Introducing: The Patek Philippe Reference 5208T-010 In Titanium For Only Watch 2017

The Patek Philippe Reference 5016 in steel, for Only Watch 2015.

At the last release of Only Watch, be that as it may, in 2015, Patek Philippe offered a steel ref. 5016 which wound up pounding for a unimaginable CHF 7,300,000 – at the present conversion scale, that is about $7.54 million. This was indeed another bartering record for any wristwatch, albeit the steel 5016 was not bound to hold the title for long. Simply a year ago, another steel Patek Philippe took the crown: …

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Introducing: The Full Only Watch 2017 Lineup

We’ve just featured a couple of our #1 watches from the bundle, including this monopusher split-seconds chronograph from F.P. Journe , a left-gave bronze Tudor in another tone , a Patek Philippe stupendous complication , and even another Type 1 Squared from Ressence that we helped plan.

But you most likely need to see the full setup, isn’t that right? Indeed, we have it for you (obviously). Here’s a full once-over of the 49 parcels available to be purchased, in sequential request, …

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Introducing: The Omega James Bond Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 'Commander's Watch' Limited Edition

In the movies there have been shifting understandings of Bond’s military position however in the books in any event, it was anything but a cover or an honorarium yet an impression of Bond’s administration during World War II, in the Royal Navy (however it is likewise thought by Bond researchers that his experience should reflect administration with SOE, the Special Operations Executive). Daniel Craig’s Bond seems to have served in either the SAS or SBS (Vesper Lynd, in Casino Royale, …

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Auctions: Sotheby's 'Celebration Of The English Pocket Watch, Part IV' Produces Mixed Results

The star parcel was no. 78 , a pocket watch made by Dr. George Daniels in 1970 for Edward Hornby, which includes an Earnshaw spring detent escapement and one moment tourbillon just as a retrograde hour hand. An incredibly appealing and generally significant watch in the advancement of twentieth century horology, parcel no. 78 sold for £464,750 ($601,709) including purchaser’s exceptional, well over its high gauge of £350,000 ($453,143).

The next-most elevated performing parcel was …

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A Week On The Wrist: The Rolex Sea-Dweller Reference 126600

Rolex And The Pursuit of Waterproofness

An unique Royal Oyster case from 1926.

In my point by point take a gander at Rolex from 2015 , I talk about organizer Hans Wildorf’s quest for three unique properties that would come to characterize Rolex watches: accuracy timekeeping, a programmed development, lastly, protection from water. For what reason was this so essential to Wilsdorf? Since before the presentation of the Oyster in 1926, watches (at that point generally of the pocket …

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Bring a Loupe: A Universal Genève 'Nina Rindt' And A Selection Of Other Chronographs Available On Ebay

General Genève Compax Reference 885103/02, The 'Nina Rindt'

The Universal Genève Compax “Nina Rindt” got its moniker from being worn by F1 champion Jochen Rindt’s better half at the Formula 1 races  that she joined in. This highly contrasting Compax turned into a top choice among vintage gatherers, and the cost for a decent one has thusly risen. The applied “U” logo shows that what we have here is a prior “Nina Rindt”, while the latere models would display a painted logo.

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Friday Live: Episode 9 – A Watch Brand Pronunciation How-To, Watches In The Office, And Live Q&A

(Unfortunately during the live cast a specialized issue kept us from having the option to give our meeting Mr. Patrik Hoffmann. Our expressions of remorse; the video can be seen above).

We’ll likewise investigate watches we have in the workplace for survey, including some intriguing pieces from Rolex, Seiko, and Tudor, lastly, we’ll take a gander at perhaps the most disputable, disruptive and interesting points taking all things together horology: how the damnation do you …

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Letters To The Editor: Why Isn't Rolex Considered One Of 'The Big Three'?

There are a few questions that can come up with regards to the Big Three; nowadays one is whether or not now, there ought to be a Big Four with the incorporation of A. Lange & Söhne. (Not to be exorbitantly incidental however it is maybe lucky that nobody has at any point asked me where the expressions “Large Three” and “Heavenly Trinity” were first utilized. Timezone? Does anybody really know? Since I don’t.)

In any case, a peruser wrote in to us on Facebook as of late, …

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Introducing: Omega Launches X-33 Regatta, Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black ETNZ At The 35th America's Cup

In what was generally seen as a significant bombshell (Team New Zealand was almost done in at one point by a subsidizing deficiency) this year the challenger won, with ETNZ returning the Auld Mug in victory to Auckland. It stays not yet clear whether New Zealand can hold the Cup as long as the record holder: the New York Yacht Club effectively safeguarded the Cup for a stunning 132 years. 

The win by ETNZ didn’t simply guarantee that going to the following America’s Cup will be …

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Dispatches: With Montblanc At The Petrolhead's Paradise That Is The Goodwood Festival Of Speed

He snickered. “Neither did I,” he said.

The Festival is a four-day motorsports occasion, the highlight of which is the coordinated Hillclimb race which happens on the grounds of Goodwood House, found south and west of London in West Sussex. Goodwood is the genetic seat of the Dukes of Richmond who have utilized it as a home since the primary Duke of Richmond obtained it in 1697 (the house was completed around 1600). 

The Festival of Speed is the brainchild of the …

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