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Side by Side: Breguet Classique Tourbillon Quantième Perpétuel 3797 & 3795

Rather than post yet another review, today I though I’d switch things up a little. Here’s a little side-by-side pictorial...

Made in France: Inside the Pequignet Manufacture

A look inside one of the only watch manufactures in France, Pequignet. I can’t say I’ve ever visited a watch...

Romain Jerome Batman-DNA

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of arguably the most popular comic book superhero of all time, Romain Jerome have teamed up...

Exclusive: Hands-on with the Piaget Altiplano Chronograph

You’re in for a real treat today, folks. Here’s an exclusive first-hand look at the world’s thinnest mechanical chronograph watch,...

Armin Strom Racing Gravity

A couple of weeks back, I got to visit the independent yet integrated Bienne-based manufacture of Armin Strom. Impressed with...

Revelation R03 Chronograph

Now you see it, now you don’t: Here’s a look at a watch that’s not entirely new but one that...

Hautlence Destination: a Month on the Wrist

It seems like just last week we were celebrating Hautlence’s 10th anniversary in their hometown of Neuchatel. Prior to that...

Girard Perregaux Vintage 1945 Mechanics of Art Deco

And now for something completely different from Girard Perregaux: the Vintage 1945 XXL Large Date Moon-Phases Mechanics of Art Deco,...

Rolex Cellini Dual Time

Let’s face it, when we think of Rolex,  iconic sports watches from the Oyster line like the Submariner and Daytona...

Piaget Black Tie “Vintage Inspiration”

Piaget are bringing back retro styling with a handful of vintage-inspired pieces from the 60s and 70s. One such piece...

MB&F HM6

If you thought that Max Büsser had “gone soft” in the last couple of years, his eponymous brand’s latest creation...

Tudor Heritage Ranger

With just one day to go until the 2014 edition of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, here’s a long...