HYT Unveils New Hydro Mechanics Watch at BaselWorld 2-13

The revolutionary watch that utilizes fluid to tell time (just unveiled to the world last year) has a new generation already. Indeed, HYT, Hydro Mechanical Horologist, takes BaselWorld 2013 as its opportunity to introduce the new H2. This new second generation watch was created by HYT in cooperation with APRP — led by the renowned…

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Introducing Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

Finally  coming to America this fall, Tudor unveils a few great models here at BaselWorld. Among them is this Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue, which underscores the brand’s rich history with chronographs. Since its launch in 1973, the brand has created several distinct chronographs marked with touches of blue, orange and gray. Now, the brand releases…

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Richard Mille and the Les Voiles De Saint Barth

Last week, we mentioned that we had been sailing with Richard Mille in the Les Voiles De Saint Barth 2013 regattas, and even brought you a close up look at one of the cool watches we had access to (see post). Now, we bring a look at the brand’s involvement with this race and the…

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Exclusive Interview with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, director, Planet Ocean

Recently, Omega undertook one of the most worthy global projects – footing the bill to create a top-notch 90-minute documentary about the world’s oceans. To create this important documentary (which is being offered free for educational purposes), the brand turned to world-renowned conservationist and photographer, Yann Arthus Bertrand. Bertrand then brought on board director, Michael…

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Top Horological Delights: MB&F Unveils HM3 Megawind

We write about them often – MB&F – or Max Busser and friends. Not too long ago we introduced the HM 4 here. Now, just before BaselWorld, we bring you the re-engineered HM3 (the brand’s best-selling watch ever –that was originally designed by Jean-Marc Wiederrecht) in the form of the HM3 Megawind. The new HM3…

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Introducing Cinema on the Wrist – the Powerful New Russian-Made watch by Konstantin Chaykin

We don’t often cover the world of Russian made watches, but today we do – because one top watchmaker brings Cinema to the wrist. Konstantin Chaykin – known for his incredible pieces – unveils the Cinema watch – that – with the push of a button at 9:00 — features an animated depiction of man…

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