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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Edifice x Casio G-SHOCK Watch Set

Two new watches will be produced within a set that finds inspiration from British design, while celebrating Edifice’s 15th Anniversary. Simple yet classy, both timepieces feature mostly white/black platforms with added stripe and polka dot motifs on the bands.

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Nixon x NITRO MICROPHONE UNDERGROUND - 10th Anniversary Exclusive Watch

Nixon have prepared these specially designed 10th anniversary watch for NITRO MICROPHONE UNDERGROUND. It shows the strong influence of this Japanese hip hop group as these were not made for general public but for each of the eight members of the group to wear on stage during their extensive Japan tour. The gold and black combination of the watch matches the anniversary colors of their other collection.
Black stones are encrusted into the bezel matching the black face that is detailed with gold numbering and hands. On the back casing is the engraving of the NITRO MICROPHONE UNDERGROUND logo and anniversary years under it.

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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Meister Watches 2009 Winter Collection

Carefully producing high grade collaborations this year, as well as continually building a reputable name for themselves, Los Angeles-based Meister Watches has garnered wide acclaimed for its contemporary timepieces.

Celebrating yet another season of success, Meister gives us a scoop into its Winter 2009 Collection, comprised of several styles, including the Chief, Superstar, & Ambassador series.

Each model is engineered in a multi-piece design, carefully put together by hand, and crafted with the finest Japanese parts.

The Meister Winter 2009 lineup is now available via the brand’s website.

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nano universe x G-Shock DW-5600 & DW-6900

G-Shock teams with Japanese boutique nano universe on three new watches. The outcome is mix of glossy white, pink and black, with the store name printed on the strap, as well as embossed on the back of the watch.

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Monday, December 28, 2009

Bell & Ross Commando BR-01 96

As a tribute to Special Forces, Bell & Ross have designed the Commando BR-01 96. Though not actually specified as equipment for troops, the Commando embodies the qualities necessary for use in combat. The honest ergonomics and light, rugged construction make the watch suitable for nearly any circumstances, and the subdued grey palette avoids undue attention.

Large, easily legible numerals are coated with Bell & Ross’ signature black, photo-luminescent paint which emits a vibrant green glow.

A blackened, square stainless case with exposed hardware and a matching rubber strap complete the military aesthetic.

Source: Professional Watches

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N. Hoolywood x Hamilton ‘Khaki Field’ Mechanical Watch

Japanese brand N. Hoolywood collaborates with American watchmaker Hamilton on this Khaki Field mechanical watch. Inspired by the watches issued to American GIs during World War II, there’s a simplicity and ruggedness in this watch that can’t be matched.

Made of black stainless steel and powered by a hand-wound mainspring, this is a piece that hearkens back to the days when watches were made to last.

Limited to just 500 pieces.

Get it here .

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Richard Mille RM011 Ti Americas White LE Watch

Richard Mille’s new limited edition RM011 Ti Americas White watch was made in honor of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. The watch will only be available in North America, making it one of those rare regional limited edition timepieces for USA and Canadian shores. The unique movement has a chronograph as well as a contemporaneous countdown timer. It also has an annual calendar. The case is in DLC coated titanium.

Price is $90,000


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Luminox - Jet Black Japan Limited Edition

Luminox is a watch brand that is known for their precision and rugged exterior that is worn by various military units such as the army, navy, air force and even the Navy Seals. Though recently they have been popular for casual wear with its manly minimalistic design and high performance.

This Jet Black model is based on the popular 3050 series that debuted in 2006 and features a large face measuring 47mm in width.

The all black version created here is Japan only limited edition which uses a full carbon fiber on its casing, bezel and back piece giving it an attractive look as well as reducing weight considerably making it 30g, light enough for daily use.

It is water resistant to 200m and comes packaged in a custom case with bright red zipper matching the Luminox logo.

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A Bathing Ape - Bapex Clear Watches

A Bathing Ape have been dropping their clear Bapex watches periodically with each collection showing a little twist of the previous yet identifiably distinct. The latest releases comes in black, silver and gold colorways that represent luxury and used plentifully in BAPE products.

All items use a clear polycarbonate wrist band with custom metal buckle with A Bathing Ape logo on it. The face, bezel and dial produced in matching colors accented with chrome silver detailing.

As with other clear Bapex watches the Ape logo is placed on the twelve o’clock section while the nine and three are printed in numerals and six o’clock occupied by the R logo.

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Casio - G-Shock DW6900 Matte White

It is common to see the Casio G-Shock watch collection in stealthy black or brighter fruity colors lingering between manly tough aesthetics and pop aesthetics. Surprisingly this DW6900 model uses a basic matte white finish that is fresh to the eyes and offers a different appearance to other releases.

The refined look is balanced with a good use of black elements on the face and function displays. All of the other standard features of the watch such as timers, water resistance and of course shock resistance can be expected.

Metallic champagne gold case safely packages this time piece.

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Casio G-Shock x Hosu - Custom Swarovski Crystal Watches

Casio G-Shock has been a status symbol not only for the average street culture followers but by big name musicians and entertainers who customize their favorite model encrusted with diamonds set in gold or platinum even. However that can be a out of reach for many people and so Japanese brand Hosu have come up with an alternative that looks the part and easy on the wallet.

Taking two of the most popular G-Shock models, DW5600 and DW6900 and upgrading the outer case with real silver 925. For those who like it plain the outer case can be left as silver only although the Swarovski Crystal option really turns up the heat.

Available in normal Crystals or Black Crystals and each watch is carefully hand crafted by experienced artisans in Japan.

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Casio G-Shock - DW6900 Hawks Limited Edition

Baseball is one of the oldest foreign sports that has captured the hearts of Japanese fans and this watch pays tribute to the Nankai Hawks team that was very successful team in the 1970’s and currently the team is called Fukuoka Softbank Hawks.

So Casio have made a special homage model of the G-Shock DW6900 bringing back nostalgia for those who lived baseball in that era. The distinct dark green color is accented with Rasla like color of yellow and red with white detailing making this an interesting time piece. The NH logo is prominently placed on the top of the face and the back light LED flashes Hawks script logo in red once the button is pressed. On the band and the back casing features the NH logos accompanied by Hawks script logo as well as special packaging sporting the same detailing and colorways.

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