Some of you may recall a post from a few months back that covered a flurry of ‘smart watches’ released by traditional watch brands this year. If not, you can read it by clicking here. The latest to join this… Read More ›
Sometimes, you get lucky. So far this year I have been fortunate enough to have seen two very singular and remarkable pieces of automata, their creations separated by almost 250 years. The newer one, by Van Cleef & Arpels, tells… Read More ›
Last year, Hautlence released the rather mindboggling and random mechanical wrist piece called the ‘Playground Labyrinth’ (originally released in limited editions in a titanium case with either a rose gold dial and platinum ball or a white gold dial with rose… Read More ›
Many of you will know of Oris’ support of and partnership with, the Australian Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), and of their first limited edition model that was launched a couple of years ago. This was no one-off partnership, as… Read More ›
In breaking news, CEO Aldo Magada is leaving his Zenith, with Jean-Claude Biver taking over the temporary helm. The press release is below. Horologium met Mr Magada during Baselworld 2016. To read our interview, click here.
As the year draws to a close I thought I’d share a rather lovely Financial Times piece that I read recently. It is about watches but also about Cuba, through the eyes of Waldo Fernández Longueira, who has been servicing… Read More ›