WatchTime received an unexpected visit this week from Frederic Gasser of the French watch manufacturer BRM, who was anxious to show us the brand's new timepiece, the Mak 44. It features a case made of Makrolon — according to Gasser, the material used in the windshields of racecars — and a skeletonized movement visible through the clear dial. Additional parts are made (many at the company's workshop in France) from a lightweight titanium and its automatic movement — based on an ETA Valjoux … [Read more...]
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Dear WatchTime readers, thank you very much for continuing to send us photos of yourselves wearing your favorite watches in all kinds of interesting places and situations! Here are some of the latest we've received. If you'd like to see yourself and your timepiece here, email us a high-res photo, along with a descriptive caption, to firstname.lastname@example.org. The best photos will also be selected for our Facetime category in the next issue of WatchTime magazine. … [Read more...]
As exciting as it is to experience all the new watches at the Baselworld watch fair, there is always the risk of “watch overload” setting in, which is why the occasional, rare foray into Accessories Land is often a welcome diversion. Usually, these items are limited to devices such as winders and clocks, but I found this year’s most intriguing accessory gleaming under a spotlight behind one of the porthole-shaped vitrines of Ulysse Nardin’s nautical-themed booth: namely, the company’s … [Read more...]