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Have Watch Enthusiasts Lost Their Sense Of Adventure?

Have Watch Enthusiasts Lost Their Sense Of Adventure?

I seem to have a lot of questions on my mind lately. Call it curiosity, call it a crisis, call it what you will. The bottom line is: I want answers! Not that long ago I tried to find some regarding the future of luxury watches, and now I find myself pondering another...
Why The Annual Calendar Is One Of Watchmaking’s Finest Complications

Why The Annual Calendar Is One Of Watchmaking’s Finest Complications

This complication often gets overlooked in favor of its “big brother,” the perpetual calendar. The latter is certainly not undeserving of said recognition. It is indeed the calendar complication that does the most work for the least amount of user effort. Until the...
How Watches Work: From the Obvious to the Obscure

How Watches Work: From the Obvious to the Obscure

We will start this edition of How Watches Work with good old-fashioned steel, before navigating from functional titanium to precious alloys (such as gold in many of its variations), and finish up with fashionable bronze — a metal with the smell of money… Another steel...
What Do Vacheron Constantin, Moser & Girard-Perregaux have in Common?

What Do Vacheron Constantin, Moser & Girard-Perregaux have in Common?

Patek Philippe stands at the very top of the luxury sports watch pyramid. Just below you will find Audemars Piguet. Both the Nautilus and Royal Oak were famously designed by the legendary Gérald Genta. He firmly believed an integrated bracelet transforms a watch into...
Is the Luxury Watch Bubble Finally Bursting?

Is the Luxury Watch Bubble Finally Bursting?

Today we’re gonna be discussing the watch market bubble and if it’s about to burst. Ok, so there’s no secret, right now the watch market is super inflated right now. I mean it’s pretty much just a little bit bubbly will say. I wouldn’t go...
Are Rolex Fans Blind To Design Flaws?

Are Rolex Fans Blind To Design Flaws?

Today, I’m taking a closer look at the current Rolex line-up and picking out what I consider design flaws. My selection is subjective, but I cannot be the only one who has looked at a modern Rolex and thought, “It would be better if…”. I am not attempting to be an...
The Top 9 Luxury Starter Watches

The Top 9 Luxury Starter Watches

A question we get asked all the time is, “What watch would you recommend from blank brand?” And this is such a common question, and the answer is really subjective. However, we figured we’d share some of our recommendations from popular brands. And...
Top 10 Most Expensive Watches in the World

Top 10 Most Expensive Watches in the World

Alright, so we’re gonna be going over the list of the top 10 most expensive watches in the world. Number 10 is the Louis Moinet Meteoris Collection. Now, this watch is $4,600,000 and features a tourbillon movement and fragments, actual fragments from the moon,...
Four Patek Philippe Watches with Everyday Complications

Four Patek Philippe Watches with Everyday Complications

Patek Philippe is not all about high-end chronographs, perpetual calendars, and repeaters; the brand also offers many complicated timepieces that have plenty of everyday utility. We present a few of them here for your viewing pleasure. 1. SECOND TIME ZONE: CALATRAVA...
5 Big Mistakes when wearing a Dress Watch

5 Big Mistakes when wearing a Dress Watch

Today we’re gonna be going over the difference between a dress watch and a sports watch. Now, this is an important thing you want to focus on because if you’re active participant in the Watch Game, this could make a big difference on the effect...
A Review of Drake’s Watch Collection

A Review of Drake’s Watch Collection

I remember back in 2010, Drake was with the whole Young Money Crew and all that for a Spring Break performance for MTV. That was pretty much early in his career, almost the start and I realized that he had on a rose gold Hublot Big Bang with the rubber strap, ceramic...
A Review of the Rolex Day-Date 40mm

A Review of the Rolex Day-Date 40mm

Today I’m going to be doing a review of the new Rolex Day-Date 40 that was released earlier this year. So Rolex released a bunch of several different watches. They came out with the Yacht-Master with the rubber strap, which I’m excited particularly about....
The Full Story Of Omega’s Iconic Modern Dive Watch

The Full Story Of Omega’s Iconic Modern Dive Watch

In this article, I am going to go through the evolution of this luxury dive watch and track the various models, major milestones, and the short but robust history of this luxury dive watch. Of course, in modern Omega history, the Planet Ocean came fairly late. The...
A review of the Audemars Piguet Ceramic 44mm

A review of the Audemars Piguet Ceramic 44mm

Today’s review is gonna be on the the new AP 44 millimeter Ceramic. This version of the AP 44 mm in ceramic is the latest version and what changed pretty much is the dial layout. Because the rest of the watch is entirely the same, as far as the movement, the...
We review the Yellow Gold/Emerald Green Rolex

We review the Yellow Gold/Emerald Green Rolex

This review is gonna be on the hottest Rolex at the moment. Now, that is the Daytona in yellow gold, reference number 116508 with the emerald green dial. It’s crazy the way that this whole watch market is right now. I mean, this is a watch that maybe two years...
A review of the AP Royal Oak Offshore 42mm

A review of the AP Royal Oak Offshore 42mm

I’m gonna be doing a review on the AP 42mm Offshore in rose gold. It’s pretty much the Brick on the strap, but this version is the new one with the gray dial. AP released previously a new version of their Offshore lineup, which includes both what they call...
The Richard Mille RM 52-05 Pharrell Williams

The Richard Mille RM 52-05 Pharrell Williams

The Richard Mille RM 52-05 is a collaboration between hit-maker and star-track label owner Pharrell Williams. The interesting thing about this collaboration is that, in my opinion, Pharrell for the last almost 15 years has been an unofficial ambassador of the brand. I...
Our Top 3 Entry Level (and Affordable) Rolex Watches

Our Top 3 Entry Level (and Affordable) Rolex Watches

When it comes to entry level Rolex, the thing for me is, is that yes, there’s some that you can pick up for $1,200 or what not, two grand. The problem is that I think they’re just very, very basic models and gonna be a little bit too old. So, I had a bit...
7 Reasons Why Your First Luxury Watch Should Be a Rolex

7 Reasons Why Your First Luxury Watch Should Be a Rolex

The very first reason why your first luxury wristwatch should be a Rolex, and it’s kind of an obvious reason, is prestige. When you look at the major watch brands in the world, you have Patek, you have AP, you have Rolex, you have Vacheron Constantin, but in...
The 14 Best & Brightest Luxury Watches of SIHH 2019

The 14 Best & Brightest Luxury Watches of SIHH 2019

After several years of relative conservatism, there seemed to be a breath of fresh air circulating through the halls of the Salon International De La Haute Horlogerie (SIHH 2019) in Geneva this past week. Though the offerings presented were still a fair mix of...