Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39, The Perfect Modern Rolex?

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Peren Nera, a Transylvanian Neo-Vintage watch

Transylvania, a land of legendary history, hides a secret – a greenish-blue lake in the Nera Gorges. Capturing the surreal beauty of the Devil’s Lake, Peren emphasize on the mystery behind its ethereal existence deeply rooted into the mythology of Transylvania. Developed in collaboration with a Red Dot Design award-winning company from Switzerland, the Peren Nera is a neo-vintage watch with modern features. Its dial … Continue reading Peren Nera, a Transylvanian Neo-Vintage watch

Zahnd & Kormann ZK No.1, probably the most affordable Swiss Made Triple Calendar Moonphase Chronograph​

Mechanical watches with several complications are highly venerable, and undoubtedly, comes at higher price tag when its branded “Swiss Made”. While many will just come to conclusion that complication watches are beyond their reach, but definitely not Roger Zahnd and Florian Kormann from Bern, Switzerland. The two friends set out on their horological journey to bringing the best value possible to watch enthusiasts, and eventually … Continue reading Zahnd & Kormann ZK No.1, probably the most affordable Swiss Made Triple Calendar Moonphase Chronograph​

My Pick for Baselworld 2017: Tudor

How was it like living in the shadow of an overachieving big brother and then making it big on your own? Just ask Tudor. There is no doubt that Tudor is one of the most exciting brands out there at the moment. Targeting millennials and first-time watch buyers, they understood what consumers want and went beyond the call of duty. Aren’t we glad that Tudor … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2017: Tudor

My Pick for Baselworld 2016: Frederique Constant Slimline Manufacture Perpetual Calendar

My final Pick for Baselworld 2016 is the Frederique Constant Slimline Manufacture Perpetual Calendar. This full perpetual calendar timepiece will soon become the most affordable perpetual calendar watch in the market. Perpetual calendar timepieces have always been a whole new level for a regular Joe like me—No need to correct the calendar until 1 March 2100?! Great, how much does it costs? Hmm ok, skip! To benefit readers who are new to perpetual … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2016: Frederique Constant Slimline Manufacture Perpetual Calendar

My Pick for Baselworld 2016: Longines Heritage 1918

Founded in 1832 by Auguste Agassiz, Longines is one of the oldest brands in watchmaking history. The brand’s first calibre for a wristwatch was developed in 1913, the 13.33z. Featuring a single push-piece which engages a 30-min chronograph accurate to 1/5 of a second, this chronograph movement is one of the first to be used in a wristwatch. Aug. Ericsson, a reputable Swedish watchmaker uses the Longines calibre 13.33z in … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2016: Longines Heritage 1918

My Pick for Baselworld 2016: The Tudor Heritage Black Bay 36

With all the hype for Baselworld 2016 slowly ticking away, I think it’s a great time now to look back at some of the releases. Rolling out, here’s my first Pick for Baselworld 2016. Releasing a 36mm watch in 2016 is a bold move, and Tudor is indeed one of the boldest watch brands in recent years. In fact, not totally unfamiliar, some of the … Continue reading My Pick for Baselworld 2016: The Tudor Heritage Black Bay 36