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Hautlence Invictus Morphos Limited Edition Watch Hands On

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The Hautlence Invictus Morphos watch comes in a frontier design and openings in the dial to show parts of the movement. This design element takes its cue from the Morphos butterfly, whose wings take on the similar electric blue hue.  The butterfly is the very embodiment of the word ephemeral,

The Watches For Movie-Bremont Kingsman Watches

Front of Bremont Kingsman watches

The spy action thriller “Kingsman: The Secret Service” has their exclusive watch-Bremont Kingsman watches. The three watches based on two of the brand’s existing chronographs, but with some unique features and the fictional secret organization’s logo on their dials. The three Kingsman watches are differentiated for their respective roles in the

Graham Chronofighter Oversize Superlight TT Limited Edition Watch

Front of Graham Chronofighter Oversize Superlight TT

Chronofighter Oversize Superlight TT, a specific model to the Tourist Trophy, the legendary motorcycle racing event that every year takes place in the Isle of Man. This watch is limited edition of 200 pieces Graham produced a lightweight black carbon nanotube composite case whose weight is just 51 grams. The

Cartier Complicated Watch- Rotonde Grande Flying Tourbillon

Side of Cartier Rotonde Grande Complication Skeleton

The Rotonde de Cartier Grande Complication Skeleton watch one of the most complicated Cartier watches. The watch combining the mechanisms of a minute repeater with a perpetual calendar and a flying tourbillon, A few figures give the idea of the challenge represented by this watch: 578 components, 5 years of development,

A Unique Watch- Harry Winston Histoire De Tourbillon 4

Front of Harry Winston Histoire De Tourbillon 4

This watch is inspired from Histoire De Tourbillon watches. The Histoire De Tourbillon 4 features a unique triple-case tourbillon in an attempt to counteract the effects of gravity from all angles, as unlike the pocketwatches for which the tourbillon was invented, our wristwatches are constantly in motion.   The tourbillon mechanism