Monthly Archives: January 2015

IWC Opens Boutique In Miami’s Design District

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This week, Miami’s Design District is welcoming yet another watch boutique, this time courtesy of IWC. This will be IWC’s eleventh boutique to open in the U.S., and their second in Florida (the other is located in Bal Harbour). The boutique was envisioned by IWC’s in-house team of architects and designers, and is meant to reflect […]

Introducing the Breitling Transocean Chronograph 1915, A Mono-Pusher Column Wheel Chrono With New In-House Caliber

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While we’re die-hard vintage Breitling fans, we can recognize good development when we see it. A couple of months ago we reported on the Breitling Transocean Chronograph. That model hankered for its roots and introduced a vintage theme and a simpler two-register layout. The new Transocean Chronograph 1915 takes that development a step further by introducing a […]

Introducing The Greubel Forsey Tourbillon 24 Seconds Vision, The Smallest, Thinnest, And Least Expensive Mega-Tourbillon Yet (Live Pictures, Specs)

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If there is one brand out there that is universally appreciated, though rarely listed among the most desired watches around, it’s Greubel Forsey. Their over-the-top, do-it-just-because-we-can mantra puts the mega tourbillons into a price range (and size) that, to be honest, is so far beyond even what most seasoned collectors could even fathom processing into […]

Introducing The Frederique Constant Worldtimer, A New Navy Blue Motif On the Original In-House Caliber

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Frederique Constant is well known as the solid Swiss watchmaker that offers quite a few complications at accessible margins. One of said complications is their World Timer. We covered the original Limited Edition Frederique Constant Worldtimer a couple of years ago in a hands-on review. Now, Frederique Constant is reintroducing the model with a refinished […]