The 2018 edition of America’s luxury watch show, WatchTime New York, is almost upon us, opening its doors on October 26th at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall, as we continue to spotlight important new timepieces you’ll discover there from the 31 exhibiting brands. Today we showcase the latest limited edition of Chronoswiss’s Flying Grand Regulator Skeleton.
Lucerne-based Chronoswiss has long been recognized...Read more: Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Skeleton Limited Edition
A mechanical watch movement is a complex mechanism comprising numerous mobile miniature components. Their perpetual interaction results in friction and wear ultimately influencing the smooth running of the movement. This is one of the reasons why watches have to be returned for regular service.
The new Clifton Baumatic from Baume & Mercier with the maison’s first in-house mechanical self-winding calibre, the Baumatic BM12-1975A, is offering lengthened maintenance service intervals beyond the...Read more: Baume Mercier’s new Clifton Baumatic: Lengthened Service Intervals
WatchTime New York, America’s Luxury Watch Show, is coming up in just over two weeks and once again Blancpain, one of the oldest and most distinguished watchmaking maisons, will be there to exhibit its newest timepieces. Headlining the lineup this year will be the new Quantième Complet Phase de Lune from the expanding, vintage-inspired Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe collection.
The watch represents a marriage between classical...Read more: Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Quantième Complet Phase...
While WatchTime New York 2018 is right around the corner (Saturday tickets are still available, click here), we would be remiss not to mention an ongoing exhibition by one of the longest-tenured WTNY brands, Blancpain. Currently on view at the brand’s boutique on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan is a one-of-a-kind collection of vintage Fifty Fathoms dive watches that are taken from throughout the model’s 65-year history.
As many of our readers know, the Fifty Fathoms was first released in...Read more: Check Out this Comprehensive Collection of Vintage Fifty Fathoms Dive Watches at the Blancpain...
With the fourth annual WatchTime New York event at Gotham Hall fast approaching (October 26-27, tickets available here), Ateliers deMonaco will be showcasing their new Jet d’eau de Genève limited editions as part of their luxury Poinçon de Genève collection. The two watches, limited to 18 examples each, are hand-decorated, time-only pieces commissioned to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the haute horlogerie brand.
Available in either an 18k white or rose gold case, the 40-mm watch uses a...Read more: Ateliers deMonaco Celebrates 10 Years with the Poinçon de Genève Jet d’Eau de Geneve at WatchTime...
For the fourth year in a row, WatchTime New York will be the host of many brands’ latest and most interesting releases (taking place October 26-27, with tickets available here). Among this year’s participants is the 14-year old haute horlogerie brand Greubel Forsey, who is bringing the U.S.-exclusive Double Balancier Sapphire with them. This piece is a limited-edition watch coming as the brand’s most recent, and sixth overall, “Fundamental Invention.”
The...Read more: Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Greubel Forsey Double Balancier Sapphire
WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, is just over two weeks away! As we continue our countdown to the long-awaited collectors’ event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we are highlighting new timepieces from each brand that guests will have the chance to see. Today, we’re taking a look at Kari Voutilainen’s latest: the 217QRS.
First seen back in January at SIHH, the in-house caliber at the heart of the 217QRS was directly influenced by...Read more: Kari Voutilainen Will Present the Voutilainen 217QRS at WatchTime New York 2018