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BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends September 11, 2015

It is often said that if you want an accurate watch, you are better off with a quartz piece. While that might certainly be true, does that mean that timekeeping performance in mechanical watches is unimportant? Remember, many watch brands like to advertise their watches as being capable timekeepers. So

BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends September 16, 2016

Last week, Apple finally unveiled the successor to its first Apple Watch. Called the Apple Watch Series 2, it looks basically identical to the first generation Apple Watch, but adds new features such as water resistance and integrated GPS. And in this roundup, we will show you the Apple Watch

BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends January 1, 2016

We are kicking off 2016 with a look at two very hardcore but different dive watches. From Switzerland, we have the Tudor Pelagos 25600 TB. In 2015, Tudor updated their Pelagos with a brand new model that sports a vibrant blue dial and their new in-house MT5612 movement. It’s made

BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends December 4, 2015

As we come to the last month of the year, we are beginning the penultimate roundup of 2015 with a visit to the manufacturing facilities of Bremont. The brand sources movements from Switzerland, but much of its watches' components are actually made in Bremont’s facilities in England. In fact, it is

F.P. Journe Centigraphe Souverain Anniversaire Watch

The F.P. Journe Centigraphe Souverain Anniversaire is a limited edition version of one of the most interesting watches François-Paul Journe has ever designed. It is also a commemorative piece made to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand’s boutiques around the world. It’s not an overstatement to say that François-Paul Journe

F.P. Journe Vagabondage III Jumping-Seconds Watch Hands-On

January 2017 brought us the third and, sadly, final chapter of one of the coolest, yet least-known haute horlogerie collections from F.P. Journe. Enter the F.P. Journe Vagabondage III, a quietly debuted and most likely quick-to-sell-out exercise in horological muscle-flexing by François-Paul Journe. At a time when one would have every reason to