Waltham: Contemporary Meets Classic

Waltham: Contemporary Meets Classic

December 14, 2016
By Adam Craniotes Waltham takes flight in a new era with a collection worthy of its storied heritage. When collectors hear the name Waltham, they immediately think of pocket watches, and for good reason. In its heyday, the 150-year old Massachusetts-based manufacturer produced more than one million timepieces a year, most of which were worn on the end of a...
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Giuliano Mazzuoli: Rock Solid

Giuliano Mazzuoli: Rock Solid

December 13, 2016
By Jonathan Bues Giuliano Mazzuoli cements his reputation for daring design with his latest creation. As a child growing up in Central Italy, Giuliano Mazzuoli was imbued with a love for motorsport. He was enamored with cars from a young age, which eventually inspired him to race them. When, later in life, Mazzuoli entered the design world, his point of...
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Roger Dubuis: Skeletal Spiders

Roger Dubuis: Skeletal Spiders

December 12, 2016
By Mike Thompson Roger Dubuis enhances its Poinçon de Genève appeal with skeleton movements featuring bold colors and unconventional materials, including a cutting-edge carbon case. Traditional Swiss watch manufacturers embellish their skeletonized models with intricate flowers, delicate patterns and lacy engraved flourishes. Most also start with existing movements and then cut away excess metal to create their skeleton version of...
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Arnold & Son: Rising to the Challenge

Arnold & Son: Rising to the Challenge

December 8, 2016
By Jason Heaton   Arnold & Son carries forward its namesakeís legacy of innovation with four new timepieces. Watchmaking is all about overcoming challenges. Some of these are of a practical nature, such as the effect of gravity on a watch's accuracy. Others are more aesthetic, like pushing the boundaries of dimensions and materials. The UTTE Skeleton succeeds in both...
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Vacheron Constantin: Past Master

Vacheron Constantin: Past Master

December 7, 2016
By Victoria Gomelsky   Vacheron Constantin has been at the vanguard of mechanical watchmaking since 1755 and it intends to stay there. Vacheron Constantin can take pride in something that is true of only a handful of Swiss watchmakers: It has managed to thrive for centuries without growing old-fashioned. Since 1755, the Geneva-based manufacture has produced timepieces of exceptional quality...
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IWC: Light the Fires and Kick the Tires

IWC: Light the Fires and Kick the Tires

December 6, 2016
By Adam Craniotes IWC brings color and tradition back to its iconic Pilot's collection this year. Few watches have so thoroughly defined a segment of the market like the IWC Pilot's collection. From the stalwart Mark series to the standard bearer Big Pilot's Watch, IWC has been synonymous with aviation-themed timepieces since the late 1930s and hasn't given up one...
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