Hi All, If you are going to Baselworld, and you own an iPhone or iPad, you really should go to the App Store and download the free Baselworld App. It has maps, a list of exhibitors and a whole bunch of really relevant info and will be updated on... Read more
TimeZone 2013 Watch of the Year The TimeZone 2013 Watch of the Year is the Girard-Perregaux Constant Escapement L.M. This was the closest race in nine years, with the top two nominees running neck-and-neck throughout the two week voting period. The winner received 24% of the community votes, with... Read more
The Differences Between Applied and Embossed Numerals Paul Delury Recently there was a discussion thread on the forum showing watches with applied numerals. Some of the watches shown actually had embossed numerals and there is sometimes confusion over these two types of markers. The info below will give some... Read more
Big Pictures of a Big Watch: Vintage Lange & Söhne B-Uhren Edwin H. Heusinkveld 20 February 2014 I have an extract from the A. Lange & Söhne archives, but I dont know whether this watch was actively used in the war. Vintage Lange & Söhne B-Uhren like these were... Read more
TAG Heuer Opens its Fifth Avenue Flagship Boutique with Cameron Diaz 20 February 2014 TAG Heuer celebrated the grand opening of its new flagship boutique located on Fifth Avenue in New York City. TAG Heuer’s Worldwide President and CEO, Stéphane Linder and brand ambassador Cameron Diaz officially opened the... Read more
Travelling with the Hautlence Destination 03 When Hautlence announced their new Destination model last year, I was very exited, since it was the first, less complicated model for the brand. Hautlence is since the founding of the company, in 2005, known for its high tech, jumping hour time pieces,... Read more
Hamiltons and History I have collected a number of Hamilton 10 size watches over the past years. These are smaller, slim, watches, averaging around 45mm in diameter and often referred to as “gentlemen’s” watches. These are relatively unobtrusive to carry in comparison to the larger 16 and 18 size... Read more
Hublot Spirit of Big Bang – Live Photos & Impressions Amr Sindi 12 February 2014 I’ve been meaning to post my photos from SIHH/Geneva Watch Week for a while now, so I guess better late than never! In this post I’m sharing my subpar photos of the all-new collection,... Read more
My view of the A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Tourbillon Peter Chong 11 February 2014 All of us here at the Lange Forum know that Lange Uhren is a very special manufacture, and every year, does not fail to impress with the ultra large watch at the entrance of... Read more
An Award Watch on the Eve of War by PAUL DELURY Here’s a really nice 50 year’s service award presentation pocket watch, a Hamilton Grade 921 10 size owned by Rob B. I wanted to show the engraved caseback particularly as I think it’s a great example of the... Read more
My take on the A. Lange & Söhne Terra Luna Peter Chong 7 February 2014 In the buzz around the halls of the Palexpo where the SIHH is held, there are many who found the 1815 Tourbillon to be a candidate for Most Interesting. The watch is approachable in... Read more
SIHH REPORT: Photos of the Baume & Mercier 2014 Collection At this year’s SIHH, I had the chance to spend some time with the Director of the Design Studio at Baume & Mercier, Alexandre Peraldi. The brand–which was founded in 1830–introduced new models into the Clifton line, which has... Read more
LIVE Photos of Panerai at SIHH 2014 by PAUL BOUTROS Hi All, Thanks to the Panerai North America team, I was able to take photos of a selection of this year’s new introductions during my short, 30-minute SIHH appointment last week. All timepieces were in huge demand, which means... Read more