Revisiting the “Arnold 36”

Revisiting the “Arnold 36”

March 27, 2017
Symmetry and skeletonization are two traits that should come to mind whenever Arnold & Son is mentioned, and the Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36 is certainly no exception. Drawing inspiration from the John Arnold pocket chronometer No. 1/36, which will mark its 240th anniversary in 2018, the Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36 is a commemorative creation leading up to the milestone year...
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New Arrival from Ulysse Nardin

New Arrival from Ulysse Nardin

March 24, 2017
How fitting that Ulysse Nardin would embark on a partnership with America’s Cup team Artemis Racing – sharing as they do a seafaring history, as well as a desire to push against limits, and to innovate with new technologies and materials. The Swiss watchmaker pays fresh tribute to the seafaring skill of Artemis Racing with the Ulysse Nardin Diver Chronograph...
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The New Balancier from Greubel Forsey

The New Balancier from Greubel Forsey

March 23, 2017
As the latest addition to the family of Greubel Forsey timepieces, the “Balancier” perfectly embodies the watchmakers’ fundamental principles. It is a timepiece that crystallizes all the unique qualities of Greubel Forsey with remarkable understatement. Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have been pushing the limits of fine watchmaking for many years now, tackling the challenges of complexity every day. And...
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Ulysse Nardin Has Your Wake-Up Call

Ulysse Nardin Has Your Wake-Up Call

March 21, 2017
With the Classic Sonata, mechanical complications are always designed with the wearer in mind, the goal being a perfect fusion of form and function. This edition of the Classic Sonata certainly pleases on an aesthetic level, with its streamlined design. After all, simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. But don’t be deceived, this timepiece is also incredibly functional. Mechanical...
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Adventure Time with Vacheron Constantin

Adventure Time with Vacheron Constantin

March 17, 2017
Following the latest version of its iconic Overseas collection, Vacheron Constantin offers the Overseas World Time. See the collection now at Cellini. Three interpretations – with a blue, silver-toned or brown dial – created in a spirit of casual elegance and practical convenience are more than ever dedicated to travelers wishing to keep track of the time around the world...
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Arnold & Son Welcomes the Steel DSTB

Arnold & Son Welcomes the Steel DSTB

March 16, 2017
Demonstrating its rich British history and quality Swiss craftsmanship, Arnold & Son unveils a new stainless steel edition of the DSTB (Dial Side True Beat). The DSTB is a testament to its heritage, vision and haute horlogerie ingenuity. The DSTB is part of the Instrument Collection and, like every other model from Arnold & Son, features an in-house mechanical movement....
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