Let Us Review The Citizen Promaster Altichron Watch

With the reference BN5058-07E timepiece, Citizen of Japan totally re-imagines the previous generation "avant-garde moderne"  Promaster Altichron into something that I feel is correctly a lot more mainstream. The previous generation Altichron was a dream piece for anyone that considers themselves a fan of quirky, yet serious tool watches. In 2014, they even released a super niche and cool limited model, the Altichron Cirrus.

Detailed Review With The Tissot V8 Automatic Chronograph Watch

When it comes to affordable Swiss-made chronographs, it’s not exactly a crowded space – particularly for mechanical options costing less than $1000. This is largely due to the fact that staying inside this threshold is impossible for Valjoux-made calibers – essentially the industry’s most widely adopted, and most economical chronograph standard.

A Bold Dive Watch--Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue For Bold Divers

Swiss Omega showed a number of new watches this year at Baselworld 2017, including the crazy popular 1957 Trilogy Limited Edition featuring three 60th Anniversary special editions. Inevitably some models got a lot more attention than others, which is why today I thought I would focus on the new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue

A Elegant Timepiece Of Louis Vuitton Escale Time Zone 39 Watch

Louis Vuitton is one of those mainstream luxury brands that also happens to make legitimately decent wristwatches. I have to say this time and time again because there are still people who place Louis Vuitton watches in the same category as other lower-end fashion watches from big luxury names. Louis Vuitton even has some very special high-complication pieces as well as in-house movements and modules produced at their "La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton" department. Today I am reviewing the Louis Vuitton Escale Time Zone 39.

Hands-On Hublot Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph Watch

In 2017, with Ferrari design objectively at one of its all-time highs, Ferrari has finally conceived its first ever wristwatch. They have done so in partnership with - you guessed it right - Hublot, and the result of their collaboration comes in the unusual form of the Hublot Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph. It is a watch that, by definition, has tested the horological prowess of the designers and engineers of one of the world's leading car manufacturers.

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