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 […]

SuisseMecanica SM8
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SuisseMecanica SM8

Reading Time: 9 minutes Bold and original, created for collectors and manufactured 100% in Switzerland, the SM8 collection from Suissemecanica is not only a beautiful timepiece but also an excellent tool watch. Since the first encounter in the media, a few years ago, I was attracted by the shape of the case and the interesting dial […]

Devon Tread 1
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Devon Tread 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes   It’s big, it’s noisy, it’s openwork and it’s very original: The Devon Works Tread 1. I first saw this watch on media in 2010 and I was impressed. I first saw it live in 2013 and I was more impressed. Tread 1 is a big watch: 53.3mm x 47mm […]

Eterna 1948 Heritage
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1948 Heritage by Eterna

Reading Time: 3 minutes Eterna is one of those watch companies who has made history: in 1948 Eterna improved the 360-degree rotor design using ball bearings instead of jewel bearing, providing a more reliable and robust support for the weight wing. The Eterna-matic movement from 1948 In the Heritage Collection, Eterna celebrates the most important milestone […]

Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon
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Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon

Reading Time: 5 minutes For the first day of 2017, I want to present one of the most spectacular watches I ever saw – the Astronomia Tourbillon from Jacob & Co. In front of this watch I am speechless, please see the presentation video and I will give the information later. Before I start […]

Sevenfriday V1
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Sevenfriday V Series

Reading Time: 3 minutes An industry revolution? You can say that… Sevenfriday, when launched in 2012, started something, maybe not a revolution, but a big wave for sure. I’ve met Sevenfriday watches between non-collectors, low budget collectors and haute horlogerie collectors. It’s a watch you just love, it doesn’t matter if it’s your only […]

Harry Winston Opus Eleven
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Opus Eleven – Harry Winston

Reading Time: 2 minutes A few years ago Denis Giguet created for Harry Winston one of the most interesting watches I’ve ever seen: the Opus Eleven. The watch has no hands for showing the time: using 566 components, 155 jewels and 24 conical pinions – the hours are displayed by means of an original system made […]

Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum
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Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum

Reading Time: 2 minutes This is one of my favourite watches from Montblanc – the Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum from the Meisterstück Heritage Collection. The Heritage Orbis Terrarum is available in 3 versions: a stainless steel case with steel bracelet, a stainless steel case with alligator skin strap and an 18k red gold case with […]

Zenith El Primero Tourbillon
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Zenith El Primero Tourbillon

Reading Time: 4 minutes El Primero (“The First” in Esperanto) is one of those watches that inspires generations of watch lovers. As the first automatic Chronograph, it has established in 1969 a new milestone: the first one-piece caliber as chronograph automatic and not as a module on a base caliber. More than that, at […]