Before we would take off on our travel with the new Chopard L.U.C Time Traveller One and the L.U.C GMT One, make yourself comfortable in your first class seat, indulge in a glass of our finest drinks and let us take you on a short time travel. 20 years ago, Chopard co-president Karl-Friedrich Scheufele’s dream to have the […]

The Grand Seiko family introduced their new babies to the public at Baselworld, a sportier collection with black ceramic shells and a dressy platinum model with eight days of power reserve. Both of them are equipped with Spring Drive movements, offering the incredible accuracy of +/- 15 seconds a month. What is a Spring Drive? […]

Today Breguet has unveiled their contribution to the Only Watch 2015 charity auction, the one-of-a-kind Type XXI 3813 pilot’s chronograph. It is based on the Type XX watches that Breguet made on the order of the French air force and navy from 1954 onwards through the 1970s. Supplied to pilots as standard issue, the Type […]

The plummeting price of oil didn’t deter Ulysse Nardin from launching a very special timepiece that honours the petroleum industry. The the enamel dial of the Hourstriker Oil Pump is adorned and delicately hand-engraved in gold. The timekeepers appear even more lifelike, for the arms of the oil pumps are Jaquemarts. A Jaquemart is an […]

If you’re a fan of Harry Winston, the name Emmanuel Bouchet should ring a bell. Yes, he was the wizard behind the Harry Winston Opus 12. Earlier this month, at London’s Salon QP, Emmanuel Bouchet has unveiled his first very own watch, the Complication One, a tribute to watchmaking tradition and know-how. With his debut […]