Was it worth it for Grieb & Benzinger to sacrifice an A. Lange & Sohne Tourbillon for the one-of-a-kind Blue Merit watch? We talk about new watches from Ulysse Nardin as well as the Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 5 - which is pretty cool. Listen to the HourTime Show watch
There are new watches galore as we check out new timepieces from a wide range of price points, including a modified Seiko inspired by Blancpain's Fifty Fathoms, Nomos' new Metro watch, A. Lange & Söhne's exquisite Zeitwerk Striking and Greubel Forsey's mad GMT watch. We also explain why Audemars Piguet
A few years ago, owner of Australian retailer Define Watches, Peter Petzold, envisioned a five-minute repeater watch that would take advantage of the utmost in technical mastery while displaying an equal dose of old-world craftsmanship that is so often overlooked in the digital age. His vision led to the collaboration
Watch news is always filled with stories of innovation, exotic materials, new complications, and novel ways of displaying information. While "new" is often exciting, there is something splendidly serene about seeing traditional, as opposed to modern, watch art. There was a time around the turn of the 20th century when
Grieb & Benzinger themselves personally shared with me that they never thought they would make a watch quite like this. Called the Area 51, this absolute unique timepiece borne of hand-decoration and fantastic German artistic skills is about space aliens. Oh, and we'd like to have a little "caption contest"