By and large handling a watch for the first time involves impressions about weight, size, lugs, how a watch feels on the wrist, thoughts about straps or bracelets, and overall impressions about how the watch looks. Then comes a watch… Read More ›
Romain Jerome’s adventures with old computer games continued late last year with their release, following on from the Pac-Man and Space Invaders models, the Super Mario limited edition, commemorating the 30th anniversary of the game’s release. For those familiar with… Read More ›
The much loved Datograph from A.Lange & Söhne has been ramped up and it was the centrepiece (literally, as it was the one chosen by the brand to be reproduced in their annual ‘uber’ format, dominating their booth) of… Read More ›
I’ll just plant this right here, for your consideration. It is 38.2mm x 44.00mm x 10.3mm, 18 carat white gold, limited to fifty pieces, USD24,900. Oh and spring bars.
A number of months back without much fanfare, Jaeger-LeCoultre released a mini-collection of Master Ultra-Thin limited edition pieces that combine skeletonisation and enamelling. Their first big public outing was at Watches & Wonders 2015. There are a total of four… Read More ›
For all the focus on the brand new Harmony Collection and then the Cornes de Vache 1955 from Vacheron Constantin this anniversary year, there have been some models that seem to have garnered less public attention, so it’s time to… Read More ›
Following on from their first collaboration in 2010 Oris has once again partnered with the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) to issue a new limited edition diver’s watch, part of the proceeds of which will go towards the protection and conservation… Read More ›