Sarpaneva Daredevil
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Daredevil Dusk and Dawn by Sarpaneva

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dusk and Dawn are the times when the superheroes and the villains make their appearance. In this case, our hero is the Daredevil: that turns into a beast at dusk only to transform into a beauty at dawn. The Daredevil watch collection from Sarpaneva watches doesn’t refer to the fantastic heroes […]

Bruno Söhnle Stuttgart
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On the wrist: Bruno Söhnle Stuttgart

Reading Time: 4 minutes This week, my colleague and a fellow collector D. made my a surprise and brought with him the watches acquired for his marriage anniversary.  We started an ad-hoc foto session with inappropriate neon light but with a lot of joy. The watches are from Stuttgart collection of Bruno Söhnle. The ref. 17-12173-223, Stuttgart […]

BR03-92 Golden Heritage
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Bell&Ross BR03-92 Golden Heritage

Reading Time: 3 minutes When it comes to watches inspired by flight board instruments Bell & Ross is the first that pops out in my mind. They have their signature look and are easily recognised in the same way a Porsche or an Aston Martin is easy to recognise. The choice for my wish/shopping […]

For her

Revue Thommen Urban Lady

Reading Time: 3 minutes This beautiful lady watch appeared for the first time in the 2015 year’s Revue Thommen catalogue with Ref. 108.01.0x. I consider it a good option for a lady in search of a classic lady automatic watch. The Urban Lady collection has 4 watches that I like a little bit more than others […]

NOMOS Tangente Neomatik Nachtblau
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Nomos Tangente Neomatik Nachtblau

Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s a lovely watch and I like it: the Ref. 177 from Nomos. It’s simple, looks very good and I spot it immediately at a gentleman’s wrist. This watch has a simple, elegant look and if it looks fragile it is just an impression. The case is 35.0 mm in diameter […]

Vulcain Cloisonne The World
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Vulcain Cloisonne The World

Reading Time: 3 minutes Vulcain is well known for the cricket watches and especially as the presidents’ watches, with a nice history that can be better known reading this book online. The watch that I would like to present to you today is the Vulcain Cloisonne The World, that was presented in 2007 to celebrate the […]

4N Paris
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Jumping minutes and jumping hours from 4N Paris

Reading Time: 7 minutes It’s hard to find the words to describe this timepiece. Somehow words like “beautiful”, “innovative” seem too small and meaningless face to face with this timekeeper. Having no hands but only jumping discs, this peculiar watch deserves his own special place between horological creations. The watch presented is the 4N, […]

Bulova Moonwatch
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Moon Watch Bulova

Reading Time: 3 minutes Bulova was on the Moon… But what about the Omega? Bulova, Omega and other watches were tested and prepared to reach the surface of the Moon or participate in the space mission. One of the watches that reached the moon and the only one merchantable, Dave Scott‘s Bulova chronograph, was sold in […]

Chronoswiss Sirius Chronograph Retrograde
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Chronoswiss Chronograph Retrograde

Reading Time: 5 minutes I like Chronoswiss for three reasons: the dial, the crown and the case. The dial is usually guilloche and looks amazing, the onion-style-crown – the first thing that comes in my mind when I see one is Chronoswiss because is kind of their signature and the case looks always good […]

SATELLITE WAVE – Citizen CC3020-57L
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SATELLITE WAVE – Citizen CC3020-57L

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week, a friend of mine and fellow collector (with a turn for Japanese technology) introduced me to the Citizen Satellite Wave CC3020. He was looking for a new watch that needs to satisfy some of his requests: solar charge, GPS or Wave receptor for time correction, big enough for his […]