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Incredibly, it’s 100 years since Seiko introduced its first wrist watch known as The Laurel. However, it’s clear that in the past 100 years Seiko have not rested on their laurels. Seiko President at the time Kintaro Hattori was determined that Seiko would always be “one step ahead of the rest”, and largely it has proven to be the case.
Last week I missed the Gavox event near Bruxelles Belgium, organized by Michael Happé, founder, owner and watchmaker of Gavox Watch Co.
As any JLC fan will know, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso was originally developed in the 1930s to enable British colonial officers to play polo without fear of breaking their expensive wrist watches while at play. As the name suggests, the watch was able to swivel round so that it was protected from any potential harm.
As Christmas draws ever closer it’s time to decide what you dream about versus what is genuinely affordable, and the new Powermatic80 series from Tissot could be a worthy contender for a happy compromise. Earlier this year Tissot introduced the Powermatic80 series which features a record-setting power reserve of 80 hours.
It’s vital to have a goal and a vision. Melbourne Watch Company founder Sujain Krishnan’s is to turn Australians on to the beauty and purity of mechanical watches. His first watch, Flinders, is due for launch in February of next year. And it has already begun to pique the interest of many Australian customers.
The Rue du Rhône is the most exclusive shopping district in Geneva. The elegant street, close by the shores of Lake Geneva, hosts sophisticated cafes and exclusive boutiques run by international luxury brands. Now Swatch Group brands Glashütte Original and Jaquet Droz are represented here by a single shared boutique.
Vacheron Constantin’s Malte Tourbillon High Jewellery brings together the magic of watchmaking and the mystery of gem-setting. This exceptional piece has invisible settings all entirely hand-crafted, and dressed in 418 baguette diamonds totalling approximately 19.6 carats.
For 2013, Swatch has released a fun gents Christmas collectible inspired by the currently hugely popular trend for Christmassy knit jumpers. Called Red Knit, the watch is designed to look as if it has just been knitted as a Christmas sweater of the type your grandmother usually gives you, but in fact is now readily available in several leading stores.
Just in time for Christmas, Jaquet Droz releases The Lady 8, a new fine jewellery watch which elegantly plays on the sensual curves of the figure 8.
It’s been a long time coming but Great Britain will now receive its very own set of limited edition Big Bang Ferrari timepieces. As with all the other special editions in the Big Bang Ferrari range, the watch will feature unique and distinctive attributes of Hublot, Ferrari, and, in this instance, Great Britain. The limited edition will only be available at selected Hublot retailers and Hublot boutiques in the UK.