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Pre-SIHH 2014: Introducing the Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra-Thin 1931

Elegantly crafted in 18-karat pink gold and featuring a chocolate dial, the newest Reverso from Jaeger-LeCoultre is truly a timeless classic. Evoking the famed glory days of the Art Deco era, the Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1931 features a sleek 7.3mm case – complete with its swivel reversing mechanism – and houses a mechanical manually…

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William Shatner and Egard Watch Company Launch New Enterprise: Passages Watch Line

Star Trek cult members well remember the phrase, spoken on the intro of the show by Captain James T. Kirk, “Space: the final frontier.”  But is it?   William Shatner, the man who played the famed and beloved captain, has embarked on a new voyage – exploring the strange new world of time. Working together with…

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Horology for the Holidays: Best Dive Watch – Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec

With the holidays upon us, we embark on the best watch of the week picks from now through the end of December, wherein we will profile a watch that will make a great gift for those seeking something special. This week, we bring you the Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec.  This superb Swiss watch is…

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Introducing the Breitling Super Avenger Military Limited Series

Created in a limited edition of 500 pieces, the new Breitling  Super Avenger Military has a carbon-based black coating over a steel case that is water resistant to 1,000 feet. It offers time in 24-hour “military time” and features a durable off-road strap like those worn by elite military forces. The watch is equipped with…

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Up Close with Hublot and the Miami Heat

The past few days have been a heated experience. Joining Hublot in Miami, ATimelyPerspective gained insight into the world of the Miami Heat basketball team – for which Hublot is the official timekeeper. Additionally, the Heat’s Dwyane Wade is a brand ambassador for Hublot. During the weekend, we watched the Heat beat the Charlotte Bobcats…

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Are Tattoos Really Tattoos when on a Watch? A look at Romain Jerome’s Tattoo DNA Watches

By Ryan Walsh Romain Jerome – a brand known for using unique materials in its cutting-edge timepieces – recently joined with Mo Coppoletta to pay tribute to Mo, and also to maritime legends. An avid watch collector,   Mo Coppoletta is renowned as one of the best tattoo artists of our day and is the founder…

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Behind the Scenes with F1 Team Marussia (original pics)

With the 2013 Formula 1 Racing season coming to a  close after the races in Brazil last weekend, it is a good time for teams to take stock of their performance and plan ahead for all of the changes coming in 2014.  F1 Team Marussia is doing just that.  Thanks to Armin Strom Watch Company,…

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Own a Piece of History and Precision: The Arnold & Son TB Victory

By Ryan Walsh Designed after the HMS Victory, a first-rate war ship of the Royal Navy launched in 1765, this Arnold & Son TB Victory watch is built to withstand the test of time, with great precision in a beautiful package. On the right side of the dial, there is a hand-chiseled 22-karat gold appliqué…

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Listening to Time with Breguet’s Musicale (VIDEO)

When touring the Breguet workshops in Switzerland recently, we got the opportunity to listen (and video record) the brand’s highly acclaimed classical “La Musicale” timepiece. The watch plays an aria either on demand or at the desired time, like a melodic reminder. It houses a patented musical mechanism that consists of a disk carrying music…

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Introducing the IWC Le Petit Prince Pilot Watches – A Not-so-Unlikely Pair

It may seem an unlikely collaboration at first glance – IWC and the Fondation Antoine de Saint Exupery. But on closer examination – it was a relationship destined to happen.  Antoine DE Saint Exupery – author of famed existentialist book, “The Little Prince”, as well as other books, trained as a pilot and flew mail…

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