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One of the most visually arresting watches at Baselworld was Sarpaneva’s Korona K0 Northern Light watch. And I think you can see why, simply by looking at the photo above. Named after the northern lights, or aurora borealis, these watches feature very colorful lume that light up like nothing else you have ever seen. That aside, the watch also features Sarpaneva’s unique case shape as well as its trademark moon face moonphase indicator. If you are looking for something off the beaten path, Sarpaneva seldom disappoints.
As far as the movement is concerned, the in-house made 3132 inside the Oyster Perpetual does feature most all bells and whistles you would expect: Rolex's "paramagnetic" blue Parachrom hairspring with Breguet overcoil, large balance wheel, four gold Microstella regulating screws, as well as the manufacture's own Paraflex shock absorbers have all been fitted to the 3132. The approximately 48-hour-long power reserve is also the same as that of the 3136 movement in the Rolex Datejust II. In other words, you are getting a movement that exists in more expensive watches and one that does not appear to sacrifice any quality simply because it is in a less expensive watch.
The matte black color and texture of the Rolex Yacht-Master bezel is echoed on the dial - which again is very rarely matte on a modern Rolex sports watch. This makes for a cool look that is both a bit more legible and aggressive looking than the slightly glossy Rolex Oyster sport watches we are used to. Of course, with the 116655 Rolex Yacht-Master the hands and hour markers are in 18k Everose gold and polished - which gives the watch that real "Rolex character." It also happens to look nothing like all currently available Rolex Oyster sport watches - not to mention other Rolex Yacht-Master timepieces. For this reason alone, I think watch lovers will take keen interest in the Rolex Yacht-Master 116655.
Again, Tom Cross found the balance between classic and modern ultimately what compelled him to this choice. “The minimal aesthetic both enhances the Art Deco elements, yet also makes the design even more timeless,” he said. “I’ve always found myself gravitating to that look, whether on vintage Omega Seamasters, Timex, or a Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso – it’s such a mid-century hallmark. The Reverso just looks endlessly futuristic because of its classic lines and shape. And while the 1931 will of course go perfectly with a tuxedo, you can also wear it with a t-shirt, and it works. I’d wear this all the time.”
There are two downsides to the Oysterflex that some collectors might find. First is that the strap does not fit flush with the Yacht-master case. I agree that straps and bracelets look really nice when they fit flush with the watch case. I have no doubt there is a reason for how Rolex designed the end of the strap - there is pretty much a [good] reason for everything that Rolex does. My guess is that given the material of the strap, it simply would not look nice right up against the case as the strap moved around. The second issue is limited adjustability. The Oysterflex strap will come in six different sizes and you'll need to choose the right fit for you when you buy it. There is some micro-adjustability in the deployant clasp but you'll need to choose only one strap option. Even cutting the straps to size is not really and option because of the metal part in the strap. You'll get a nice clean look with this decisions, but you can't share watches with friends and if you ever do, you'll need to purchase another Oysterflex strap directly from Rolex.
Being a modern chronograph from a very capable brand, the Heritage Diver 1967 gets Longines' L688.2 automatic column wheel chronograph. While the L688.2 is produced by Swatch group sibling ETA (as the A08.231), its use is exclusive to Longines.
Being white markers and hands on a black dial, legibility is great, and on wrist, the Bremont ALT1-ZT feels tough and capable but not brash. If the ALT1-Z and the ALT-1B are Bremont's most casual/sporty chronograph designs, and the ALT1-C/PW is about as dressy as any chronograph they offer, then the Bremont ALT1-ZT sits somewhere in between the two. It's classic without being dressy, and sporting without looking like a hardcore piece of military equipment.
Jewelry Atelier: Carmel is known as one of the most beautiful places on the west coast. With Pebble Beach next door, we are obviously one of the premiere golfing locations. We also have a lot of local history connected with the film industry (Clint Eastwood was our mayor and is still a big draw). Along with boutique shopping, we have incredible beaches practically on our door-step. We also have many local food and wine events which draw top/celebrity chefs, not to mention an amazing number of fine art galleries. On top of that, Big Sur, arguably the most gorgeous stretch of coastline in all of California is just south of us along Highway One.
The Time Warp Creations Zymosis Lockdown watches are like those Victorian houses in San Francisco - designed to shock the senses and offer a visual experience most people have never imagined having before. Calling these watches ugly isn't fair because it implies that someone actually considered that they might be beautiful in the first place. Descriptions of visual attractiveness almost don't apply to a watch like this because, by design, they are so totally devoid of traditional notions of aesthetic value. Moving past the topic of whether the Zymosis Lockdown is attractive by traditional standards... I find myself amazed by the watch for its sheer bravado and courageous defiance of all manners of horological normality. This is weirdness incarnate - and for that, I kind of love it.
