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RJ-Romain Jerome Presents The Deep Blue Octopus

Undeniably the most steampunk-like sea animal, RJ-Romain Jerome is dedicating its latest collection to the octopus, a fascinating marine creature from the collective imagination. With this 25-piece limited edition, the Swiss watchmaking Maison introduces a truly marine and highly crafted timepiece, the Deep Blue Octopus, incorporating all characteristics and aesthetical features of the animal with … Continued

RJ-Romain Jerome Deep Blue Octopus

Romain Gauthier Baselworld 2017: Insight Micro-Rotor

Efficiency has never looked so elegant. With Insight Micro-Rotor, Romain Gauthier has created a high-end, automatic timepiece that offers the best of all worlds: Elegance and efficiency, precision and power, simplicity and splendour. Insight Micro-Rotor’s hour, minute and small second indications are powered by a beautifully hand-finished, in-house calibre built from the ground up and … Continued

Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor

Hublot Pre-Baselworld 2017: Spirit Of Big Bang Moonphase

Hublot paints the moon in colours. Hublot’s love of colour infuses the Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase with four new models in shades of blue, purple, orange and pink. Matching strap, quartz dial, sand-blasted moon phase disc, hands, indices and stone-set bezel all set the tone of this vivid monochrome collection. Are you hoping for … Continued

Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase

50 Years Of The Rolex Sea-Dweller

Of all the dive watches ever created, one holds a special place in history, as both an icon of all things horologically cool but also a great in the field of research and innovation. That is the Rolex Sea-Dweller, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year (1967-2017). We deep dive into its rich history to … Continued

Rolex Deepsea 116660A

De Bethune Presents: DB28 Kind Of Blue Tourbillon Meteorite

Five thousand years ago, a small piece of the universe fell to earth in Santiago del Estero, Argentina. Made from an alloy of iron and nickel, this rare ferrous meteorite’s only adornments were pocks marking the passage of celestial time. But its long voyage didn’t end in the meteor graveyards of Argentina; One day it … Continued

De Bethune DB28 Kind of Blue Tourbillon Meteorite
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