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Aside from the design, the Bremont ALT1-ZT offers the same multi-role functionality of the ALT1-Z. You get a 12-hour chronograph, independent GMT hand with Roto-Click adjustable 24-hour bezel and a date at three, all managed by Bremont's BE-54AE, which is their expression of an ETA 7750 with a GMT module. This platform offers a huge amount of functionality and, with the adjustable 24-hour bezel, you can even track a third timezone if the need should arise.

Reading the time is pretty easy, actually, but given that it is a regulator style display, you'll need to look at one area for the minutes and another for the hour. Yes, this is a necessary trade-off for having this unique way of displaying the time. The subsidiary seconds indicator disc isn't super easy to see either, but at the end of the day, its primary use is to create some visual movement on the dial - this is not a tool-style watch worn when someone wants to measure the time with extreme precision.

 

The watch industry certainly did not need yet another pricey name, and the competition for ,000 plus watches was just getting too high. At that level, the majority of consumers only purchase timepieces from a few big-name companies - with very little room for everyone else. Now the circa ,000 segment is booming (again), with brands like Tudor and once again TAG Heuer vying for dollars. This is exactly where JeanRichard is playing its strongest hand, and the signature cushion-shaped case of the Terrascope, Aeorscope, and Aquascope is what the company hopes consumers will become positively familiar with.

Simply named as One, Two, and Three in Dutch, the three models differ only in their color scheme. The Florijn Een is the all-steel version, the Twee has a steel case with a black DLC-coated bezel, while the Drie, the one we have here, is the all-black version with black DLC-coated case, bezel and crown. All are limited to just 100 pieces and are priced below 0, so let's see what 0 gets you here.

On one hand, I appreciate that the size was done so that they could keep it legible. Nevertheless, I would have preferred to see it removed, or substituted for a simple date window – or perhaps an "oversize" one. Along with knocking out visibility for five of the twenty-four time zones the watch is tracking, it also obscures a large part of the world map. There is just something about this that feels off to my eye – at least from the photos that we have available to us.

There is a lot to like about the design of the Uhrenfabrik Junghans Max Bill range. The cool, clean lines, the wearability, the timelessness, the nicely finished in-house movement, and, most crucially perhaps, the price. The three ladies watches are a snip at 7. The gents quartz is only slightly more, with a price of 3. Next in line is the gents automatic, which comes in at ,049.49, and is only topped by the Chronoscope, which is priced at ,105.40 for the white dial version, ,171.40 with the black dial, and ,237.40 if you want the black dial on the Milanese bracelet.  junghans.de

Nomos Minimatik & Tangente Automatik With New In-House DUW 3001 Movement Hands-On

Nomos Minimatik & Tangente Automatik With New In-House DUW 3001 Movement Hands-On

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Nomos Minimatik & Tangente Automatik With New In-House DUW 3001 Movement Hands-On Hands-On Nomos considers the DUW 3001 their next generation, an accurate and scalable automatic movement that, within the Tangente case, for example, only increases overall thickness by 0.3mm (verses the hand-wound version with the Alpha movement). The DUW 3001 is not limited, and it won't exclusively appear within Nomos' top tier models. Alternatively, it is ready for large scale production and will actually begin its retail life in two models with list prices around 00.

The "Hi-Beat" Grand Seiko 62GS watches come in 40mm-wide steel cases with the in-house made caliber 9S85 automatic movements with 55 hours of power reserve and visible through the sapphire crystal caseback. The super-meticulously detailed dials have the industry's best dauphine-style hands and precision diamond-cut and polished hour markers. For these steel Grand Seiko 62GS watches, we have the SBGH037 with a silver dial and blue seconds hand as well as the SBGH039 with the lovely brownish red dial that I am very fond of.

7. REVEILLE: Alarm clock that can be set once, repeating daily, or each weekday.

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What I am trying to do in all of this is help explain the admittedly strange world that a brand like Jacob & Co. exists within - as well as the strange world of watches such as the Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon and Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon Baguette, which adds 16 carats of invisible-set baguette-cut diamonds. To regular folks, so much about ostentatious displays of wealth is offensive, and probably for good reason, because the message really is about saying “I am better than you.” But imagine a world of people who can all afford this stuff, and rather than looking to make their peers jealous due to the price of their items, they are just looking to wow and impress people visually. The “in your face” element of luxury is never going to go away, and I am a fan of democratizing luxury, for sure. With that said, I think many people are deeply fascinated by what the ultra-wealthy are doing, and since they aren’t going anywhere, they could do a lot worse than to get some of the rather amazing stuff you’ll find in the plush rooms at Jacob & Co.’s inviting inner sanctum.

