This has been some tenth anniversary for MB&F, with releases such as the HMX and Melchior, but a few weeks ago a rather remarkable watch appeared, the Legacy Machine Perpetual, about which we wrote about here. This time, the ‘Friend’… Read More ›
Fast. That’s one way to describe Tudor’s worldwide growth in recent years. As discussed with Bani McSpedden of watch-next.com at the recent launch of the Fastrider Black Shield ‘Black’ held in Sydney by Gregory Jewellers, it really seems as though… Read More ›
A couple of years ago Jaeger-LeCoultre Australia started hosting annual ‘collectors’ dinners’ in Sydney and Melbourne to showcase some of the year’s SIHH novelties. What started off as a single function in each city has grown. Last year there were… Read More ›
A random snippet courtesy of the whimsical and occasionally perplexing Twitter account of the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ national Census, which was last conducted in 2011. Australia’s next Census will be held during August, 2016.
You may have heard of or seen the Blancpain Super Trofeo watches and be aware of Blancpain’s support of motorsports, but perhaps you may not be totally across about what the Super Trofeo is. I confess that I wasn’t as… Read More ›
A couple of years ago Apple got into trademark trouble with Swiss railway operator SBB for an iPad clock that looked rather too similar to their design, one which most of us know through Mondaine watches. Well it seems that… Read More ›
A commemorative blue plaque was unveiled on 22 August 2014 at the former home and workshop of the late watchmaker Dr George Daniels CBE. Members of the British Horological Institute, the Antiquarian Horological Society and the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers… Read More ›