Tagged: Watch Review

Watch Recommended : Reviewing Breguet Hora Mundi 5727

Let’s get to know the Breguet Hora Mundi 5727.

Inside the 18-carate white gold case is the Cal. 77F0, which is composed of a base Calibre 777 with an additional plate. The movement powers the instant time-zone jump with synchronised date, 24-hour and city indications.

The watch is also available in 18-carat rose gold. read more

Watch Fashion Trend : Audemars PiguetRoyal Oak Chronograph, Ulysse NardinJade, A. Lange & SöhneRichard Lange Jumping Seconds, More!

Here are group of watches that makes wearing white all year round the new fashionable trend to follow.

Audemars PiguetRoyal Oak Chronograph

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph

This past month, tennis star Serena Williams won her 22nd major victory at Wimbledon. During the tournament, it was hard not to spot the striking Royal Oak Chronograph in rose gold on her wrist. The watch perfectly complemented the white ensemble she was wearing and although conceptual, the video below encapsulates the spirit of the partnership with Williams. read more

Vacheron Constantin Overseas World Time – On the Wrist

I love a good GMT or world time watch on any given day, but the overall execution of this Vacheron left me all too eager to get some extended hands-on time. The time has come and gone, so let’s get to it.

After my week on the wrist experience with the adorable Overseas Chronograph, it was safe to say that I’m a big fan of the relaunched 2016 Overseas collection across the board. From its unique bezel and case design right down to its clever strap changing system, there’s a lot to love, but when given an initial first-hand glimpse at the new World Time model, I – along with many of my fellow enthusiasts and media who made it up onto the High Line in New York for Vacheron’s entertaining kick-off event – was almost immediately convinced that this was the new it piece from the Overseas lineup. read more

Bulgari Diagono Magnesium Chronograph Review

The watch now comes with a self-winding chronograph movement and has the aestethic of Italian sports cars with the materials in the case: magnesium, ceramic, Motorola and PEEK. The Diagono Magnesium Chronograph combines high-tech materials ensuring performance, power and agility.

Sketch of the Bulgari Diagono Magnesium Chronograph read more

Review On A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Moon Phase Watch Hands-On

At SIHH 2016, German A. Lange & Söhne introduced a slew of impressive “flagship” watches such as the incredible Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon. We always think of A. Lange & Söhne as a company that produces “grail watches,” meant for only the most elite buyers. However, certainly, the brand has a few models that are a bit more down to earth such as the easy-to-love Saxonia Moon Phase. “Down to earth,” relatively speaking, that is, and for Lange I think that means anything under about $45,000 in price. read more

Ball Engineer II PowerLIGHT 72 Watch

Review Ball Engineer II PowerLIGHT 72 Watch

Apart from a new in-house movement launched in 2016, Swiss Ball watches is also getting more serious about adding their own components and tweaks to the base movements they work with. Back in 2013 Ball announced a novel shock protection system for the balance wheel called SpringLOCK. SpringLOCK was never actually deployed in a serious way thanks to it simply cost too much to manufacture – and Ball didn’t want to charge too much of a premium for SpingLOCK-equipped watches. So for 2016, Ball introduces the second generation of SpringLOCK which is currently a system that can be industrialized properly and, based on Ball, continues the mission of preventing vibrations from dramatically affecting the accuracy of mechanical watches. This new SpringLOCK system, along with other cool features is found in the new reference NM2126C-SCJ-BK Ball Engineer II PowerLIGHT 72 watch. read more

Cartier Santos 100 Watch

Reviewing On Cartier Santos 100 Watch

In my years reviewing Cartier timepieces, I’ve mainly chosen round watches. Actually, most people who buy watches choose ones with round cases. I say this due to reviewing the Cartier Santos 100 watch was a bit left-field for me. But, it is a decision I am happy that I made because this is a timepiece with a huge amount of wrist-appeal once you actually put it on. read more

Side Of Angelus U20 Ultra-Skeleton Tourbillon Watch

Review – Angelus U20 Ultra-Skeleton Tourbillon Watch

In fact, the Angelus U20 Ultra-Skeleton Tourbillon wants you to forget about microscopic texts discreetly saying “tourbillon” on solid watch dials. With an “ultra-skeletonized” movement, the Angelus U20 puts everything on show, practicing levels of transparency scarcely experienced in the Swiss watch industry. A flying tourbillon, bridges in blue, and everything else you’d possibly want to see: it’s all laid out in front of you. All it takes is a fair bit of engineering, a sprinkle of blue titanium, and some massive pieces of sapphire crystal. read more

Bovet Récital 18 Shooting Star Watch

Bovet Récital 18 Shooting Star Watch Review

Not to be overshadowed by the watches being released by brands presenting at SIHH 2016, Bovet has released a visually impressive piece of their own. The Bovet Récital 18 Shooting Star watch is a magnificent piece of horology that is limited to only 50 pieces. Bovet releases several greatly high-end watches every year, and if this is is a sign of things to come for 2016, then we’re expecting for the year ahead from Bovet. read more