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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Omega Central Tourbillon Co-Axial Platinum Watch

Omega brings some of the highest complications to surface with their Central Tourbillon Co-Axial Platinum limited edition offering. 18 units of the tourbillon watch are bring made. What makes this watch special is the central placement of the tourbillon itself. “The movement has a luxurious sun-brushed pearlescent finish; its bridges and mechanisms are hand polished. The rotor with its sapphire plate has been newly designed … and the watch’s individual serial number (out of 18). The Skeletonized Tourbillon Co-Axial Platinum Limited Edition is equipped with a Breguet balance spring.” This is very serious business.


Wrist Watch by Uniform Wares

Stylish and sophisticated, Uniform Wares is a new London based ‘Objects & Apparel’ brand whose products are “intended for everyday use by individuals with an eye for meticulous design details”, their first foray into the fashion world is a ridiculously minimal wrist watch simply entitled, Wrist Watch 001.

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010


Steel Mesh available for $135.00 @ YD Store

Stainless Steel Mesh Band:

It is made of all brushed stainless steel and is water resistant to 150ft.

Black Leather Band:

Comes with a butterysoft black leather band and matching buckle that has no visible lugs, providing a seamless connection from band to watch case.

Designer: Laurinda Spear

Black Leather available for $120.00 @ YD Store

Called the Chroma, the numerals on this beauty change color every second! Moreover the hour hand colors merge from one color palette to another, creating beautiful hues of the color spectrum. Totally mesmerizing! Unisex in style, its crafted in Steel Mesh Bands or Black Leather Band, giving choices to suit your taste.

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SMG x Devilock x G-Shock DW-5600

Coinciding with the Singapore leg of G-Shock’s Shock The World tour, SMG and Devilock have joined forces with Casio to release a pair of limited edition DW-5600s. Featured in two colorways, the watches features both SMG and Devilock branding and logo details across the straps. Limited to 10 pieces each.

Available at Smudge Store 8A Level 2, Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069788, T +65 6227 9052.


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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Welder K25 Chrono 4205 Watch

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Boccia Titanium Chronograph Watch

Made from pure Titanium, it’s deep black face serves as the ideal palette for its bold striking white markers and vertically positioned chrono dials.
Combined with the included rubber strap and water resistance to 330 feet, the time piece possess an eye catching mixture of urban bravado and ruggedness.

Cost: $225

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Monday, January 25, 2010

Concept : Lock your time

The lock portion of the watch is the hours, the outer rim is the minutes. Metal! Runs nice like a normal analog watch. Needs a battery though, this one doesn’t run on steam or magic.

Three different styles, all nice and clean.

Designer: Andy Kurovets

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De Bethune DB025 Watch

In the pursuit of ever greater efficiency comes comes a host of arguably small changes makes De Bethune an even more capable watch maker with the DB025 line. Inside the watch is a movement that does not need adjustment and that now has a silicon balance wheel. There is also hardened non-magnetic steel in the case, which itself on the outside is either 18k white or rose gold - large at 44.6mm wide. The DB2105 movement has a power reserve of a full 6 days with a power reserve indicator located toward the side rear of the case.

There are two dial options available - either the most classic white tone with Roman numerals, or my favorite, the pictured flame blued steel with gold stars. It really compliments the spherical moon phase indicator wonderfully and looks beautiful with the hand-polished steel hands. Classic looks still meld well with a modern feel in the design, which is enhanced by the skeletonized lugs.

For more info read Luxury watch review

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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Hublot Gold King Power Tourbillon GMT Watch

The case is large at 48mm wide in King Gold, titanium, ceramic, composite resin, and rubber. Price will of course be expensive by this is part of a limited edition of just 28 pieces.

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Casio - Data Bank Watch

One of the classic watch model from Casio is the Data Bank which had a good following with its retro futuristic look and functionality that was hi tech at the time of its release. Casio takes this popular model and revamps it for the new millennium by revising the design and also slim lining the functionality. The all new silver color adds to the contemporary aesthetics and with a large digital display it makes it easy to read. Functions include telephone/memo (30 entries), LED back light, 13 languages and other standard features such as stop watch, timer, alarm and calender. The casing and wrist band uses stainless steel and it is waterproofed for everyday use.

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Friday, January 22, 2010

(capsule) | Tsovet SVT-NM85 Flat Black

Another item making its debut at (capsule) New York is Tsovet’s flat black make up SVT-NM85. The watch itself is inspired by the timepieces worn by the Russian Imperial Navy’s baltic fleet. 50mm case with fixed bezel and swiss movement (and some other nice features too).

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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Rebellion Predator Watch

The large round case has bezel cut-aways for their distinctive torx screws and ceramic inserts on the lug structures. The watch is available in several material versions where you can mix-and-match steel, ceramic, and red gold. In addition to the tri-compax chronograph as seen, the Predator watch will be available in a three-hand (time only) and monopusher chronograph version.