It is imperative to identify where the appeal of a luxury watch comes from. We already know that mechanical timepieces are far from the most efficient way to tell the time. We have phones; we have laptops; we may even have an MP3 player that is more accurate than a 0,000 Patek. But we still want the wristwatch because it has a soul. It is a reminder of human endeavor and skill. It is a treasure and a status symbol. It is beautiful in a way the concealed calculations of a circuit-board will never be. Agreeing to let these electronic invaders come into contact with a finely wrought mechanical movement is heresy, right?
Meridian Jewelers: We carry A. Lange & Söhne, Vacheron Constantin, I.W.C., Hublot, Cartier, Hermes, Harry Winston and Rolex. The Rolex Daytona strikes the perfect balance of luxury and sport to match the Aspen lifestyle.
At 46mm wide in mostly black with carbon fiber elements, the Raymond Weil Nabucco would not be what most people would think of if someone suggested to them that Raymond Weil was getting into the tourbillon business. The Raymond Weil Nabucco and Freelancer have been the brand's sportier options, while more classy models might have been a more logical choice for a tourbillon. With that said, I don't think I would have paid any attention at all if Raymond Weil decided to do something similar to Frederique Constant and come out with a lower-priced tourbillon. Well, in this case, that isn't the best example, because the Frederique Constant tourbillon is in-house made.
We probably would not have included the Tudor Pelagos with the new blue dial on our top 10 watches of Baselworld 2015 list just for the new color scheme, even though they did it so well. However, in addition to the new blue dial and matching ceramic bezel, the Tudor Pelagos gets a brand new in-house made Tudor movement, known as the MT5612. With 70 hours of power reserve and a silicon hairspring, the new in-house movement not only offers a more integrated brand experience, but a modest price increase over the outgoing Tudor Pelagos that included a Swiss ETA automatic movement. Price for the Tudor Pelagos Blue is 4,200 Swiss francs.
A close look at the dial of the Cartier Tank MC reveals some light texturing and depth that gives it a better look - especially when it plays with the light. Compared to the very traditional look of the silver-dialed Cartier Tank MC models, this black-dialed version has a more sleek, modern feel to it. Then again, the polished steel hands on the black dial aren't exactly a dream for legibility either - which is something you need to take into consideration when thinking about this black dialed version as well as the 18k rose gold case with brown-dial ref. W5330002 model. Though the latter will no doubt be the more legible of the two "dark dialed Cartier Tank MC" pieces.
ABTW: That is a pretty comprehensive list of watches you would peg as grails. Have you ever obtained any of them?
The luxury smartwatch experience is about something which is actually smart, as well as luxurious. No smartwatch will ever be able to truly compete with the artistic majesty and visual fascination that a mechanical watch can deliver. With that said, the Urwerk UR-105 HIS timepiece is able to deliver a different type of luxurious experience, not one of art, but of opportunity. Time is the ultimate luxury, or in other words, freedom from having to worry about time. The ultimate goal of the HIS watch might be seen as giving its owners the ability to totally forget about time and what time it is. The Uwerk HIS takes care of time from a numerical standpoint, so that you don't have to. If you have no idea what time it is and are only aware of what you are doing now, doing next, and doing a bit later, then you're living the smartwatch dream.
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Necessary Data >Brand: Parmigiani Fleurier >Model: Atlante Flyback Chronograph Bugatti >Price: ,000 >Size: 44mm wide x 14mm high (50mm lug to lug) >Weight: 160g on strap >Would reviewer personally wear it: Yes, absolutely >Friend we'd recommend it to first: The guy who owns or aspires to own a supercar, who is sporty and does not want the de-facto Rolex Daytona, and for whom price is of little concern. >Worst characteristic of watch: Not having a 12 hour subdial and the reverse pushers take a little getting used to. The movement, while striking and elegantly finished, is shown via a small sapphire glass window. I wonder if a solid caseback with some Bugatti imprint would have been better? >Best characteristic of watch: The unique stripped skeleton dial and hand crafted rose gold case, just sublime.
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But let's focus on what this concept from Bulgari can offer you that other watches can not. The Bulgari Diagono Magnesium Concept is referred to as an "Intelligent Watch." It doesn't make decisions for you, but it does aim to streamline your life in an intelligent fashion, removing the clutter necessary to get through your day. Theoretically, the Bulgari Diagono Magnesium Concept watch could be a set of keys for your home, safe and car; it could be your plane ticket, boarding pass and passport; it could be your debit card, your check-book and your credit history all at once. More so, the security of the concept is limited to who has access to your watch, as well as how much stock you want to put into the durability of the application that Bulgari has designed the concept around.