Monthly Archives: August 2018

Freak Out Watch Released by Ulysse Nardin

The entire Ulysse Nardin Freak collection bring fresh to the world of horological timepieces. Watches that are unlike most, featuring unusual tourbillons and equipped with a movement that in its entirety is basically the minute hand. These highly identifiable features are what the brand has used to define the collection and now they are introducing four new watches in the Freak Out collection.

Rolex GMT Master II 126710 BLRO

We know that Rolex is all about quality and precision, elegance and exquisite workmanship. The GMT Master II 126710 BLRO is steel with a Jubilee bracelet. This case will not allow for another option on the bracelet because the Oyster bracelet is not a fit. While this new timepiece design is compliant to the brand standards it has an updated Caliber 3285, and features the Chronergy escapement, a large barrel that equips this 70 hour power reserve, and Paraflex shock absorbers.

Panerai Luminor California 8 Days

One of the most exciting times is when Panerai launches a new timepiece, and that piece is the Luminor California 8 Days. This watch combines all of the brands finest qualities in their timepieces, and puts them into this exquisite and masculine piece that is sure to be noticed on every wrist. The case is machined from diamond like carbon coated titanium making it scratch resistant and robust. The timepiece features the mandatory bridge lever device, and the California dial was designed from the brands military roots, making a very clean look, with just hours and minutes function paired with Arabic-Roman numeral markers and the blue hands.

A. Lange Sohne Double Chronograph Triple Split Watch

Horological brilliance begins with taking chances and doing things that other watch manufacturers have not done. Technical advancement is a critical step and one that A. Lange Sohne has mastered. The double chronograph triple split watch is one example of that mastery. While the name might be a bit confusing to those not familiar with the terminology, the timepiece is a double chronograph because it was built with two 12-hour chronograph mechanisms within one movement. While previous timepieces bearing that same name existed, they were in actuality split-second chronographs that contained one full function complication and a corollary one.