Bulgari Hora Domus Dual Time Zone Watch With Daylight Savings Adjustability

It used to be all about tourbillons and minute repeaters and complex chronographs, but if there is one genuinely useful complication that has been getting more attention from luxury watch brands lately, then it is the dual time zone display. The latest, and one of the most comprehensive additions to the ever-growing family of multiple time zone watches is the Bulgari Hora Domus.

3 years ago

Value Proposition: Jubileon Superellipse – designed in Singapore with Swiss Mechanical Movement for a very interesting Price

We have been doing quite a few sweepstakes this year, and every time we ask you two or three questions. Why? We’d love to hear more from you and learn what you like a lot on Monochrome, what you would love to see more and actually how we can serve you with your daily dose of horological content. One of the things we learned is that many of our readers love to see some value propositions. Something we did maybe five or six times during the entire year of 2015, so this year we’re certainly improving on that! Our contributor Peter just wrote a story about a new watch brand from Singapore and they’re kickstarting their brand through Kickstarter. Here’e the Jubileon Superellipse…

3 years ago

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Alaska Project Watch Review

The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Alaska Project reference 311.32.42.30.04.001 was the limited edition Speedmaster watch model that Omega introduced at Baselworld 2008. It happens to have one of the most interesting “limited-edition stories” among the modern limited-edition Omega Speedmaster Moonwatches, in my opinion, and it happens to look really cool.

3 years ago

HANDS-ON: This charming watch – explaining the Tudor Heritage Advisor

Last year Tudor unveiled its first manufacture movement to nigh-on internet-breaking levels of fanfare and buzz. So impressive was the MT-5621 that it overshadowed the retro-modern North Flag that showcased it. But it’s a little remarked upon fact that Tudor’s first foray into in-house happened way back in 2011, in the Tudor Heritage Advisor – one of earliest, and (in my opinion) most under-rated of the Geneva-based brand’s popular Heritage collection.…

3 years ago

HANDS-ON: This charming watch – explaining the Tudor Heritage Advisor

Last year Tudor unveiled its first manufacture movement to nigh-on internet-breaking levels of fanfare and buzz. So impressive was the MT-5621 that it overshadowed the retro-modern North Flag that showcased it. But it’s a little remarked upon fact that Tudor’s first foray into in-house happened way back in 2011, in the Tudor Heritage Advisor – one of earliest, and (in my opinion) most under-rated of the Geneva-based brand’s popular Heritage collection.…

3 years ago

Laurent Picciotto and the HYT H4 Metropolis Turn off the Lights in Paris

By Victoria Townsend
Even if you don’t live in Paris, chances are you know, or know of, Laurent Picciotto, the colourful owner of Chronopassion on rue Saint-Honoré in the French capital. The famous watch enthusiast tests out the HYT H4 Metropolis in a new video. READ MORE
The post Laurent Picciotto and the HYT H4 Metropolis Turn off the Lights in Paris appeared first on Luxury Watch Trends 2016 – Baselworld SIHH Watch News.

3 years ago

4 Record-Setting Stainless Steel Patek Philippe Models Auctioned At Phillips. Is A Fifth Coming?

Patek Philippe watches in stainless steel are the hot thing among vintage collectibles. Phillips’s auction house, whose watch division is spearheaded by Bacs & Russo, has set four world records for stainless steel Patek Philippe watches over the last two years. A new find coming up in the Geneva Watch Auction: FOUR could possibly break the current record of almost $4 million. Check out that Patek Philippe Reference 1518 right here.

3 years ago

Up Close with the Laine Watch Classic Chronograph with a Remade Vintage Valjoux Movement

Despite the unexciting name, the recently announced Classic Chronograph is an impressive start for newly established Laine Watches. It’s a one-man independent brand established by Torsti Laine, a Finn who came to watchmaking late in life but nonetheless appreciates the finesse and quality of classic chronograph movements, hence the Valjoux 22 inside the Classic Chronograph. […]

3 years ago