The Internet is flooded with minimalist, “Bauhaus-inspired” watches. The vast majority are dull pieces with an uninteresting design copied ad infinitum. As a huge fan of the Bauhaus school of art, it is really painful for me to observe the modernist ideal of simplifying forms and maximising functionality to be butchered at such a large […]

The independent German watchmaker announced the introduction of a smaller version of the gold Lambda. The first Lambda introduced in 2013, measuring 42 mm, has since gained many fans and awards and with the new 39 mm version, Nomos is following the new trend of watches with more vintage dimensions. For sure, by introducing these […]

The Angelus name is very well known to connaisseurs of vintage pieces, many of their watches and clocks are in high esteem among collectors. They were among the many Swiss brands that did not survive the quartz crisis and went dormant in the seventies, until this week, when they marked their rebirth with the announcement […]

Baselworld will open its doors in less than a week and as an appetizer, let me introduce you to three new models by Chopard: the absolute racing piece, the Mille Miglia GTS Power Control, the elegant L.U.C Regulator and for ladies the diamonds and steel Happy Sport 30mm Automatic. Mille Miglia GTS Power Control Chopard […]

2014 marks the 150th anniversary of the disappearance of the Confederate Navy’s H. L. Hunley, the first military submarine in history to sink an enemy vessel. Ball, faithful to its American heritage, celebrates this important event in the development of modern Navy by launching the Engineer Hydrocarbon Hunley, taking advantage of the Ball patented Amortiser […]