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I was unprepared for the heat of the Texan sun. Our day began with a tour of Possum Kingdom lake aboard a party-style pontoon boat helmed by one Captain Mike. Captain Mike was a peculiar sort for a sailor, at times deeply aware of his surroundings while at others he seemed in a daze that left us wondering if we should be keeping closer watch on the boat's well-stocked cooler. After an uneventful tour of the lake we came to pass Hell's Gates, a pair of 100-foot cliffs created by a jetty on the edge of the lake and a matched formation borne of a small island. The inside of the small bay formed by the gates is host to the Texas stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Tour, a world wide event that pits gravity against a small group of men and women as they hurl themselves from great heights under the banner of an Austrian energy drink with a Thai history and the promise of some much-needed wings.

When Bulova first released the Precisionist collection, it was designed as an ultra-modern sports watch. Since then, Bulova has been greatly expanding the diversity of its watches with the much-admired Precisionist movements to the Bulova Precisionist Chronograph, as well as more simple sport watch collections and dress watches, such as this Bulova Precisionist Wilton Chronograph. So lets examine how this watch fares and remind you why the Precisionist movement is so interesting.

Paige claimed to have had the idea for the Wrocket watch as early as the 1980s. In addition to having to source the movements, one major issue was size. Each of these watches contain movements produced for pocket, not wristwatches. Thus the movements are 39mm wide. In the 1980s and into the 1990s, 39mm wide was as big if not bigger than most men's watches. A watch case that contained a 39mm wide movement needed to be even wider than that. In the early 2000s watch sizes rapidly began to increase in size, and finally it looks like a good time for Paige to think about producing these timepieces. In fact, the name "Wrocket" is actually meant to be a contraction of the words "wrist" and "pocket," as the watch is really a fusion of a wrist and pocket watch.

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Zenith Pilot Montre d'Aeronef Type 20 GMT 1903 Watch Celebrates The Wright Brothers Watch Releases

ABTW: As a business, do you sponsor or participate in any local events, watch-related or otherwise?

SM: That's hard to say, as I've fancied so many watches over the years. Right now, it's the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grand Tradition Gyrotourbillon.

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When it comes to Rolex and their historical models, we have seen them perform a large number of subtle as well as some major modifications over time. There is a peculiar way of coupling these two kinds of enhancements, meaning that smaller improvements are generally synchronized with the debut of more considerable alterations. In Rolex history, this generally translates into presenting a new, more refined movement which is accompanied by more minor improvements on the watch, such as a more durable and comfortable bracelet, a new bezel or luminescent material, and other tweaks.

One of the most anticipated new IWC Aquatimer watches for 2014 was also the first bronze watch that IWC will produce. Here it is hands-on, and it is called the Aquatimer Chronograph Edition "Expedition Charles Darwin" (ref. IW379503). To be honest, I was a bit skeptical about IWC getting in to the whole trendy bronze case thing. Panerai did it with a few models after bronze started becoming hot with "indy divers" (that are marketed toward many of the most dedicated watch enthusiasts on the internet). We've seen bronze used for watches such as the Gerald Genta Gefica and some Anonimo watches, but is the material good enough for more mainstream luxury brands such as IWC?

Magrette Moana Pacific Professional Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

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Labor Day Watch Finds!

While the base Japanese quartz caliber 7X52 movement in the Astron is only as accurate as most other decently made quartz movements, this watch can update itself with the most accurate time available. That is because it can receive not radio signals, but satellite signals from the many GPS satellites revolving around the earth–that themselves are updated by atomic clocks. So, the key here is that the watch regularly updates itself to be not only accurate, but also accurate given the location you are in the world.

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The history of the Accutron Spaceview is actually rather interesting, as the open face and dial were never actually supposed to appear that way. Bulova Accutron produced a set of training watches to help explain how their new tuning fork-based watches worked when training retailers. The "dial-less" watches proved so popular it was decided to produce them, and thus history was made. For a few years Accutron produced a few versions of the Spaceview (with various case shapes) until it was clear that quartz was an emerging technology that made more sense. The Accutron Spaceview was so important we included it in a list of our top 10 most important electronic watches.

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The almost race-style dial of the 5960/1A makes it the type of watch you don't need to wear with a suit or formal attire. At 40.5mm wide the watch isn't huge, but it is totally within the range of what most under 50 people are wearing. Even the numerals and fonts used on the dial are more modern that one might expect from a Patek. To that we offer a big thumbs up.

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Bvlgari Introduces An Octo Chronograph Watch

Bvlgari Introduces An Octo Chronograph Watch

The bezels included are a black aluminum insert and an etched/engraved solid brass.

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Armida A8, both bezels
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Welcome back to an original aBlogtoWatch feature, "My First Grail Watch." In this series, we ask prominent people in the watch industry about the first timepiece that they lusted after.  Today, we're talking with Francois-Paul Journe, who heads up his eponymous brand, F.P. Journe.  Coincidentally, he's just celebrated 30 years with the company, so our interview could not have occurred at a better time.

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Casio G-Shock G-Aviation GWA1100: Tech Specs from Casio

  • 200M Water Resistance
  • Triple G Resistance
    • Shock Resistance
    • Gravitational Force Resistance
    • Centrifugal Force Resistance
  • Auto LED Backlighting
  • Neo-brite luminous hands & markers
  • Digital Compass w/ Needle Indicator
  • Tough solar power
  • Bearing Memory
  • Daily Alarm
  • 1/20th Sec. Stopwatch
  • 60 Min. Countdown timer

HourTime Show Watch Podcast Episode 157: How Rolex Prices Have Historically Increased

HourTime Show Watch Podcast Episode 157: How Rolex Prices Have Historically Increased

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In conclusion, the Arnold & Son Royal TES Tourbillon watch is interesting in that it does not premier any new features per se, but rather it offers features in such an unusual combination that renders the watch rather unique and hardly matched by anything else out there. And so while the Arnold & Son Royal TES Tourbillon is not the first watch with an inverse movement, nor the first with a sapphire component in its movement, it still remains a highly technical and very promising novelty that reassures our feelings that Arnold & Son is on the right track and is not planning on leaving it anytime soon. The Arnold & Son Royal TES Tourbillon (reference 1SJAR.V01A.) will be available in a limited edition of 28 pieces in red gold only, with the price for one of the numbered pieces being 2,200.

Blancpain L-Evolution R Chronographe Flyback Grande Date Watch Hands-On

Blancpain L-Evolution R Chronographe Flyback Grande Date Watch Hands-On
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Something quite new from Swiss Romain Jerome, here is the Skylab. The new timepiece collection with its skeletonized dial and movement is unique but thematically related to the brand's other "moon-themed" timepieces that began with the Moon Dust DNA collection (hands-on here). The Moon Dust DNA was Romain Jerome's first follow-up model to the famed Titanic DNA watch (aBlogtoWatch review here). The Moon Dust DNA was said to contain some actual dust particles from the moon, and metal from the original Apollo XI spacecraft.

Case: stainless steel, diameter 44.6 mm, cambered sapphire with anti-reflective coating on both sides, case back see-through sapphire, water-resistant to 30 m

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Girard-Perregaux is about to release a new version of the still new Chrono Hawk called the Hollywoodland. An unofficial homage to the movie making capital of the world, the Chrono Hawk Hollywoodland is the latest effort in the brand's focus on entering the world of Hollywood. In 2012 Girard-Perregaux announced that it was going to be a sponsor and founding supporter of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. The museum is currently in construction and will stand as an important cinema museum here in Los Angeles.

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