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Watch Roundup: Three Sports Elegance Timepieces

Sports elegance. Sporty chic. Sports luxury. The category may seem nebulous, both in nomenclature and definition, but its members are well defined, beginning with the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak that had started it all in 1972. Perhaps the best way to define (and name) this category is to call it the luxury technical performance sports … Continued

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A Closer Look: Unusual Variations On Complications

As watch collectors and enthusiasts, we are really spoiled when it comes to timepieces with fascinating mechanical complications. At times, it may seem like we have seen it all, but here are three variations on existing complications from Breguet, Ulysse Nardin, and F.P. Journe, that should offer more than a few surprises. Let’s begin with … Continued


Omega 1957 Trilogy Limited Edition

Omega has released a limited edition recreation of its three most popular sport watches to celebrate their joint 60th anniversary. In 2017 Omega celebrates the 60th anniversary of three iconic wristwatches, all of which happened to debut in 1957. Omega chose to mark the occasion by producing a series of limited edition watches – one … Continued

Omega 1957 Trilogy Set

The Hour Glass And Girard-Perregaux Jointly Present Laureato Retrospective Exhibition In Kuala Lumpur

First introduced in 1975, the Laureato was among the bellwethers of the sports elegance watch: timepieces that place a premium on versatility, and express this value both aesthetically and technically. The watch’s design codes were firmly established from the get-go and, as proof of their timelessness, remain largely unchanged today. For a start, there’s the … Continued

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