Category: Rolex Day Date Prices

Hands-On: The Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor

The Insight is Romain Gauthier’s first miniature rotor watch, seen here in red gold with a white finish dial.

Romain Gauthier disclosed the Insight at Baselworld only a couple weeks prior. It’s the third significant column in the free watchmaker’s line-up (the other two being the HM/HMS watches and the Logical One ) and the first with a miniature rotor winding framework. The watch shows the hours and minutes on a fundamental dial, with a little seconds sub-dial set into it down at …

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Watch Spotting: Serena Williams Wearing The Audemars Piguet Diamond Outrage At The 2017 Met Gala

There is consistently a solid turnout of entertainers, performers, models, and competitors wearing the best couture, going from the protected to the terrifying. Notwithstanding the garments, the extras are likewise a solid piece of each star’s look, and any semblance of vintage Cartier, Bulgari, Fred Leighton, and so on can be spotted on the necks, arms, and at times tops of those strolling the red carpet.

Refreshing my Instagram feed the previous evening, I saw that one star …

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Hands-On: The Vacheron Constantin Overseas 37mm

What Is The Overseas?

If you are a devoted peruser of HODINKEE, you probably understand what the Overseas is. Yet, on the off chance that you are new here (welcome!) or new to Vacheron Constantin, let me separate it for you. Similar as Patek Philippe has the Nautilus, Audemars Piguet has the Royal Oak, and Rolex has fundamentally each and every watch they’ve at any point made, Vacheron has the Overseas. It’s an extravagance sports watch with a steel wristband that can be worn in …

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Breaking News: Announcing The 2017 Grand Prix D'Horlogerie De Genève Jury

Independent watchmaker Philippe Dufour.

Our own proofreader in-boss, Jack Forster.

While numerous legal hearers from years past are returning – Elizabeth Doerr, Philippe Dufour, Claude Sfeir, Abdul Seddiqi – there is another flood of more-than-accomplished specialists joining the positions interestingly. Most prominently, free British watchmaker Roger Smith is joining, similar to our own special proofreader in-boss, Mr. Jack Forster. Moreover, …

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Auctions: The Patek Philippe Ref. 565 With Breguet Dial For Sale At Phillips

Opposite them, on the opposite side of the room, close to the excellent straight windows that post onto Berkeley Square, I saw one singular man of his word snapping photos of a Calatrava. Since I realize just exclusive who might visit Phillips on a Monday during noon and in a split second perceived the Leica D-Lux pointing toward the watch, I figured I should perceive what had gotten my companion’s attention. Be that as it may, before I could make proper acquaintance, he pivoted and …

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Introducing: The Tudor Black Bay Bronze Blue Special Edition For Bucherer

This extraordinary release praises the upcoming 130th commemoration of Bucherer.

Technically talking, everything about this watch is indistinguishable from the first Heritage Black Bay Bronze that dispatched back in 2016. It’s as yet a 43mm jump watch with a unique bronze case that houses the Tudor MT5601, which is a chronometer-confirmed, in-house development with a silicon balance spring. For additional, look at Jack’s top to bottom tale about living with the Black Bay Bronze here …

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Hands-On: The Breitling Navitimer Rattrapante

The new Breitling Navitimer Rattrapante in steel, with an in-house movement.

Breitling and the Navitimer have a rich history. The Navitimer was presented in 1952 when Breitling previously made a “wrist instrument” intended for flight. At the hour of its plan, it was a definitive device watch and included each device that a pilot would require while flying. It incorporated the slide rule, which could likewise be found in the Chronomat, for taking in-flight estimations. In the main …

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Hands-On: The Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph Match Point

The Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph Match Point Limited Edition.

I used to play tennis routinely when I was a youngster. I would prepare three times each week for two hours, and play competitively on the ends of the week. One of my #1 parts of the game was the practically stately schedule that goes before each match. Consistently, I would put my tennis pack in a similar spot close to me, take out one racket, remove the old hold, put on another one, pluck the strings until …

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Bring a Loupe: A Colorful Rolex Ref. 6234, A Vacheron Constantin Ref. 4906, A High-Beat Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox, And More

Vacheron Constantin Automatic Ref. 4906 With Original Papers

The Vacheron Constantin reference 4906 was about usefulness during the 1950s, offering a programmed type and a screw-down waterproof caseback. Its case quantifies a considerable 35mm across, while countless dial/hands combinations exist, consistent with Vacheron Constantin’s structure in that period. In a letter to its retailers dated from the 1950s, the assembling had in fact shown that it never delivered in excess of 24 models …

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Introducing: The Nixie Machine II At The M.A.D. Gallery

Nixie clock and cylinder authority Alberto Schileo initially concocted the thought for this creation when he found many immaculate Z568M Nixie tubes in an old Soviet distribution center. These had been made in East Germany during the 1960s however gave off an impression of being in new-old-stock condition. Schileo reached Frank Buchwald, a German architect fixated by bizarre and fantastical lighting objects, to make an extremely intense base for the cylinders. The principal Nixie Machine …

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