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  1. eBay Auctions
    https://www.ebay.es/itm/323402407901 Very collectable and rare edition, hard to find in this condition. Bezel and bracelet not "yellowed". Watch is in almost LNIB condition, with new battery recently installed.
  2. Clock world
    Hi all, Just read this quite interesting article on why do pendulum clocks synchronize with each others. "Attempts to explain the synchronisation have ranged from the impacts of tiny air currents to minute movements in the base on which the clocks are mounted." But it seems that it's a sound...
  3. Public Forum
    What I ask is which brand does the most scientific research about time related stuff, has the most laboratories with time instruments, has the largest number of scientists who study time related issues with watches and how to fix them etc...
  4. High-end watches
    In the days of yesteryear, it was a common occurrence for a woman in a sundress to be walking on the street past a construction site (at least according to movies and TV shows). As she would walk past, the workers might stop what they were doing and start to give cat-calls and whistle at the...
  5. High-end watches
    Mmmm, escargot! The French have coveted them for centuries and Pliny the Elder of ancient Rome speaks of snails as being an elite food. They have even been discovered in prehistoric archaeological excavations and can be assumed to have been food for our ancient ancestors! Even though I have not...
  6. High-end watches
    What does a bicycle, helicopter, children’s wooden top, and a mechanical watch have in common? While there may be many answers to this question there is only one I am concerned about. Anybody that has even dabbled in physics might know the answer to this question. What they have in common is...
  7. News from the Watch Industry
    Girard-Perregaux, the iconic luxury Swiss watch brand, is proud to announce it will be the Exclusive Timekeeper and a Founding Supporter of the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, scheduled to open in 2016 in Los Angeles. It will be the first U.S. not-for-profit museum dedicated exclusively...
  8. Public Forum
    I don't know about you, but I often find one of the most sublime things I can do is merely observe and enjoy the viewing of fine timepieces. While ownership of a fine watch is a pleasure to be sure, I take great pleasure in viewing a fine watch, whether wreathed in the right blend of light and...
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