Jaeger-LeCoultre’s “Yearbook Ten” Is Out Now

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s “Yearbook Ten” Is Out Now

August 22, 2016
Jaeger-LeCoultre's highly anticipated "Yearbook Ten" is available now at Cellini. In it, the Art Deco inspiration behind the iconic Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso watch and its links with polo are visually represented by the photographer Laziz Hamani. Staged in lighting inspired by their context and their history, they reveal the essence of the original men's and ladies' models. A sampling from "Yearbook...
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Just Arrived: The Arnold & Son Nebula in Steel

Just Arrived: The Arnold & Son Nebula in Steel

August 19, 2016
The three-dimensional, openwork movement and dial of the Nebula offer views into the very heart of the in-house manufacture caliber. Two mainspring barrels providing a healthy 90 hours power reserve at the top, find near-mirror symmetry with the small seconds display and dial-side balance below. It has long been a proven fact that when we consider a person's face "beautiful"...
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Exploring the Astrotourbillon Skeleton from Cartier

Exploring the Astrotourbillon Skeleton from Cartier

August 18, 2016
Created by Cartier in 2010, the Astrotourbillon has been the subject of a great deal of watchmaking research since its very conception. Thanks to this watch with its spectacular dial, it today stands as one of the emblematic watchmaking complications of the Cartier Fine Watchmaking collection. In 2010, Cartier offered a new vision of traditional tourbillon design with the Rotonde...
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The Hydroscaph Central Chronograph Small Second

The Hydroscaph Central Chronograph Small Second

August 15, 2016
The iconic Hydroscaph diver's watch collection welcomes a new chronograph featuring enhanced readability. The innovative short-time display is provided by two central hands, one of which shows the seconds and the other the minutes. Luminescent oversized indications ensure maximum legibility for this central chronograph powered by the exclusive self-winding Clerc H608-2 caliber. This sophisticated and technical central chronograph available in...
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Perpetual Meets Practical at H. Moser & Cie.

Perpetual Meets Practical at H. Moser & Cie.

August 12, 2016
In theory, sand, water and high-tech mechanics do not mix well. However, H. Moser & Cie. has developed a perpetual calendar in its Pioneer collection that is the first complication of its kind to be water-resistant to 120 meters. Why? To be on time for the ice-cream man? For those who think it's important to sport a stylish timepiece even...
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Exploring the Laurent Ferrier Galet Traveller

Exploring the Laurent Ferrier Galet Traveller

August 11, 2016
The Galet Traveller adopts all times on the planet with its dual-time display - a useful complication enabling a smooth transition across the hours of the world at a mere press. Visually, the Galet Traveller guarantees excellent readability thanks to its pure, pared-down design. The two push-buttons integrated into the left-hand side of the case serve to move the local...
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