Steel with a Smoky Blue Dial: Meet the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding 43 MM
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by Sabine Zwettler
2M ago
One of the greatest joys for watch enthusiasts is observing the evolution and reissues of iconic models. A striking example is Audemars Piguet’s latest execution of the Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding 43 mm. Premiered in 1993 as an offspring to the famous Royal Oak and nicknamed ‘The Beast’ due to its size and weight, the latest member of this luxury sports watch family sets sail with some awesome aesthetic details, combining a dark blue with the cool look and feel of stainless steel. Water-resistant to 100 meters, the 43mm stainless steel case is fitted with a blue rubber-coated bezel an ..read more
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The Spirit of Racing: Meet the Junghans 1972 Chronoscope Sports Edition 2024
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by Sabine Zwettler
2M ago
Sports timekeeping has a long tradition at Junghans. It began in the 1920s with the first hand stopwatches and continued at many major sporting events in the 20th century, including car races, ski world cups, rowing and athletics competitions. Junghans even had its own department to develop sports timekeeping technology, which was then used at major competitions. The highlight was the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. That year also gave its name to the sporty model series, which Junghans is expanding this year with quartz chronographs limited to 200 pieces each. The new 1972 Chronoscope Sports ..read more
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Citizen Celebrates a Century of Watchmaking with a Limited Pocket Watch
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by Sabine Zwettler
2M ago
In 1924, Citizen created its first-ever product: a pocket watch. It was given the name “Citizen” to express the idea of a watch that as many people as possible would be able to use and cherish for a long time. Inspired by that original philosophy and commemorating the anniversary, the Japanese watch manufacture now launches a pocket watch that pays tribute to the original’s aesthetics. The Citizen 100th Anniversary Special Limited Edition Pocket Watch boasts a beautiful ivory-colored dial with blued hands and subsidiary seconds at 6 o’clock. The surface features a stunning pattern that is cre ..read more
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Casio Celebrates 50th Anniversary with New Limited Casiotron Edition
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by Sabine Zwettler
3M ago
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Casio watch brand introduces the TRN-50, a limited edition timepiece of the groundbreaking Casiotron– the brand’s first digital watch and the first timepiece with an automatic calendar introduced in 1974. The edition is limited to just 4,000 pieces worldwide. While visually reminiscent of the original, the TRN-50, which is water resistant to 100 meters, boasts modern technological features. In addition to receiving time calibration signals from six stations worldwide, it functions as a solar radio-controlled watch with Mobile Link capability, allowi ..read more
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Sponsored: Bulova Unveils Meteorite Limited Edition Lunar Pilot Watch
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by WatchTime
5M ago
This month, Bulova once again revisits one of its most attention-grabbing vintage inspired designs, unveiling its latest creation in the new Meteorite Limited Edition Lunar Pilot Watch. The new release extends Bulova’s celebrated Lunar Pilot Watch collection, mirroring the dimensions of the original at 43.5mm; the starry-eyed timepiece joins the brand’s popular Archive Series, expanding the range of fascinating, space-ready chronographs with a novel meteorite dial. The history of Bulova’s Lunar Pilot chronograph dates back to August 2nd, 1971, during NASA’s Apollo 15 mission. The watch, desig ..read more
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Sponsored: Bulova Expands Classic Collection with New Sutton Timepieces
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by WatchTime
6M ago
Long a trailblazer in the realm of accessible luxury and automatic timepieces, the esteemed American-founded watchmaker Bulova introduces its latest update to its Classic collection with five new watches joining its Sutton series.  Including two new pocket watches and three tank-inspired wrist watches, the new additions pay homage to Bulova’s rich heritage– spanning over 147 years of uninterrupted history. The Sutton collection specifically takes inspiration from the brand’s early foundations and the visionary efforts of its founder, Joseph Bulova, with the series seamlessly blending cla ..read more
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Sponsored: Introducing the Yema Superman Bronze CMM.10 Limited Edition
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by WatchTime
7M ago
After 3 years of development, the French watchmaker YEMA presents its new 3-hand Manufacture caliber with modern architecture featuring chronometric precision, 70-hour power reserve and high resistance to magnetic fields and shocks via the new Superman Bronze CMM.10 Limited Edition. In line with the brand’s crowdfunding approach to finance their Manufacture calibers R&D, on November 10th YEMA will launch a new Kickstarter campaign to present the first Superman Bronze models equipped with the new CMM.10 caliber. The Return of Moby Dick In 2019, the first Superman Bronze in history was relea ..read more
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Sponsored: Powering Sustainable Innovation, Citizen Introduces the Eco-Drive 365
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by WatchTime
8M ago
In the bustling world of watches, where the lines of horological tradition often meet technological innovation, CITIZEN stands out through its creations. With a long history of engineering firsts in materials, movements, and design, the brand continues this legacy with its latest: the Eco-Drive 365. Powered by clean energy and distinctly chic in style, these light-driven watches epitomize the brand’s commitment to sustainability and superior craftsmanship. Citizen’s Eco-Drive technology, born out of a vision during the 1970s energy crisis, relies on the brilliance of any light. By ingeniously ..read more
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Hands-On Debut: Montblanc 1858 Minerva Monopusher Chronograph “Blue Arrow” P.05 For Collective Horology
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by Bilal Khan
9M ago
California-based Collective Horology have done it again with their latest release, this time in collaboration with Montblanc for the 1858 Minerva Monopusher Chronograph “Blue Arrow” P.05. Montblanc has steadily released lovingly created pieces under the historic Minerva name since they acquired it back in 2007. For vintage chronograph lovers, it really doesn’t get better than these low-production monopushers and the white dial with blue and yellow accents is like a breath of fresh air in the space.  You’ll recall Collective Horology’s last collaboration piece was the the Czapek Antarcti ..read more
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Showing at WatchTime New York 2023: Moritz Grossman Benu Power Reserve Salmon
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by Caleb Anderson
9M ago
Mark your calendars for WatchTime New York 2023, set to take place at Manhattan’s iconic Gotham Hall from October 20th to 22nd. This three-day extravaganza is a haven for watch collectors, offering brand presentations, industry panel discussions, and plenty of immersive horological experiences. Among the brands presenting will be German watchmaker Moritz Grossman, which will be showcasing one of its most important highlights of the year in the Benu Power Reserve Salmon. Moritz Grossman is a name synonymous with traditional watchmaking artistry, with its Benu Heritage collection in particular ..read more
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