We take a look at ten watch brands, including Rolex, A. Lange & Söhne, Hublot and Omega, that have invented their own alloys by combining different metals.
When it comes to museums operated by watch brands, the Omega museum in Bienne is definitely one worth a visit (and if you’re not planning a trip to Switzerland, there’s a website as well: www.omegamuseum.com). It is located just across from Omega HQ, admission is free, it’s open on Saturdays as well as during the
WatchTime’s list of 10 unusual watches – including the HM3 Megawind by MB&F and Ulysse Nardin’s Freak Diavolo – that deviate from the conventional time-telling style, finding creative alternatives to hour and minute hands.
The so-called “beautiful game” is what we Americans call soccer and what nearly everyone else calls football. Some of the world’s luxury sports-watch makers have gotten in on the excitement, with special-edition watches specially devoted to the sport and its players. Hublot — headed by rabid fútbol fan Jean-Claude Biver — became official timekeeper
Some watches simply “have it” and some do not. These 10 timepieces, to me, have that certain something that sets them apart. Scroll down to see my choices. These are the watches introduced in 2014 that appeal most to the emotions of your Watch Insider, plain and simple. No other criteria have been taken into account,
Few factors can increases the value of a vintage watch quite like its once having belonged to a celebrity. Whenever a watch owned by a celebrity or historical figure goes on the block at auction houses like Antiquorum and Christie’s, bidding can be expected to go well beyond the estimated value. Below we look at