Hands On with German Watch Brand, Tutima Saxon One Lady, Just in Time for Mother’s Day

German-made watches offers something truly unique when it comes to craftsmanship and history. This Mother’s Day, consider the gift of time for mom and do it a bit differently — with one of the most elegant ladies’ watches on the market today: the Tutima Saxon One Lady. The women’s automatic watch in cushion-shaped case is…

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Introducing the new Glashütte Original Sixties Iconic Collection in Dramatic Colors

Paying tribute to a unique lifestyle of today – inspired by the past – Glashütte Original unveils dramatic new models to the Sixties Iconic Collection. The watches are inspired by the original 1960’s designs. In eastern Germany at the time, the German Democratic Republic’s state-owned VEB Glashütter Uhrenbetriebe launched the Spezimatic wristwatch that was one…

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A. Lange & Sohne Interprets the Understated Elegance of Black and White with Datograph Up/Down

Sometimes a beautiful picture really does say a thousand words. A. Lange & Sohne understands this and, as such, has taken some stunning imagery of the Datograph  Up/Down, a watch that has become an icon for the brand since the first Datograph unveiling in 1999. That watch incorporated the brand’s first proprietary chronograph caliber and…

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Introducing the A. Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Tourbillon Handwerkskunst

Not too long ago, during our week on German Watches, we wrote here about how A. Lange & Sohne re-established itself post-Berlin Wall – becoming a force with which to be reckoned in the luxury watch industry today. While we have a lot to tell you about the brand’s 20th anniversary of the Lane 1…

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