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Laurent Ferrier

Laurent Ferrier Galet Square Hands-On

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At Baselworld 2015 Laurent Ferrier released the Galet Square. Its unique cushion formed situation is dependent on the Laurent Ferrier’s first collection, the Galet (pebble). The Galet Square measures 41 by 41mm (45.35mm across) by 11.10 mm thick.

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You will find three models: red-colored gold with chocolate dial and 11 red-colored gold applied drop-formed hour markers in red-colored gold, steel with blue blue-well developed dial with vertical satin-blown finish with 11 drop-formed hour-markers in white gold or platinum, and steel having a sunburst gold-well developed dial with three whitened drop-formed hour-markers in white gold or platinum. read more


Tell you Burberry heritage watch men’s is a symbol of man’s taste

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Burberry heritage watch men’s are recognized not just for wonderful good quality from the check out design and design but to the development and producing of unusual check out straps. Revolutionary options are utilized through the producing of watches themselves. For instance, Burberry heritage watch men’s of hi-tech ceramics and tungsten carbide are contained through the Burberry line. read more

Bell & Ross

Bell & Ross Aviation BR 01 Instrument Airborne Watches

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The legendary BR01 Aviation collection is directly inspired through the instrumentation of aircraft cockpits and addresses four fundamental needs: legibility, functionality, precision and water-resistance. Bell & Ross innovates presenting new models every year. In 2013 Bell & Ross updates their venerable Aviation Collection watches with three new pieces praising the aircraft of yesteryear. The Bell and Ross BR01 Aviation Collection now features the Airspeed, Climb and Heading watches, inspired by three common dials from the cockpit. read more


U-Boat Thousands of Feet Chronograph Limited Edition

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Yet another guilty pleasure watch.. the U-Boat Thousands of Feet Chronograph LE. The flightdeck was big and obnoxious, but the Thousands of Feet is EVEN MORE so. Think of U-Boat meets Bell & Ross, and then juice it up with some steroids and you have it. Is it cool? Yes. Is it practical? No.

The Thousands of Feet Chronograph is a limited edition, much more rare and limited in production than the regular Thousands of Feet which is a manual winding model. It features a gigantic 50mm case, and is quite thick, affording the wearer a lot of wrist presence. The watch also stands out and can sometimes skirt the line between Fashion Watch and Horological Timepiece… and that is often the predicament I find myself in when selecting the timepiece of the day. Sometimes I find certain watches just look too much like Fashion Watches and that’s just not the statement I want to make. read more


Jacob & Co. Cyclone Tourbillon Watch Hands-On3.

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Boy, exactly what do I even say about that one? Jacob & Co.’s new ultra high-finish, non gemstone-studded watch out for 2011 is that this Cyclone Tourbillon. The timepiece includes a large escapement that is really around the front-mounted automatic rotor. Getting things around the rotor is kind of a trend this season as Cartier did such like using their Astroregulateur watch and Blancpain includes a energy reserve indicator on the rotor this season on the new L-evolution piece. Although the Cyclone may be the first watch ever with an actual tourbillon spinning on the spinning rotor.

The movement was produced by a few ex BNB men who’re now at La Fabrique du Temps. It features a kind of technical design having a textured, though relatively flat dial (because the rotor must spin around). You will find the time, a subsidiary seconds dial, along with a energy reserve indicator. the dial and window is quite oddly shapes because in every position you switch the timepiece, the rotor will fall under another position, and also the dial is supposed to frame another element onto it. I suppose that’s interesting, and also the time is not way too hard to see. read more