Vacheron Constantin, The Louvre Offer A Unique Experience And Watch

Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers "Bid for the Louvre" watch.

From now until December 15, watch lovers can get bid on a bespoke one-of-a-kind Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinoties watch that is up for auction at the Louvre Museum. Held by the Louve and Christie’s (with the support of Drouot), the “Bid for the Louvre” auction (Dec. 1-15), benefits the Louve Museum in Paris and Vacheron…

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Hands On Watch Review: Corum Romulus 44 Tourbillon

Corum Romulus 44 Tourbillon

It isn’t every day that a journalist on a limited budget gets to spend a couple of weeks wearing a $170,000 watch – let alone an amazing looking watch. However, I got to do exactly that with the Corum Romulus 44mm Tourbillon recently and I have to say I really enjoyed that watch. Not because…

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Hublot Celebrates 40 Years, Unveils Boutique Design By Samuel Ross

Hublot 40th Birthday, Samuel Ross

In a world where many watch brands boast centuries of history, the highly successful Swiss watch brand Hublot is relatively a baby. Founded in 1980 by Carlo Crocco, the brand was the first to use a rubber strap on a luxury 18-karat gold watch. It was revolutionary for the era, especially because the strap was…

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Armin Strom Opens First-Ever Pop-Up Store

Armin Strom pop-up store

  Swiss watch brand Armin Strom — a leading independent brand that specializes in skeletonization and constant force, has opened its first-ever pop-up store that will remain open through June of 2021. Located in the middle of Zurich’s Old Town, the bright airy space is chocked with some of the finest Armin Strom timepieces, including…

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Watch Review: William Wood Watch With Recycled Fire Hose Straps

William Wood Valiant Blue Watch

It’s not surprising these days to hear that certain watch brands are turning to recycled materials such as plastic and PET bottles for watch straps. However, when a watch brand says it is using upcycled fire hoses — you pay attention — especially if you have a first-responder in your family. In fact, British watch…

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To Die For: Linde Werdelin And Black Badger Oktopus Blue Sea

Linde Werdelin x Black Badger Oktopus Blue Sea watch

There is just no other way to put it: if you are into lime on a watch — you are going to love the newest collaboration between Linde Werdelin and James Thompson of Black Badger: the Oktopus Blue Sea. This watch pushes all the boundaries when it comes to luminescence — going through five full…

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