Category: Swiss Watches

  • Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Carbon Naimakka Paracord Strap Watch review


    Review Victorinox Swiss Army Stainless Steel (I.N.O.X.) Carbon watch makes me feel torn. I liked the product – I was really – but it made me feel obliged to do what I might not have had. I am a adventurous person, but I am still in my life, I do not know what I am […]

  • Theta Icarus Automatic Watch From Greece With Swiss Heart

    Theta Icarus Automatic Watch

    My name is Evangelos Sarikas said, in my opinion, the pilot watch has been the most successful of a timer designed for more than a century. Since the beginning of the year people flying machines, explorers and innovators I respect this has been wearing a watch, I want to find my new θ watch brand […]

  • Watch Recommended 2016 – Reviewing MBF HM8 Can-Am for Men

    Let’s get to know the MBF HM8 Can-Am. According to MB&F, “At first glance it may appear that the sapphire crystal covering the HM8 Engine is circular and positioned above the battle-axe rotor, but it’s not. The complete top of the case is one piece of sapphire crystal with sections of the crystal metallized to create […]

  • Review : Patrimony Moon Phase Retrograde Date and Traditionnelle Minute Repeater Tourbillon

    Let’s get to know the Patrimony Moon Phase Retrograde Date and Traditionnelle Minute Repeater Tourbillon. The Patrimony Moon Phase Retrograde Date is presented in a case measuring 42.5 mm x 9.7 mm, with a silver opaline dial, in either white or pink gold. It features hours, minutes, retrograde date, precision moon phase (one correction every […]

  • 2016 Watch Recommended : Review Richard Lange Pour le Mérite Watch

    Let’s get to know the Richard Lange Pour le Mérite Watch. The most basic model in the collection simply called the Richard Lange “Pour le Mérite,” displays just the time: hours, minutes, and small seconds. Yet, incredibly, the movement consists of 915 parts. For a time only watch, this is likely a record. Not that companies […]

  • Swiss Watch : Reviewing the H. Moser & Cie Minimalist Perpetual Calendar Wristwatches

    H. Moser & Cie is a company that is infamous for producing a watch that looks  similar to Apple Watch. Moser, as they are often referred to as, is also well known for their minimalist perpetual calendar wristwatches, powered by in-house manufactured movements. In fact, their perpetual calendar won the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix “Complicated […]

  • Reviewing Vacheron Constantin New Version of Traditionnelle Chronograph Perpetual Calendar 2016

    Let’s get to know the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Chronograph Perpetual Calendar. While the dial now comes in a darker gray color. The case has stayed the same – measuring 43 mm x 12.94 mm – and is in platinum with a stepped bezel, exhibition caseback, and water-resistance rating of 30 meters. What has changed under the dial, […]

  • Tour in Five important Watch Manufactures

    Let’s have a look. Located in Le Sentier, in the famed Vallée de Joux, a valley located in the Jura Mountains, is Jaeger-LeCoultre, which we toured in 2010 (pictured at top). In between the Jura mountains and the Alps, in Geneva, in the Roger Dubuis manufacture, which we toured in 2010. Piaget has two manufactures, […]

  • The Heuer 100 Sale Is coming This Week

    The Heuer 100 Sale is around the corner, and it will last from September 19th to 22nd. Crown & Caliber has acquired  70 rare and important vintage Heuer timepieces over the past few years. Crown & Caliber says this will mark the first time a sale like this (100 total Heuer watches) has been executed by a retailer, as […]

  • The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie Has Ambiguous Mission


    The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH),is the world’s second largest watch and jewelry trade show. The FHH has a unique and often ambiguous mission. The organization is funded by member companies that are just over two dozen watch brands – many of which (ten of them) still come from the Richemont Group, but they […]

  • The High Quality Breguet Type XXI 3817 Hands-On

    Louis Charles Breguet developed the gyroplane, the forerunner of the helicopter. He also developed the Breguet XIV plane in 1916. And according to Breguet, “between 1917 and 1926, around 8,000 of these legendary aircraft were acquired by an estimated fifteen countries. Other models followed, such as the Breguet 19, and later the Breguet Deux-Ponts (Double […]

  • The Best Tudor Black Bay Dark Hands-On

    The Heritage Black Bay, first launched in 2012, is Tudor’s best-selling collection. Based on the first 1954 Tudor Submariner (Ref. 7922), along with design elements borrowed from multiple subsequent Submariners, the Black Bay is not a re-edition, instead, it is a contemporary re-interpretation of the original. Building on the success of the core model, last […]