As we saw at Baselworld, black watches are in. And we’re not just talking about watches with a black dial and a black strap: no, watches are increasingly sporting ultra-black cases and even black movements, particularly in skeleton watches. So, following on from the automotive industry’s flirtation with black vehicles of every size and shape,
Again, the Gumball 3000 script logo acts as the backdrop to the running seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock, but it appears much less in mind on this version. This is a result of the bi-chromatic colour scheme that drops out the reddish quarter mark and seconds hand from the very first watch. We are left,
For the second time since its first edition in 2005, the world renowned biennial charity auction Only Watch will be staging in Geneva. On 11 November, this exceptional fundraising for research on Duchenne muscular dystrophy will be opening the autumn Geneva watch auction week, in presence of hundreds of connoisseurs, donators and collectors who will
Pulling off a tastefully skeletonized watch layout can be rough, but it is safe to state that Armin Strom does an excellent job. They kept everything that made the original Edge Double Barrel attractive and upped the ante with an opulent yet tasteful rose gold case. It appears that Mr. Edge, the group’s futuristic mascot
Yachting has the wind in its sails with watchmakers, as we can see from the number of nautical partnerships that have sprung up in recent years. In honour of these alliances watchmakers are drawing inspiration from the world of ocean racing, to produce a diverse and varied selection of new watches, often in limited editions.
I have a recollection of Claude Greisler, technical director at Armin Strom, mentioning the term “Mirrored Force Resonance” to me at one of the many watch shows around the world and telling me to watch out for it. The intriguing concept was since lost among the glut of press releases we receive every day at
Again, the Gumball 3000 script logo serves as the backdrop to the running seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock, but it seems much less in your face on this version. This is a result of the bi-chromatic colour scheme that drops out the reddish quarter markers and seconds hand from the first watch. We’re left, instead,