Posts in Timepieces


Why it Matters If Your Watch is Made with an In-House Movement

Think of watch movements like engines in cars. The engine takes in fuel (in this case a movement absorbs energy from motion or a battery) and makes the pistons fire, starting the engine and making the car move, and when you have a watch with an in-house movement, you have a timepiece built to outperform the Bugatti Veyron of timepieces.

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Vacheron Constantin's Latest Knockouts Straight Out of SIHH 2018

The change of years marks memories, the passage of time, and the start of something new. With this intention, the 28th edition of SIHH (Salon International De La Haute Horlogerie) took place last week, setting the tone for trends and advancements in watchmaking across the globe. Exhibited at SIHH this year were two new pieces from heavyweight Vacheron Constantin.

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Slim Down in the New Year with the Thinnest Automatic to Date

Piaget set a record when it introduced the world’s thinnest hand-wound watch in 2011. Measuring in at 5.25mm, the Altiplano held the record until Baselworld 2017, when Bulgari introduced the Octo Finissimo Automatic, measuring 5.15mm in thickness and claiming the crown of world’s thinnest. It seems that Piaget spent the remainder of 2017 slimming down for the new year, and the result is a world-beater once again.

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Paying Tribute: The A. Lange & Sohne 1815 “Homage to Walter Lange”

How do you honor a legend? When that legend is Walter Lange, the founder of A. Lange and Söhne, you release a limited timepiece packed full of historical details in his honor. Lange, who passed away January 17, 2017, resurrected his family business after the fall of the Berlin Wall and quickly began producing icons of modern watchmaking.

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