Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Bulgari Bulgari Solotempo

share  tweet  share  Of all the classic watches designed by Gérald Genta, the Bulgari Bulgari is, to me, the most interesting. It isn’t necessarily the piece I adore the most, but it’s the one I find most unique among his other famous designs. In contrast to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Omega Constellation,…

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share  tweet  share  On this date in 1801, watchmaking pioneer (and namesake of today’s Breguet watch company) Abraham-Louis Breguet obtained a patent for his most famous horological invention, the tourbillon. Today, numerous watchmakers have taken up the challenge of not only producing tourbillons for wristwatches, but also taking them to the…

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Thanks to a 75% “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the acclaimed comic book film adaptation Kingsman, The Secret Service is back for another stylish and violent secret agent romp: Kingsman: The Golden Circle. And while Taron Egerton and Colin Firth will be reprising their roles from the first film as agents…

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Laurent Ferrier Galet Regulateur Watch

Laurent Ferrier, a brand renowned for its contemporary twist on haute horlogerie, recently launched the Laurent Ferrier Galet Regulateur watch. This watch is the second to be housed in the recently introduced “Montre Ecole” case and, more importantly, the first regulator watch offered by the brand. The man behind the…

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Blancpain Villeret Date Moonphase Ladies’ Watch

The moon phase function has evolved from its traditional role as an accompaniment to men’s perpetual calendars to a “poetic” complication, used more often in ladies’ watches. It has been reimagined in many ways that depart from the traditional blue-sky-gold-moon-and-stars configuration, but Blancpain finds a way to maintain tradition while…

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How it Works: Casio Smart Outdoor Watch WSD-F10

share  tweet  share  Just about every smartwatch has functionalities that are useful in recording and tracking physical activity —  but only Casio has produced a watch specifically engineered for the rough-and-tumble of the great outdoors. Earlier this year, Casio released its WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch, an Android Wear wrist device…

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Montblanc 1858 Small Seconds: Reviewing the 1930s-Inspired Aviation Watch

share  tweet  share  The Montblanc 1858 Small Seconds is a charming, hand-wound timepiece that’s inspired by a vintage classic, the Minerva Pythagore Caliber 48. Here’s a hands-on review of the watch, courtesy of our colleague Nitin Nair at WatchTime Middle East. The Montblanc 1858 Small Seconds is inspired by aviation watches made…

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