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Only Watch Preview

We have gathered the final selection of impressive watches up for bid during the Nov. 7 Only Watch auction in Geneva. Each piece in the full collection of forty-four one-of-a-kind watches donated from prestigious watch houses will be ready for the highest bidders. This is an incredible opportunity to bid on unique watches while supporting a worthwhile cause. The auction has been organized this year by Aurel Bacs and Phillips Auctions, the Association Monégasque Contre les Myopathies (AMM) and the Monaco Yacht Show, along with all the participating watch brands, to support the Monaco Association Against Muscular Dystrophy’s mission to fund research for neuromuscular diseases and Duchenne muscular dystrophy. read more

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This Week in Watches

This Week in Watches featuring timepieces from Breitling, Frederique Constant, MCT, Mühle Glashütte, Parmigiani and Roger Dubuis.


Breitling Bentley B06 S:
The Bentley B06 is now available in a special S version with a 44mm diameter. It is driven by the manufacture Breitling Caliber B06, chronometer-certified, with a “30-second chronograph” system inspired by a 1926 Breitling patent. It involves a central hand sweeping around the dial in half a minute and thus ensuring extremely precise eighth-of-a- second readings of the times it measures. Another feature is the “variable tachymeter” with rotating bezel, serving to calculate average speeds whatever the time elapsed, the distance covered or the speed reached. The Bentley B06 S is available in steel or red gold and comes with on a bracelet or strap in leather, crocodile or rubber. Price: $10,630 read more

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Inside The Horological Smartwatch

Frédérique Constant and Alpina have each launched an analog-dialed Horological Smartwatch that offers wearers the ability to monitor sleep and activity by connecting it to a mobile device.

As the watch is worn, the data accumulated in a specially developed module is synced to the owner’s app on a handheld device via Bluetooth technology. The watch will not require charging as its quartz movement operates via a two-year watch battery. The timepiece will operate independently from the handheld device and store data for approximately thirty days. The wearer activates the activity or sleep modes via the crown, and the function is then indicated in the subdial at 6 o’clock. read more