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Graham Silverstone Stowe USA

Graham has designed a new limited edition Silverstone Stowe specifically for the North American market. The Silverstone Stowe USA will be limited to only 50 pieces.

Van Cleef & Arpels Pierre Arpels (Video)

The understated, elegant look that has come back into fashion in men’s watches over the past few years is on display in the men’s dress watch introduced by watch-and-jewelry maison Van Cleef & Arpels at this year’s SIHH watch fair: the Pierre Arpels, named after a son of the brand’s co-founder, is a contemporary version...

A. Lange & Söhne’s Lange Zeitwerk Handwerkskunst

A. Lange & Söhne has introduced a limited edition of their Lange Zeitwerk timepiece at the opening of their new boutique at the Dubai Mall. The Lange Zeitwerk Handwerkskunst is limited to 30 pieces and will only be available in A. Lange & Söhne boutiques.

Football Fever: Hublot Launches New King Power FC Bayern Munich

There is probably no greater soccer fan than Hublot chairman Jean-Claude Biver, and the brand has reflected it: in 2011 it introduced the King Power Red Devil Manchester United, a limited-edition collaboration with England’s world-famous Manchester United team. This year, Hublot takes its horological talents to Germany, producing another limited model for one of Man...

Piaget’s Gouverneur Collection: Pictures, Specs, and Video

Piaget’s headline introduction at this year’s SIHH watch fair in Geneva was a new collection of dress watches called Gouverneur. Click here to read our report on all three models in the line, including photos of the watches and their movements along with an informative product video.

Gamer Time: Romain Jerome Pays Tribute to Pac-Man and Space Invaders

The iconic arcade games of the 1980s live on in a pair of unconventional Swiss-made watches from Geneva-based Romain Jerome, a brand that has delighted in marching to its own creative drummer, and celebrating both history and pop culture, since its founding in 2004. After crafting timepieces inspired by the 1969 moon landing, the wreck...

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s New Reversos Offer Decorative Finishes

Jaeger-LeCoultre‘s headline watch at this year’s SIHH was its ultra-complicated Duomètre à Sphérotourbillon, but the Swiss brand did not by any means ignore its iconic Reverso model, releasing several new additions to the collection, including a “Triptych” of new models, all showcasing traditional artisan handcrafting, from enameling to skeletonization to guilloché.

Three Decades of Shocks: Casio Launches 30th Anniversary G-Shock Models

In 1983, Casio launched its first G-Shock watch, a product that reinvented the image of the digital wristwatch and, with its unprecedented shock-resistant case, revolutionized watch case design as well. This year, the Japanese brand kicks off a year-long celebration of its most iconic timepiece leading up to the G-Shock’s 30th anniversary in 2013.

Spending Time with Girard-Perregaux

Watchtime recently spent some time with Girard-Perregaux and got to see some of their latest watches. We saw several watches, and several in particular stood out to us. Girard-Perregaux is famous for their three-bridge tourbillons, and the Laureato Tourbillon with sapphire bridges really caught our eye. This tourbillon is limited to only 10 pieces, and...

Bell & Ross Vintage WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir

Bell & Ross’s Vintage WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir is now available at Bell & Ross retailers. Like the WW2 Régulateur Heritage, the WW1 Chronographe Monopoussoir draws on military and aviation history for its inspiration. This watch reinterprets the look of chronographs used by aviators in the 1920s, which originally only had one button. The single button is...

JeanRichard Highlands Big Life Limited Edition

JeanRichard, the watch brand named for 17th-century Swiss watchmaker Daniel JeanRichard, has released a limited edition of its sporty Highlands model in collaboration with the Big Life Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the fauna and ecosystem of Africa. Created in 2010 by British photographer Nick Brandt, who specializes in intimate portraits...

Betting on Black: Richard Mille New RM 030 Limited Editions

In 2011, Richard Mille presented a watch with a new technical innovation: a model called the RM 030, powered by the new automatic Caliber RMAR1, which features a so-called “declutchable” winding rotor. Now the company has released a pair of limited-edition versions of the watch to be sold exclusively in North and South America, both...

Idol Time: American Idol’s Randy Jackson Talks Timepieces with WT

It’s been a big week for “American Idol’s” Randy Jackson. Not only is “AI” fandom abuzz over his future as a judge on the popular musical competition program, but this week also saw the launch of a new business venture for the famously watch-loving Jackson — Timepieces by Randy Jackson, a new line of watches...

100 Points of Time: Reviewing TAG Heuer’s Carrera Mikrograph 1/100

Last year, TAG Heuer introduced the Carrera Mikrograph 1/100, the first mechanical wristwatch with a central sweep-seconds hand that measures 1/100-second increments. Click here to read WatchTime‘s comprehensive look at this groundbreaking timepiece, part of the TAG Heuer triple feature in our July-August 2012 issue.

Tech Talk: Montblanc’s TimeWriter II Chronographe Bi-Fréquence 1000

If three watches constitute a trend, then measuring milliseconds, or 1/1,000s of a second, is a trend. Two watch brands, each with high-speed horological histories, have launched mechanical chronographs claimed to be capable of accurately measuring 1/1,000s of a second. Last year, TAG Heuer debuted its Mikrotimer Flying 1000 Concept Chronograph, followed this year by...