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WatchTime New York 2018 Panel Preview: An American Movement

Every year at WatchTime New York, we host a number of industry panels throughout the Saturday session. These panels serve as a sort-of bookmark throughout the day and are a great chance to hear watchmakers themselves, industry pundits, and various members of the horological cognoscenti discuss the world of watchmaking as a whole. An American...

WatchTime New York 2018 Panel Preview: The Future of Watch Collecting

Every year at WatchTime New York, we host a number of industry panels throughout the Saturday session. These panels serve as a sort-of bookmark throughout the day and are a great chance to hear watchmakers themselves, industry pundits, and various members of the horological cognoscenti discuss the world of watchmaking as a whole. In The...

WatchTime New York 2018 Panel Preview: Meet Independent Watchmaking Stars

Every year at WatchTime New York, we host a number of industry panels throughout the Saturday session. These panels serve as a sort-of bookmark throughout the day and are a great chance to hear watchmakers themselves, industry pundits, and various members of the horological cognoscenti discuss the world of watchmaking as a whole. The first...

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Announcing the Winner(s) of the Second WatchTime Wrist Shot Contest

Another WatchTime Wrist Shot Contest has come to its conclusion. As you likely know, we did things a little differently this time around with having you — our loyal readers — vote on the winner. We turned the 300+ submissions we received earlier this month into a top 10 list that let you select who would...

COUNTDOWN TO WTNY

Five Extremely Rare Timepieces You’ll Find at WatchTime New York 2018

WatchTime New York, America’s luxury watch show, kicks off this Friday at Gotham Hall in Manhattan, and for many watch aficionados it may be their first and perhaps only chance to check out these extraordinarily rare timepieces from five of the 31 exhibiting watch brands — all made in an edition of 20 or less....

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Members Only: Porsche Design Chronograph 70Y Sportwagen PCA Edition

Porsche Design, which in recent years has emerged from the shadow of its past partnerships with watch brands like IWC and Eterna to begin developing and manufacturing its own timepieces from scratch, has launched its latest limited edition, celebrating 70 years of Porsche sports cars and offered exclusively to members of the Porsche Club of...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Akrivia Chronomètre Contemporain

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, is a little over a week away! As we continue our countdown to the long-awaited collectors’ event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we are highlighting timepieces from each brand that guests will have the chance to see. Today, we’re taking a look at...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Kerbedanz Maximus

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, is a little over a week away! As we continue our countdown to the long-awaited collectors’ event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we are highlighting timepieces from each brand that guests will have the chance to see. Today, we’re taking a look at...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Greubel Forsey Double Balancier Sapphire

For the fourth year in a row, WatchTime New York will be the host of many brands’ latest and most interesting releases (taking place October 26-27, with tickets available here). Among this year’s participants is the 14-year old haute horlogerie brand Greubel Forsey, who is bringing the U.S.-exclusive Double Balancier Sapphire with them. This piece is...

Ateliers deMonaco Celebrates 10 Years with the Poinçon de Genève Jet d’Eau de Geneve at WatchTime New York 2018

With the fourth annual WatchTime New York event at Gotham Hall fast approaching (October 26-27, tickets available here), Ateliers deMonaco will be showcasing their new Jet d’eau de Genève limited editions as part of their luxury Poinçon de Genève collection. The two watches, limited to 18 examples each, are hand-decorated, time-only pieces commissioned to commemorate...

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What Makes a Watch Masculine?: A Review of the Baume & Mercier Clifton Club Indian Legend Tribute Scout Limited Edition

What makes a watch masculine? Is it the size? Certain Hollywood leading men might say so. What about the material? The popularity of heavy-duty titanium and time-worn bronze these days make that a distinct possibility. How about the complication? I don’t know about you, but debating the virility of a perpetual calendar isn’t a frequent...

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Building a Well-Rounded Watch Collection for Under $5,000

The type of e-mail I most frequently come across as WatchTime’s Office Manager goes something like this: “I love your work but I can’t afford any of the watches or brands you cover. Why don’t you ever write about watches a regular guy who loves watches can buy?” I always think to myself “But we...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra-Plat Automatique 5367

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, is just under three weeks away! As we continue our countdown to the long-awaited collectors’ event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we are highlighting notable new timepieces that guests will discover there. Today we take a look at the Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra-Plat...

Debuting at WatchTime New York 2018: The New Raymond Weil Freelancer Calibre RW1212 Skeleton

America's luxury watch show, WatchTime New York, taking place on October 26-27 at Manhattan's luxe Gotham Hall, welcomes Raymond Weil to its lineup of participating watch brands for the first time in 2018. The event also hosts the world premiere of the company's newest release: an all-new version of the Freelancer Calibre RW1212 Skeleton in a titanium-colored steel case.

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The All-New Arctic Sport: E.C. Andersson’s Most Legible Watch Yet

E.C. Andersson Watch Co. is on the frontline of bold Scandinavian watch design, using sophisticated clear-cut lines merged with a progressive attitude. That’s particularly evident in the all-new Arctic Sport, the third iteration of the Calypso collection. The Calypso Arctic Sport is made with the dark Scandinavian winter in mind, targeted to outdoorsmen that often...

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Living With Bronze, Part 1: Choosing the Right Bronze Watch

This is the first of a three-part series on bronze watches by contributing writer Justin Mastine-Frost. This series will address the various aspects of owning and caring for a bronze watch that extend beyond the obvious passion for patina. Topics covered will include the pros and cons of aging the material naturally versus with chemicals and...

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LENVINO Watch Co. Launches the “Tour Collection 02”

Lenvino Watch Co., launched in Hong Kong in January 2017, is described by its founders as “a group of watch addicts with the passion and constancy of traditional watch craftsmanship” who aim to “awaken people’s minds about the core function of a watch.” In 2017, the microbrand launched its first Kickstarter campaign to fund the...

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How To Buy Vintage Watches

The market for truly "vintage" watches is something quite different from that for relatively young "pre-owned" watches. In this in-depth article, FratelloWatches founder and WatchTime contributor Robert-Jan Broer offers advice to newbies looking to dabble in the vintage watch market.