Last October, WatchTime was among a select group of media outlets invited to tour and explore Chopard's Swiss watchmaking operations in Geneva and Fleurier. By the end of the comprehensive visit, it was clear that Chopard, a brand still known more for high jewelry than high horology, is devoted to making its mark on the men's luxury watch market. Here are seven reasons why. … [Read more...]
Bovet Fleurier is a Swiss watch brand. Bovet was foundet by Édouard Bovet in 1822. Its reputation stems from its pocket watches manufactured for the Chinese market in the 19th century. Today it focuses on artistic watches with prices up to $2.5 million). Bovet is known by collectors for its its dials (Fleurier Miniature Painting), engraving and a seven-day tourbillon. Bovet was one of the first brands to offer skeletonized watches to show off their decorated movements. Bovet is employing women artisans, which is rare for watch making companies. The Bovet collection includes the Bovet Amadeo, Bovet Dimier, Bovet Chateau de Motiers, Bovet Sportster, Bovet The Art of Bovet. Bovet watches for men and Bovet watches for women are sold based on the Bovet watches prices list. Our database has many Bovet watches for sale. We cover Bovet prices, have the Bovet price list on our database, show you Bovet watches for sale and help you to identify false Bovet replica. We also have dozens of new and vintage Bovet watches in our luxury watch database, with Bovet photos, Bovet price list infos, Bovet sale data and Bovet watch band info.
This is our Bovet content section. Please scroll down to find Bovet news, Bovet reviews and other Bovet updates. WatchTime is America’s no. 1 watch magazine, our website watchtime.com is among the fastest-growing watch websites worldwide. We have the largest tablet circulation and highest social media fan base of any watch magazine, including Bovet live posts. Our watch database has more than 24,000 watches, among them many Bovet watches. WatchTime’s editors are trusted and respected as the world’s leading watch journalists.
Our content section covers the most popular Bovet watches, new Bovet watches, the best Bovet watches in the world and also look at the best Bovet watch reviews to help you find the perfect watch for you. Read our posts about top rated Bovet watches and the best Bovet watches reviews and make sure to also narrow your search down by date, for example by looking for the best Bovet watch 2014 or top 10 Bovet watches 2013 and popular Bovet watches 2015 – or even new Bovet watches rumored to be launched in 2016. We will help you answer the questions: what is the best Bovet watch, what are the top rated Bovet watches? Even for collectors it sometimes can be difficult to decide on the coolest Bovet watch or even the best Bovet watch in the world. That’s why WatchTime covers many timepieces, on our database and the blog, news or reviews section. There you will find men’s Bovet watches and women’s Bovet watches as well as the best Bovet watches for men and the best Bovet watches for women. For budget conscious aficionados we also look into more affordable Bovet watches and and address the all-important issue of what is the best Bovet watch for the money and what are the best Bovet watches values one can expect. Don’t be discouraged if you need more time than expected to find the right watch, head back to WatchTime frequently to not miss any of our top ten Bovet watches news, top rated Bovet watches reviews or best new Bovet watches blog posts.
Did you know that WatchTime has a Pinterest page with nearly 100 boards and more than 2,300 photos of watches, celebrity watch fans and other images? We've got boards devoted to categories such as divers' watches and tourbillons as well as dozens of individual brands from Rolex to Breguet to Greubel Forsey. Below, we count down the WatchTime pins that you've been clicking the most. Is one of your favorites among them? (And don't forget to visit our boards if you're still doing some early … [Read more...]
January 31 marked the start of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Horse. Since the huge growth in demand for luxury watches in the Asian market, several top watch brands have commemorated the lunar New Year with limited-edition timepieces. We've already shown you Jaquet Droz's Ateliers d'Art Horse watches; here are four more from three other luxury brands. … [Read more...]
