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The Swing of Things NOMOS GLASHÜTTE Declares its Independence Katie Wudel This article originally appeared in Our Minutes. With the premiere of their new Metro model, the charming independent brand NOMOS Glashütte rocked Baselworld 2014. Though the timepiece itself is compelling, it’s what powers the watch that caused a... Read more
Paul Boutros joins Barron’s as a watch columnist By day, Paul Boutros works in the aerospace industry as a rocket scientist. The rest of the time, we know and appreciate Paul as a lifelong watch collector, an extraordinary photojournalist & a TimeZone Senior Moderator. Earlier this year, Paul joined... Read more
Joachim Loew and his IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph by Jessica Head coach Joachim Loew of Germany wore his IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph throughout the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. He wore it during training sessions, press conferences, Quarter-Final and Semi-Final matches and, ultimately, the Final match. At... Read more
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Tourbillon Cylindrique à Quantième Perpétuel Jubilee is fitted with the new JLC Calibre 985 automatic movement that combines a flying tourbillon with a cylindrical balance-spring. The new 42mm pink gold case frames a beautifully grained and layered silver-tone dial. The perpetual calendar indications are... Read more
On 26 June 1801 (7 Messidor, Year 9), Abraham-Louis Breguet registered his patent for the tourbillon regulator. Although he was a prolific inventor, A-L Breguet only ever registered two patents. He registered his first patent for the constant force escapement only a few years earlier on 9 March 1798.... Read more