowing that this watch is not something that would have been designed today. This sport version of the iconic Grande Seconde watch by Jaquet Droz is a curious item…
The legacy of Gerald Genta lives on now with even more Bulgari-ness. The original Gerald Genta Octo was a fascinating timepiece with a range of complicated movements. The “Octo” name referred to the eight-sided case, and unfortunately there are no tentacles related to this product. While certainly unique, I have to say that the Octo [...]
The iconic Omega Speedmaster watch has a black dial with white hands and markers. Sure Omega has mixed it up over the years, but I believe that this is the very first all white Omega Speedmaster watch. Using the newer and larger Speedmaster Moonwatch Co-Axial Chronograph with the in-house made caliber 9300 movement family, the [...]
More than an icon, more than a legend, the Omega Speedmaster is one of the most popular and desired watches around the world…
I haven’t covered the watch brand Dent in quite some time, but wanted to bring your attention to this attractive chronograph model made by the brand whose name goes back to the maker of London’s Big Ben clock. This piece is called the Dent Ministry Chronograph, and while not a totally original design, is very [...]
More on the steampunk front! I am happy that this trend isn’t waning away. Entry-level to super high-end watch makers are still dishing out pieces that look like retro futuristic artifacts. Perhaps not in the volume we would like, but we still get some good stuff. Louis Moinet has been doing steampunk Jules Verne homage [...]
I’ve written about Raymond Weil’s popular Nabucco collection at least two times prior to this hands-on experience. In fact the last time I covered the collection was with another hands-on experience going over some of the pre-2011 models here. I liked wearing the watches even though the designs in some ways felt a little bit [...]
The popular California-based watch brand Xetum now has steel bracelets available for both their Tyndall and Stinson watch collections. Xetum has just now introduced a five-link brushed and polished steel bracelet that is 20mm wide and is available on all current Xetum watch models. I like the look of the bracelet as integrated into the [...]
Here is another artful creation from Angular Momentum that has caught my eye. Using beautiful Damascus steel, the La Boulle Classic Damascus watch combines the unique type of metal work with Angular Momentum’s common disc display dial and case. The dial is purely minimalistic. A black sapphire crystal has a window opening to a white [...]
One of Romain Jerome’s new products for 2011 was a chronograph version of their Moon Dust DNA Black Moon and Steel Mood watches. These are probably some of the coolest Moon Dust DNA watches given the slick, eye-catching design. Of course, the concept inherently is meant to be provocative and not for everyone. So check [...]
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