- Atticus Pytheas is a watch for adventures into the unknownby Victor Marks on January 26, 2021 at 8:03 pm
An adventurer into the unknown, an explorer, if you will, needs a simple, reliable watch. Maybe you don’t need a second or third timezone. Maybe you don’t need a slide rule. Maybe, you just need the time, just-in-time. And that’s what the Atticus Pytheas provides. Atticus is neither the first, nor the last, to make
- Introducing: A New Book About Chanel’s Signature Watchby Cara Barrett on January 26, 2021 at 8:00 pm
The J12 bridges fashion and horology. To find out how, read this big black book from the maison behind the little black dress.
- Review: The Ten Eleven Nine Researcherby Blake Buettner on January 26, 2021 at 7:00 pm
The label ‘elegant tool watch’ is a bit of an oxymoron when you think about it. Objects we’d traditionally refer to as tools are generally far removed from any context under which they could possibly qualify as elegant. A few bar tools come to mind, a restored felling axe perhaps, but definitely not that wrench The post Review: The Ten Eleven Nine Researcher appeared first on Worn & Wound.
- Octo Finissimo S Steel Silvered Dialby Jason Pitsch on January 26, 2021 at 6:45 pm
This week, LVMH-owned Italian jeweler and watchmaker, Bulgari, unveiled a new version of the brand’s signature luxury sports watch, the Octo Finissimo S. Featuring an integrated stainless steel bracelet, the 40 mm stainless steel case of the Octo Finissimo S Steel Silvered Dial is just 6.4 mm thick — which is slightly thicker than the…
- Introducing: The Timex Nuptse Atlantis Edition For Japanby James Stacey on January 26, 2021 at 6:00 pm
A candy-colored Japanese revival of a humble classic.
- Hands-on – Artisans de Genève “The Pearl Project” – A Skeletonised Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711by Monochrome on January 26, 2021 at 5:55 pm
Today’s high-end watch aficionados increasingly seek unique products; watches that no one else has and reflect their personality. Some brands offer bespoke watches, but companies specialised in watch customisation services are one avenue to exclusivity and personalisation. There are a handful of such companies, but Artisans de Genève is in a league of its own.
- In The Shop – In The Shop: The G-SHOCK ‘Full Metal’ AWM-500 Revival Seriesby Cait Bazemore on January 26, 2021 at 3:58 pm
An ’80’s classic, revamped.
- Introducing the Nezumi X RUF Voitureby Mark McArthur-Christie on January 26, 2021 at 3:00 pm
It seems like you can’t move for chronographs powered by Seiko mecaquartz engines nowadays. One tried and tested route to stand out is by giving your new line of watches a whiff of the pit lane with a link to some aspect of petrolheadery. It can sometimes feel a little contrived, but when the bloke The post Introducing the Nezumi X RUF Voiture appeared first on Worn & Wound.
- Introducing – Bvlgari Octo Roma Carillon Tourbillonby Rebecca Doulton on January 26, 2021 at 2:35 pm
The Octo Roma Carillon Tourbillon marries two traditional complications in a radically contemporary setting. The impressive acoustic and visual show, with a three-hammer chime and tourbillon, takes place on the dial of a very ‘noir’ Octo Roma case. The hammers, gongs and tourbillon are exposed on the dial while the mechanics of the impressive new
- HODINKEE Radio: What We Learned At LVMH Watch Week 2021by Stephen Pulvirent on January 26, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Three brands released more than a dozen new watches – and we’ve got all the details.
- Introducing the Citizen Super Titanium Satellite Wave GPSby Patrick Kansa on January 26, 2021 at 2:00 pm
I have long had a fascination with watches that can sync themselves with signals (be it from land-based atomic clock radios, as my own watch does) or those that sync to the heavens (and GPS satellites) to keep themselves accurate – especially if they can power up via light. In other words, a watch that’s
- Introducing – The New Bvlgari Serpenti Spiga Models (Live Pics)by Nina Scally on January 26, 2021 at 11:40 am
The Bvlgari Serpenti design has enjoyed cult status since the 1940s, blurring the lines between a piece of jewellery and a watch. As one of the oldest collections in Bvlgari’s catalogue, it propelled the company into the spotlight with its unique design inspired by the body and head of a snake. The most recent iterations
- Basel’s HourUniverse show postponed until the summerby Rob Corder on January 26, 2021 at 11:35 am
MCH Group has confirmed that HourUniverse, a jewellery and watch show created in the wake of Baselworld’s closure, will not take place in April as planned. MCH hopes a new date for a physical event can be found, but has not committed to one. Potential exhibitors that have been in discussions to participate have been The post Basel’s HourUniverse show postponed until the summer appeared first on WatchPro.
