Lange’s Dueling Datographs

Lange’s Dueling Datographs

March 14, 2017
Launched in 2012, the Datograph Up/Down is endowed with milestone technical features: A classic column-wheel control mechanism, a precisely jumping minute counter and a flyback function come together in a movement that showcases true engineering finesse. The aesthetic quality of the caliber is reflected by the balanced dial layout with the characteristic Lange outsize date and the two subsidiary dials...
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New Arrival: Vacheron Constantin’s Harmony Complete Calendar

New Arrival: Vacheron Constantin’s Harmony Complete Calendar

March 8, 2017
On the occasion of its 260th anniversary, the Manufacture Vacheron Constantin unveiled the Harmony collection, which was immediately regarded as a stellar collection. Designed as authentic watch sculptures featuring sophisticated technical content, the timepieces composing the range were housed in an unusual cushion-shaped case featuring pure, graphic lines. After the limited series supporting the launch of the collection, Vacheron Constantin...
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Cartier Perfects Imperfection with the Crash

Cartier Perfects Imperfection with the Crash

March 7, 2017
With the Crash Skeleton watch in rose gold, Cartier pushes experimentation with shape to its limits and continues its series of Mechanical Legends, the purest watchmaking expression of Cartier’s emblematic shapes. With the caliber 9618 MC, the case and movement become one so as to adapt to the legendary asymmetrical profile of the Crash watch. On the one hand is...
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Urwerk Takes Control of Time

Urwerk Takes Control of Time

March 6, 2017
Time: it’s by far the most valuable resource we have, so it’s worth measuring accurately. But no matter how well made or how well-regulated a wristwatch is, the unique activities and environments of individual owners can detrimentally affect chronometric performance. The EMC enables its wearer to both monitor the health (amplitude) of the watch and its precision as worn on...
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Laurent Ferrier’s Journey from Motors to Movements

Laurent Ferrier’s Journey from Motors to Movements

March 3, 2017
In this interview with Laurent Ferrier, the celebrated watchmaker discusses his longstanding passion for racing as footage replays highlights from his third place finish in 1979 at Le Mans, the legendary endurance race. After a successful career working at one of the world’s most prestigious watch manufactures, it was Ferrier’s Le Mans teammate, François Servanin, who helped convince him to...
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Introducing Parmigiani’s Toric Chronometre

Introducing Parmigiani’s Toric Chronometre

March 2, 2017
The first watch Michel Parmigiani designed was the Toric, and each new version has features that render it a unique experience. This approach is the driving force behind this signature haute horlogerie collection, which has come to symbolize both innovation and culture. Its case is inspired by the columns of Ancient Greece, with this aesthetic taken up by the gadroons...
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