My first series of articles in Haute Living magazine as their Watch Editor have been published. They also place the articles on their blog in case you miss the publication. I'll try to notify you of new articles I have there, as the watches I discuss there will usually not
The pursuit continued of life in the house of troubled luxury brand has a method. Bulgari has recently announced news that should be considered uncommon at the least. In a strange move that I would have never predicted, the Bulgari brand actually eats two other brands that it already owns.
Putting together a watch like the Maitres du Temps Chapter One or Two is not an easy effort. You don't just do a quick drawing and get it over with or pick pieces from a parts bin. At the same time you can't just draw it up in a CAD
After I (Meehna) posted an article on Roger Smith, I got several requests for an article on "independents." By popular demand, here it is:
An independent watchmaker brand is not an easy concept to define because there are so many shades of gray when trying to define it. There are lots
This new Bulgari Daniel Roth collection watch joins the ranks (small ranks) of million dollar plus timepieces from the brand. Offering a wildly complicated movement and inspiration from the Daniel Roth brand that Bulgari engulfed into itself, this piece is one serious homage to a love of horology.
Based on the
An oddity in the watch world are watch brands who bear the names of actual living watch makers, but who no longer have anything to do with the watch makers themselves. What makes it most interesting is that there never seems to be a lot of positivity about this. Meaning
Miguel S. from the Philippines asks:
Max here, the PAM 359 is fine. It has the new 1950 case and also in-house movement. Its singular appeal is classic Panerai dial, but with all Arabic numbers on the dial vs. the 12, 3, 6, 9 (or less)
The second watch from the still new Maitres du Temps watch brand is the Chapter Two (which of course has followed the Chapter One). The term "triple date" comes from the fact that the calendar features, 1) the day, 2) date, and 3) month. Interestingly enough, the watch went from
Leaving Baselworld each year is bitter sweet because I tend to have such a good time. I don’t get to see even a third of what I would like to check out, and it is great to be among my friends and close colleagues for over a week. It is
Omega has been mighty impressive lately, releasing watches that are not only aesthetically attractive but also technically competent. One of their biggest announcements this year at Baselworld was its new Master Co-axial movement. Any Omega watch with this movement is virtually anti-magnetic, and not only that, comes with a longer