- CORDER’S COLUMN: £113,775 for discontinued Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711? Are you insane?by Rob Corder on January 26, 2021 at 11:04 am
Every January, Patek Philippe authorised dealers receive a list of watches that will be discontinued in the coming year. This time they were shocked to learn that the hottest reference of the past decade, the sporty steel Nautilus 5711/1A-010, is being culled. The 5711 has taken on legendary status, not so much because of its The post CORDER’S COLUMN: £113,775 for discontinued Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711? Are you insane? appeared first on WatchPro.
- Introducing – Zenith Pilot Type 20 Silver Chronograph (Live Pics)by Nina Scally on January 26, 2021 at 9:55 am
This year, Zenith is showcasing its latest releases in an exclusive one-week online event together with other brands from the LVMH Group. In addition to the all-new Chronomaster Sport and Chronomaster Revival A385 watches, the company is releasing the Zenith Pilot Type 20 Silver Chronograph, the Le Locle-based watchmaker’s first-ever Pilot Chronograph model crafted from
- Chisholm Hunter uses virtual Burns Night to raise money for Spina Bifida charityby Rob Corder on January 26, 2021 at 9:25 am
Burns night slipped past yesterday with the odd dram of whiskey and contemplative plate of haggis as mass events or even family gatherings were prevented by government restrictions. That has not stopped Glasgow-headquartered Chisholm Hunter from its annual fundraising for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland that it builds around celebration of the Scottish poet. “Happy Burns The post Chisholm Hunter uses virtual Burns Night to raise money for Spina Bifida charity appeared first on WatchPro.
- Available Now: NOS Tudor Black Bay and Pelagos State of Qatarby Ross Povey on January 26, 2021 at 9:16 am
Two of the most well-known watches commissioned by the State of Qatar, the Tudor Black Bay and Pelagos with the special insignia are fine examples of the limited editions made by Tudor for its important clients over the last few years The post Available Now: NOS Tudor Black Bay and Pelagos State of Qatar appeared first on Revolution.
- Mademoiselle returns to charm Chanel J12 watch loversby Rob Corder on January 26, 2021 at 9:05 am
Mademoiselle Chanel is returning to the wrist this year as a stylized charm of the iconic designer. She appears dangling from the crown of a new J12, which goes on sales in black or white ceramic. Each reference is made in a limited edition of 555 pieces. The classic watch, and Chanel best seller, has The post Mademoiselle returns to charm Chanel J12 watch lovers appeared first on WatchPro.
- TW Steel jumps into Counter-Strike first-person shooter video games arenaby Rob Corder on January 26, 2021 at 9:02 am
Counter-Strike was already one of the world’s most popular multiplayer first-person shooter video games in the world before it was professionalized with big money world-wide tournaments. The counter-terrorism game had over 23 million players in the past month, making it an irresistible platform for sponsors looking to reach its young (and sometimes not so young) The post TW Steel jumps into Counter-Strike first-person shooter video games arena appeared first on WatchPro.
- MB&F cracks challenge of housing Horological Machine N°9 Flow in a crystal caseby Rob Corder on January 26, 2021 at 9:01 am
Hair-brained horologist MB&F has managed to create its 2018 Horological Machine N°9 Flow in a transparent crystal case. MB&F founder Max Büsser has consistently described the HM9’s movement as his most beautiful to date, but displaying it from every angle in clear sapphire was a technological and mechanical challenge too far until today. Now, for The post MB&F cracks challenge of housing Horological Machine N°9 Flow in a crystal case appeared first on WatchPro.