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De Bethune DB25 World Traveller Watch Hands-On

Aside from perhaps a moon phase, few complications seem better suited to a De Bethune than those showing multiple time zones. With the De Bethune DB25 World Traveller (debuted here), you get not only world time indication but also a true GMT display, time, and date. Despite the high level

De Bethune DB28T Tourbillon ‘Kind Of Blue’ Watch

De Bethune is just about 14 years old, which in watchmaking terms amongst old names makes it no more than a young upstart. That said, this young upstart has already made a name for itself by producing some of the most striking and technically interesting watches of modern times, perhaps

De Bethune DB25 World Traveller Watch

At SIHH 2016, Swiss De Bethune will debut their first world-time watch with the De Bethune DB25 World Traveller. Based on the ongoing DB25 collection case, the De Bethune DB25 World Traveller contains a new movement with some new technology - and I'd like to discuss that element of the

De Bethune Dream Watch 5 Meteorite Hands-On

It was almost three years ago that I first put on this piece unique version of the De Bethune Dream Watch 5 (DW5) with an all-meteorite case. De Bethune's David Zanetta said he "made the watch for fun," which pretty much sums up the reason he creates most of what

Luxury Watches Inspired By Star Trek

With Star Trek Beyond now in theaters, we got to thinking about the enormous cultural legacy of the popular science fiction franchise and the influence it has had - not least in the watch industry. The best watch makers are engineers and machinists, which also means there is a good

De Bethune DB28 Maxichrono Watch Hands-On

The DB28 Maxichrono watch is De Bethune's answer to the chronograph (and it is a "high beat" one at that), and like many of their horological products, it offers something you know in a way that is at least a little bit unique. The brand began showing prototype versions of

De Bethune DB25L Milky Way Watch

The Milky Way is estimated to contain somewhere in the range of 100-400 billion stars, and an estimated 100 billion planets. Swiss luxury watchmaker De Bethune's DB25L Milky Way interpretation of the beauty and massiveness of the galaxy that we inhabit is on a much more measurable scale, but to