Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • The Impressively Versatile Tudor Black Bay GMT

    The Impressively Versatile Tudor Black Bay GMT

    The Tudor Black Bay GMT is a new model with a strong vintage feel. It was one of several welcome surprises at this year’s Baselworld, quickly becoming a fan favourite. Tudor’s travel watch interpretation really impresses in its development, execution and pricing. Hot from the outset, the Black Bay GMT is continuing to prove popular. The endless ...

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  • Hans Wilsdorf, Rolex And The Quest for Chronometric Precision

    It’s not by chance that the name Rolex is closely associated with precision. Hans Wilsdorf intended it that way. Founding the Rolex company at the turn of the 20th century, he embarked on a quest to perfect the wristwatch. This was a tall order to say the least. At the time, the wristwatch (still very much in its infancy) was considered by ...

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  • Often Imitated, Never Duplicated, The Legendary Rolex Submariner Date

    The Rolex Submariner Date needs no introduction. Since 1966 it has featured as the prominent model in the Submariner collection. The rugged tool watch with good looks became an icon almost overnight and many have sought to emulate its distinct style. However, the Rolex diver remains impossible to truly imitate. Today’s Rolex Submariner Date boas...

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  • Yellow Gold Watches – The Ultimate Summer Adornment

    There’s no denying it, yellow gold watches have a certain shiny charm in the sunshine. Make the most of this spectacular weather by dressing up your sleeveless wrists with one of these options from two of our favourite luxury watch brands. The spectacular weather may eventually fade – along with our tans (sigh) - but their classic appeal certa...

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