At the big watch fairs, like the upcoming Baselworld show and the recent SIHH in Geneva, the stars of the show tend to be complicated watches for men, but each year, watch brands also debut plenty of ladies' watches, many made at the same level of craftsmanship as their male counterparts. With Valentine's Day right around the corner, we're looking at some recently announced ladies' watches which will be available in 2014. … [Read more...]
A growing number of chronographs have push-pieces in unorthodox places. In this WatchTalk article from our January-February 2014 issue, on sale now, we explore several of them, including a modern-day take on a vintage Omega watch and a Bovet timepiece that can shift from wristwatch to pocketwatch to table clock with the push of a button. … [Read more...]
Welcome to the second installment of "Around the Web," where WatchTime social media maven Alan Loren delivers some of the most interesting watch-related stories and news tidbits of recent weeks, culled from the websites of your favorite brands as well as some of the most popular watch blogs and lifestyle media. This week we've homed in on two very special articles from The New York Times and Daily Telegraph, and news from the worlds of Baume & Mercier, Ulysse Nardin and … [Read more...]
Munich-based UTS has carved out a niche: German-made professional divers’ watches, all with cases made in-house from single blocks of steel by engineer Nicolaus Spinner. Learn more in this feature from WatchTime's December 2011 issue. … [Read more...]
Swiss luxury watch brand Bovet will open its first U.S. boutique in New York City at 50 Central Park South. The boutique will be its fourth worldwide, joining its Moscow, Baku, and Berlin locations. The boutique, located in the Ritz-Carlton directly across from Central Park, will officially open in Autumn 2013. … [Read more...]
WatchTime spent the weekend in Las Vegas, but the slots and poker machines took a back seat to chronographs, tourbillons and GMTs as we discovered new watches, several of which we missed at Baselworld, at the JCK Watch and Jewelry Fair at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. Below are some of the highlights. … [Read more...]
In our March-April issue, on sale now, WatchTime's Jay Deshpande speaks to Bovet owner Pascal Raffy about his plans for the 187-year-old brand. In this feature from our December 2009 issue, writer Lucien F. Trueb explores Bovet's history and the story of how Raffy fell madly in love with it. … [Read more...]
"Thank you, thank you very much!" That's what the folks at Antiquorum Auctioneers might be saying today to the private collector who acquired the showcase piece at this week's auction in New York, an Omega Constellation once owned by the King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley. The watch sold for an astounding $52,500, five times its pre-sale estimate and a world record for that reference. … [Read more...]
On September 23, the Principality of Monaco will stage the world-famous Only Watch charity watch auction. Under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II, 40 unique timepieces will be sold by leading horological auction house Antiquorum. Leading up to the auction, the featured timepieces will be on tour, visiting many of the world's leading collecting capitals. … [Read more...]
The watch world calendar year kicks off with the SIHH and Baselworld spectacles, where the great majority of new releases or "novelties" are introduced to the press and the public. The early summer watch and jewelry shows in Las Vegas - JCK and Couture - typically pale in comparison, at least when it comes to new watch introductions. But that is not always the case. … [Read more...]
How much do you know about the various quality seals and certificates awarded to watch movements these days? Find out by taking the WatchTime test. As always, the answers appear at the bottom. … [Read more...]
Watch collectors and aficionados will have an opportunity to preview the 34 one-of-a-kind timepieces being offered at Only Watch 2009 during an exhibition at the Tourneau Time Machine in New York September 10-12. Only Watch is a biannual auction held during the Monaco Yacht Show under the patronage of HSH Prince Albert II. The world's leading watch brands donate unique and first-in-a-series "Only Watches", and the timepieces are auctioned by Patrizzi & Co. with all proceeds going to support … [Read more...]
Not long ago, Lynn Miner, a reader of WatchTime magazine, wrote with a request: would we publish a guide on how to pronounce all those nettlesome watch-brand names? We hope the following brand list, with phonetic spellings on the right, helps Miner and tongue-twisted watch fans everywhere. … [Read more...]