The Blazing Richard Mille RM011 Orange Storm

The Blazing Richard Mille RM011 Orange Storm

No other watch brand is as connected to sports as Richard Mille. Whether you're in the stands at Le Mans or only feet from centre court at Rolland Garros, you're apt to spot one of Richard Mille's creations somewhere in the crowd (or strapped on an athlete's wrist). The RM011 Orange Storm is more than perfect for a fast-paced environment....

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Introducing the Chopard L.U.C XPS Poinçon de Genève Limited Edition

Introducing the Chopard L.U.C XPS Poinçon de Genève Limited Edition

Back in August, I had the pleasure of visiting Chopard's Madison Avenue boutique. I explored the collection, conversed with brand representatives, and learned the history of this 155 year-old watch manufacture. Following my visit, I posted a write-up about two incredible dress watches which blew me away. On one piece, the chamfering on the case was superb, the circular graining on the movement was also an elegant touch, and the dial (porcelain, by the way) was pretty cool. The other wristwatch was a ladies' timepiece....

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My Thoughts On The New Hublot Miami-Exclusive Big Bang Ferrari 305

My Thoughts On The New Hublot Miami-Exclusive Big Bang Ferrari 305

Hublot, founded by Carlo Crocco in 1980, is a remarkable brand that has left an everlasting impression on the Swiss watch industry. Their contemporary designs, once reminiscent of sports watches of the 1980's, have evolved into bold horological contraptions through the use of exotic materials and brilliant hues....

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[ForbesLife] When the World Is Your Oyster: Two Sensational Rolex Oysters

The name Rolex goes hand in hand with wealth, power, and status. Both history’s famous and infamous, such as Sir Edmund Hillary, Pablo Picasso, Jacques Cousteau, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Fidel Castro, Muammar Gaddafi, and Bernie Madoff, have been known to sport Rolexes. So when the world really is your oyster....

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A Question Answered: Finding That First Vintage Watch

A Question Answered: Finding That First Vintage Watch

Question: I am currently a freshman in college and I'm looking to buy my first vintage watch. Omega and Rolex interest me, but at my budget of $2000-$2500 there are so many watches to choose from that I can't differentiate what's worth the money and what's not. What are some good options....

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GPHG: The Best Tourbillon Prize Goes To....

GPHG: The Best Tourbillon Prize Goes To....

The Best Tourbillon prize was presented to Bart and Tim Grönefeld before 1,500 fellow watchmakers, collectors, and industry figures. This honor was bestowed upon the brothers at the prestigious Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève in the stately Grand Théâtre. Grönefeld's Parallax Tourbillon was the winner of this prize, as it epitomizes incredible innovation in mechanics and design....

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Three, Important Steel Sports Watches Offered In Christie's Upcoming Hong Kong Sale

Three, Important Steel Sports Watches Offered In Christie's Upcoming Hong Kong Sale

With Patek Philippe's 175th anniversary celebrations, watch releases, and auction behind us, I think it's about time we return to reality and explore other watches, from other brands. Christie's will be holding a Hong Kong sale later this month which will feature a fine array of vintage and contemporary timepieces, ranging from incredibly sought-after enamel dial Vacheron Constantin....

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PHOTO REPORT: Patek Philippe 175th Anniversary Celebration NYC

PHOTO REPORT: Patek Philippe 175th Anniversary Celebration NYC

Watch bloggers, watch collectors, and "watch celebs" convened in commemoration of Patek Philippe's 175th anniversary on Wednesday evening. This legendary manufacture not only held quite an affair at the Rainbow Room, atop 30 Rockfeller Center, but brought along an exceptional collection of timepieces.

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