You can visualize the clear "technical" looking face with the now in, honey-comb texture on the dial. Likely with a bit of movement view action going on underneath that.Inside the watch are Swiss automatic mechanical movements. The partially obstructed subsidiary seconds indicator on a disc (like a brake rotor) is always a fun touch. Nothing hugely original, but Rebellion is certainly on a short list of high-end luxury watches with race car technology inspired themes. The new predator watches will all be available as limited editions.

Read luxury watch review

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Vacheron Constantin 1141QP

This sexy watch features a 30 minute Chronograph, large chrono seconds hand & 30 minute counter sub-dial located at the 3 o’clock position. Perpetual Calendar – Day & Month windows located beneath the 12 o’clock position, Date Sub-dial located at the 6 o’clock which doubles as a moonphase sub-dial.

Leap Year indicator window located between the 1 & 2 o’clock position. Small seconds sub-dial located at the 9 o’clock position. Vacheron Constantin Calibre 1141 QP which beats at 18,000 vph & contains 21 Jewels. Power Reserve of approximately 48 hours.

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Cartier Calibre Collection

Bold yet elegant, Cartier's Calibre is another instant classic from the iconic French jeweler and watch maker. The watch is the first to use the company's own in-house movement, the 27 jewel calibre 1904 MC, which is wrapped in choices of stainless steel or pink gold and steel.


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Bozeman SmokeJumper GMT Worldtime

Inspired by America’s airborne firefighters of the National Smokejumper Association as well as being their official timepiece, the SmokeJumper GMT is proof the Americans can design high end watches just as good as the Swiss. The watch features an easy to use GMT function which can tell time in 24 time zones. 100 units of each style will only be made and will include a stainless steel bracelet and a hand-stitched, saddle-leather strap.


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Monday, January 18, 2010

Concept : Geocentric watch

The “Geocentric” by Geoffrey Cooper, a human-centered designer with a keen perception of the world around him, is a sci-fi-inspired watch that employing a motion identical to planets rotating around the sun produces a mesmerizing spectacle.

Presenting a whole a new form of time telling, the watch features a number of rings, quite apparent on the dial, which keep rotating over and over again like a traditional time machine, creating a sense of awe and wonder among viewers.

Via: Geoffreyc

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Omega Constellation Baguette Watch

Omega muses that because each diamond in the watch is hand selected and cut for the piece, if a diamond would require replacement, the process would take as long as making an entire new watch as a stone would need to be selected to make a new watch. This is the Omega Constellation Baguette watch for ladies, and I am not sure if there is going to be more than one of them (only one has been made so far).

The watch is in 18k white gold and has 459 very large Wesselton diamonds all over it - from the dial to the case, and all over the bracelet. The stones have what is called an "invisible mount," which makes their settings not visible. This makes them look all put together very neatly and closely. The watch contains all baguette and trapeze cut diamonds. There is also a small mother-of-pearl disc behind the star shape on the dial.

Inside the watch is an Omega Caliber 8421 automatic Co-Axial escapement mechanical movement. A lovely piece in a sick, ultra excess sort of way, the watch has over 30 carats of diamonds on it.

For more info go to luxury watch review or Omega

Panerai Mare Nostrum

2010 marks the return of Panerai's WW2-era Mare Nostrum timepiece. The watch is a stunning tribute to the original complete with the same monstrous stainless steel 52mm case and olive green canvas strap.

Link: $36,000 / Source

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Franck Muller Aeternitas Mega 4

The “world’s most complicated watch” which movement has 1,483 parts to it and 36 complications.

The watch took 5 years to design and Franck Muller is expecting $2,7 Million for it.

Via Luxist

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Sunday, January 17, 2010

glamb x G-Shock “Paintman” Watches

Japanese label glamb is the latest participant to join G-Shock’s “Shock The World” movement. The brand reworked the DW-5600 in black, and the DW-6900 in pink and white, each of which has been splashed with hits of paint.

Limited to 50 pieces per color.

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CASIO G-SHOCK 2010 January Releases DW-6900

A new set of CASIO G-SHOCKs release upcoming based on the round-shaped DW-6900. The watch capsule features a number of bright offerings which include colorful LCD screens. Colors include blue, red, black and silver.

Source: MY G-SHOCK

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CASIO G-SHOCK GA-100 “Three-Eye”

CASIO G-SHOCK update their roster of watches with the unveiling of an all new style, the GA-100 “Three-Eye”.While the “Three-Eye” approach isn’t a new one from CASIO G-SHOCK, the GA-100 is an update to the design. The watch features a large sized bezel with a combination of both traditional analog time-telling as well as two digital displays.

The first series of GA-100s include a blacked out version, a white/blue version and a black/red version.

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Marvin M112 Collection

At a time when functions, materials and costs are subject to great one-upmanship in the world of watchmaking, Marvin has created the M112: a hand-wound mechanical watch in a timeless design incorporating refined elegance at an accessible price. Its sophisticated simplicity makes it a watch for all occasions.


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