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Armin Strom Minute Repeater Resonance

Earlier this summer, independent watch brand Armin Strom unveiled its second Masterpiece watch: the Resonance Minute Repeater. We covered that watch thoroughly here and here (where we discuss why the watch didn’t make it to the GPHG jury). The watch warrants so much because it is a world’s first and worthy of the coverage.  Recently, though,…

Tennis Great Roger Federer, Rolex Ambassador, Looks to the Next Big Match at the U.S. Open

At this stage in the game only the truly big names are left to compete for the 2015 U.S. Open title. Who bigger than Rolex’s own Swiss phenomenon Roger Federer? For years Rolex has had its hand in the tennis realm, including being the Official Timekeeper of both the Australian Open and the prestigious Wimbledon.…

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Seiko Watches and Tennis Great Novak Djokovic Introduce The Limited Edition Astron GPS Solar

It’s always refreshing when an all-star athlete is a quality person both on and off the court. We’ve seen plenty of Novak Djokovic this past week in the U.S. Open where he’s truly dominated the court. Of course, with his number one ranking in men’s singles tennis, the hype surrounding Djokovic is well-earned. Just before…

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Citizen Watch Company, Victoria Azarenka, and the US Open Tennis Championships

As Citizen Watch Company of America celebrates its 23rd year as a sponsor of the US Open Tennis Championships, the brand has expanded visibility at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center with US Open digital platforms and with a new Citizen clock on the façade of the Arthur Ashe Stadium. Additionally, there are…

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Nine Independent Brands to Join SIHH Lineup in 2016

The news is out:  nearly a dozen independent watch brands have signed up to join SIHH in Geneva in January. Among them: HYT, Hautlence, MB&F, Christophe Claret, DeBethune, H. Moser & Cie, Kari Voutilainen, Laurent Ferrier and Urwerk. Previously, these brands exhibited in different hotel suites and other spaces around the city. Additionally, the fair organizers have…

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Looking for the Perfect Watch Image? Look No Further than the Atom Moore Exhibition

An exhibition that opened uplift night in New York City, Atom Moore “Watch Portraits” will run through the entire month of September at the Sacred Gallery in New York. Our good friend and colleague, Michael Thompson over at IW Magazine spoke to Moore about his work, and we bring you a portion of that interview and article…

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Star Wars by Devon — Luxury Star Wars Watches that Unleash a Galactic Force (Scott Devon Talks Star Wars– VIDEO)

  If you haven’t noticed, today is Force Friday — when all the toys and other merchandise surrounding the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie goes on sale.  The movie is slated to hit theaters in December. Also slated to hit retail stores — but a few months sooner — the new luxury co-branded…

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Introducing the Ulysse Nardin Blue Ocean Marine Watch

Ulysse Nardin — a brand we write about often here since it is a cutting-edge brand wrought with innovative timepieces — unless the newest Marine Diver watch: The Blue Ocean. The rugged timepiece combines the brand’s dual time function with diving capabilities. The  stainless -steel case is specially treated with a vulcanization process that gives it a blue rubber coating. Not…

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Petra Kvitova Shares Views on Time, Tennis and Ritmo Mundo During the US Open Tennis Championships

With the US Open in full swing, we here at ATimelyPerspective have been bringing you some close-up looks at tennis stars and watch brands, and the synergies between them. We have also been conducting a series of interviews and “Five Fast Questions” with tennis stars about the game, the role of time and the watches…

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Rado, YoungStars Tennis Program, Adds Donaldson, US Open Player, to Ambassador List

Widely considered to be one of the premier off-court events leading up to the U.S. Open is the Taste of Tennis in New York – where sample dishes from top eateries across NY, along with some top chefs and tennis players are all present. On deck at this year’s event were notable restaurants such as…

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Sharapova Pulls Out Of U.S. Open, Still Set To Bring the Heat Later This Year With TAG Heuer

Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates a point during her women's singles final match against Simona Halep of Romania on day fourteen of the French Open

With the U.S. Open still in the welcoming matches, perhaps some of the biggest news so early is the last minute withdrawal of all-star Maria Sharapova. Just before the tournament began Sharapova announced she’d pull out of the Open due to an injury to her right leg. Such news like this leaves us wondering when…

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