Hands-on and in-depth reviews of timepieces.

Breguet Historical Watch Exhibit at Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (Slideshow)

Breguet presetns a unique retrospective, Breguet: Art and Innovation in Watchmaking — taking place a the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco at the Legion of Honor. The exhibit is  the largest of Breguet antique timepieces ever to be shown in the United States and is the first-ever retrospective of Abraham-Louis Breguet to be seen…

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Introducing the Most Complicated Watch in the World: Vacheron Constantin Ref. 57260, with 2,800+ Movement parts

Would You Wait 8 Years for a Watch? Someone Did. And, by watch lovers’ standards, it was worth the wait.  Today in Geneva, Vacheron Constantin celebrates its 260th anniversary at an evening event that brought together time, history, people and watches. During the day, the brand also unveiled the new Vacheron Constantin Ref. 57260 —  the…

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Alexandre Meerson and Rugby Star Adam Ashley-Cooper Introduce The Meerson D15

Ironically, a year ago to the day, ATimelyPerspective helped introduce the independent watchmaker Alexandre Meerson. Within that article we touched on the Altitude collection which showcases distinct and comfortable Swiss-made watches while implementing a heavy art deco design. This time around we are again here to introduce another new model, the Meerson D15. Inside this new…

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Audemars Piguet Unveils Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar, Thin and Precise for More Than 125 Years

Perpetual calendars are a much-coveted complication amongst watch collectors. They have also been a part of the DNA of Audemars Piguet for decades. Before we tell you all about that legacy, we want to introduce you to the new 2015 Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar ultra-flat watch. A work of art, balance and craftsmanship, the timepiece is…

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A Closer Look at Roger Dubuis Skeleton Watches, Including the Astral and New Excalibur Star of Infinity

A number of things make Roger Dubuis an exciting brand to follow. For starters, every timepiece the brand manufactures carries the 100% Poinçon de Genève. Think of it as a certification that is one part measure of aesthetic quality, manufacturing expertise and accuracy and one part the horological equivalent of farm to table. Four operations must be…

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Novak Djokovic (Seiko brand ambassador) Beats out Roger Federer in the US Open Tennis Championships

Late last night marked the close of the 2015 US Open Tennis Championships, which we have been covering extensively both here at ATimelyPerspective and on our Perfect Timing column on Forbes.com. We have had interviews with some of the finest players on the courts. A big congratulations goes out to Novak Djokovic, who won the men’s…

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