Press Release: Bulgari vs. Hermès — A Comparative Watch Test

Bulgari Bulgari & Hermes Dressage watchesNew York City (NY); America’s best-selling watch magazine, WatchTime, has released a comparative test of the Bulgari Bulgari vs. the Hermès Dressage – two steel watches with automatic movements, both priced under $10,000.

While both Bulgari and Hermès are probably better known for their leather goods, silk scarves, and high-end ladies’ jewelry than for gentlemen’s watches, both brands are renowned worldwide for their sense of style. Both Bulgari and Hermès also look back on a long history of marketing watches, as well. This WatchTime feature not only offers some historical perspective on Bugari and Hermès watches but examines the pros and cons of two new models: The Bulgari Bulgari and the Hermès Dressage.

This exclusive comparative watch test, written by Watchtime editor Martina Richter and featuring original photography by Zuckerfabrik Fotodesign, presents everything a watch enthusiast needs to know about these two steel-cased, automatic watches.

WatchTime is offering this exclusive review — including detailed specs and prices for both watches — in its upcoming September-October 2014 issue, on sale September 16. For those who don’t want to wait for the print edition, WatchTime is now offering the complete article as a special, downloadable edition for $2.99.

It is available here:

Bulgari Bulgari & Hermes Dressage watches

About WatchTime

WatchTime is America’s #1 luxury watch magazine and one of the best-selling watch magazines worldwide. More than 600,000 aficionados read WatchTime’s products every month. WatchTime sells more magazines on U.S. newsstands, and has more social media fans, than all its North American watch-magazine competitors. WatchTime is the only watch magazine with dedicated digital editions for every major tablet platform. Inside Basel.Geneva, WatchTime’s annual luxury watch show, is America’s most popular event series for watch collectors. Its best-in-class journalism, digital products and live events have earned WatchTime several global awards and nominations. Based in New York City, WatchTime is a member of Germany’s Ebner Group, one of Europe’s largest family-owned special-interest media companies. Having operated continuously for 200 years, Ebner today publishes more than 80 magazines and 30 websites worldwide. WatchTime and its sister watch magazines are available in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, India and Asia.



Mr. Stephen Brown
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