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His Transmissione Meccanica Chronograph, truly inspired me to make an inspirational cufflink honoring it's design. Why? I saw the artistic passion that Mr. Mazzuoli put into making the watch, from the twenty two piece dial, to the beautiful bespoke irregularity of all of the hand made and finished, cases components. It is really a functioning sculpture. We also make beautiful, handmade, intentionally imperfect items, that hopefully convey our passion to our clients. We are thrilled with the cufflink, and believe it really captures the essence of the watch, and the passion for art and design Mr. Mazzuoli and I share.

Price and availability for IWC Connect are yet to be announced, but IWC promises more information in the coming months. Devices such as this are not particular unexpected at this point, as the traditional watch industry realizes that it must offer some answer to smartwatches such as the Apple Watch. Though, in some instances, it begs the question if the correct approach would simply be to make a strap where the module is actually an Apple Watch. I say this because my feeling is that traditional watch wearers will want to wear both a mechanical watch and something like an Apple Watch; and Swiss mechanical watchmakers are the first to admit they are not electronics or software makers. We might be pleasantly surprised with IWC Connect, and I look forward to sharing more as this story develops in the coming months. iwc.com

Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon 5-Day Power Reserve Indicator Watch Hands-On

Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon 5-Day Power Reserve Indicator Watch Hands-On

All three versions come on a solid 904L steel bracelet with a folding Oysterclasp and are priced from 5,400 CHF. In many ways, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual line is the most Rolex model in the modern Rolex line up. Just as there is something appealing in the pure and simple nature of vanilla ice cream, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual's design is basic, almost elemental. For someone who wants a remarkably well-made but entirely unassuming Rolex, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual offers something its more complicated and embellished siblings cannot - pure everyday Rolex. rolex.com

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So, at the end of the day, because aBlogtoWatch does cover mostly high-end watches, that fact does catch the attention of an affluent demographic who is able to purchase many of the items we cover. When you have a high disposable income it still means you want to make smart purchase decisions. So, much or our coverage is also designed to help high-end consumers make their watch choices wisely.

A small but intelligent design choice is that, while the minute track is indeed missing between 4 and 8, two subtle but visible white dots have been added to the spot where the two missing indices should be, giving useful points of reference when trying to read the time in the lower half of the dial. One small gripe that I do have with the chronograph does not concern the front but the back, as although the fancy perforated rotor remains, the decorated cap from its center is missing – which is a bit of a shame, as it did complete the case-back view.

The Caliber 3135 is one of Rolex’s most long-serving movements and was introduced nearly three decades ago in 1988. Apart from the Submariner, it also powered the Sea-Dweller, Yacht-Master, and certain Datejust models. It is Rolex’s most widely used caliber and is renown for its timekeeping and reliability. To get a better idea of what makes it tick, we observe a watchmaker take apart a 16610 Submariner and disassemble its Caliber 3135 movement.

The modern popularity of the tourbillon is intrinsically linked to what modern luxury is in many ways about - presentation, perception, and visual appeal. As complicated and cool as a tourbillon is - it is still a "show off" complication meant to visually express to those who see your timepiece that you can afford something expensive. Using this logic, you can answer the question of "why put two tourbillons (or more) into a wrist watch movement?" The answer - while, of course, involving technical challenges, and a tradition of mechanical watch making, etc. - is that the person wearing one can afford something doubly as expensive as a single tourbillon movement. Don't overthink it, that is the simple truth - and there really isn't anything wrong with that.

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Even though I am going to briefly go over the features in the "Space Module," I am not going to spend a lot of time focusing on its utility in space. I haven't been in space, and I think it is a conversation best left for Halda to have with existing space travelers. I am, however, going to suggest that the concept of such a module and how it works should be studied by smartwatch makers looking to understand how to combine their technology with the existing expectations of watch wearers. The Space Module begins with a high-end quartz regulation system and proprietary software (that looks to be updateable). In addition to offering various pieces of information related to the time, there are some sensors in the module, such as a g-force meter and a light sensor. Here is a full list of the Space Module features from Halda:

While the 2007 Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M models had steel cases and bezels with a sapphire crystal insert, the Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M Co-Axial Master Chronometer watches have titanium cases and ceramic bezels. These details make for a huge difference in how these watches wear. The Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M has always been a huge watch, and now in titanium, it wears a lot lighter. It feels fantastic on the wrist despite the large case dimensions of 55mm wide and 48mm tall. In addition to the case being in titanium, so is the mesh metal bracelet and deployant, which is excellent news. This is the first titanium mesh metal bracelet I am aware of. Omega actually includes a rubber strap with each Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M Co-Axial Master Chronometer in addition the bracelet - which is pretty nice, but at the same time, this is not an cheap watch.