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By Dhananjay Pathak  Every year several teams from across the world battle it out against each other in their adrenaline pumping mean machines to claim the Formula 1 Grand Prix title. Nico Rosberg who drove for Williams

By Dhananjay Pathak Every year several teams from across the world battle it out against each other in their adrenaline pumping mean machines to claim the Formula 1 Grand Prix title. Nico Rosberg who drove for Williams

By Dhananjay Pathak  Being a watch collector and enthusiast one would agree that it is hard for us to be content with just one watch in our collection and hence we end up having our watch goals

By Dhananjay Pathak Being a watch collector and enthusiast one would agree that it is hard for us to be content with just one watch in our collection and hence we end up having our watch goals

By Jovan Krstevski  Times indeed are changing… and so are watchmakers’ marketing strategies and it’s all for the better. There are only winners here, both for the manufactures and the consumers. The luxury market is now more

By Jovan Krstevski Times indeed are changing… and so are watchmakers’ marketing strategies and it’s all for the better. There are only winners here, both for the manufactures and the consumers. The luxury market is now more

By Harlan Chapman-Green  Chopard is a company that's come along an incredibly long way in the last 20 years, the main driving force behind that has to be the focus on the L.U.C. collection. L.U.C. stands for

By Harlan Chapman-Green Chopard is a company that's come along an incredibly long way in the last 20 years, the main driving force behind that has to be the focus on the L.U.C. collection. L.U.C. stands for

By Dhananjay Pathak  What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the Swiss brand Omega? Though there could be several different answers to this question, one the more prominent answer would

By Dhananjay Pathak What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the Swiss brand Omega? Though there could be several different answers to this question, one the more prominent answer would

By Jovan Krstevski  Delone Watches, a start-up founded by Arkadiy Barabanov in Berlin, Germany wants to bring back quality at a low cost. We all know that to cut costs and maximize profits, most manufactures turn to

By Jovan Krstevski Delone Watches, a start-up founded by Arkadiy Barabanov in Berlin, Germany wants to bring back quality at a low cost. We all know that to cut costs and maximize profits, most manufactures turn to

By Harlan Chapman-Green  I know it’s a cliché, but it’s nearly that time again. That’s right, it will soon be the time for the second most significant luxury watch display on the planet, after BaselWorld of course.

By Harlan Chapman-Green I know it’s a cliché, but it’s nearly that time again. That’s right, it will soon be the time for the second most significant luxury watch display on the planet, after BaselWorld of course.

By Carl Scutt  It's been said before, mainly by me quoting American businessman Gordon Bethune, saying or should I paraphrase this, unless you're Mr.T a watch is probably the only piece of acceptable jewelry bar the wedding

By Carl Scutt It's been said before, mainly by me quoting American businessman Gordon Bethune, saying or should I paraphrase this, unless you're Mr.T a watch is probably the only piece of acceptable jewelry bar the wedding

By Harlan Chapman-Green  Oh, my GoSh what is that? Is it modern art? Is it real at all? The answer to those last two questions is most definitely yes. This watch does indeed exist, and that dial

By Harlan Chapman-Green Oh, my GoSh what is that? Is it modern art? Is it real at all? The answer to those last two questions is most definitely yes. This watch does indeed exist, and that dial

By Harlan Chapman-Green  There’s something to be said for colours these days. Have you noticed how they seem to have disappeared from most things in our lives? Our cars are no longer bright blue or orange. Instead,

By Harlan Chapman-Green There’s something to be said for colours these days. Have you noticed how they seem to have disappeared from most things in our lives? Our cars are no longer bright blue or orange. Instead,