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Displaying: all articles from 2012

  • Jaeger-LeCoultre scoops Watch of the Year Prize – Twice!

    2012 ended on quite a high for Jaeger-LeCoultre following the news that the luxury Swiss watch brand had won the prestigious Watch of The Year prize for its Duometre Spherotourbillon timepiece from both the Vienna more
  • Which watch for: A cage fighter

    If you’re into eating punches, getting it on with a little dirty boxing and like nothing more than some blood spilling ground and pound, you are clearly a cage fighter fan, and over the past more
  • Franck Muller Vintage Curvex 7 Day Power Reserve

    Franck Muller is one of those watch brands that make it so easy for you to like them. Their stylish and accurate timepieces have been enjoyed by watch lovers the world over and following the more
  • B.R.M. Laponie Ice Driving Limited Edition watch

    Normally ice and driving are two things to be avoided at all costs, but in what is described as a no-compromise car-driving experience literally unique in the world, enabling the most demanding to acquire the more
  • The Voice In The Night

    Each year at Christmas we issue a Ghost Story. The first two were self penned, but this year, we have invited a long dead master of the genre to retell a spooky story on the more
  • Baume and Mercier Linea Automatic

    This article was written and contributed by Emily Longstaff, who also writes for New York art magazine Once the festive season has passed and satisfied family members, lovers and friends rejoice in their presents, you more
  • Arnold & Son TB88

    It’s probably fair to say that when John Arnold founded the Arnold & Son watchmaking company in London in 1764 he may never have thought that it would be still going strong almost 250 years more
  • Time’s up for Chinese mayor in possession of pricey timepieces

    This article was written and contributed by Simon Lazarus who writes for several national and international publications. 2013 could be a very different year for one government official in Gansu. A lavish watch collection belonging more
  • Beyoncé’s $5m Big Bang

    This article was written and contributed by Simon Lazarus who writes for a number of national and international publications. What are you expecting for Christmas? Socks? After shave? Maybe another nasty tie from Primark? Well, Christmas more
  • Leaner times: The return of the 38mm men’s watch

    As you will quickly discover if you walk around what little is left of Britain’s high streets, it’s not only profits that are getting progressively slimmer. Suits have been trimmed, ties have gone on a more