Louis Erard has become a byword for collaborations, and the list of watchmakers and design studios involved with the brand is growing by the day. Fast becoming a tradition, the models singled out for the collaborative transformations are the Régulateur and the Petite Seconde from Louis Erard’s Excellence collection. Tapping into a festive Halloween mood, […]
The Brilliant Evolution of Watch Luminescence
The brilliance of watch luminescence has changed over the decades with new and improved glow-in-the-dark material always being invented or innovated. Let’s explore the journey it took in watchmaking.
Zenith Elite Chronograph Classic Review
Some watches just take your breath away. The Zenith Elite Chronograph Classic that we will Review today is one of those cases. Let’s begin!
In Praise of Anglage: Exceptional Hand-Finished Anglage Is Difficult, Slow, And Expensive So The Big Brands Have Given Up And Few Seem To Have Noticed (Or Seem To Care) – Thank God For The Indies!
Big brands are now making beautiful, reliable, and relatively accurate “traditional” mechanical watches, but the handcrafted work many of us value is disappearing. Highly skilled watchmakers and artisans are rare…
Breitling Chronomat B01 Chronograph Review | What’s New?
Looking for a highly accurate, and water-resistant heavy-duty watch from one of the more popular luxury watch brands? Let us put this watch to the test in our Breitling Chronomat…
Introducing – Audemars Piguet Unveils 5 New Complication Watches Clad In Ceramic (Live Pics & Price)
Audemars Piguet has long demonstrated its ability to break the rules of classic haute horlogerie, using traditional complications and high-end, hand-finished movements of the highest level and encasing them in…
Kings, Queens, Ambassadors, And Crowns. Killing Watch Fairies, Roller Skating Brand Owners, Sirens Everywhere, And Watches From Tag Heuer, Bulgari, And More
For this episode of aBlogtoWatch Weekly, Ariel is on the road with Norqain in Switzerland to cover an exciting upcoming launch, so Rick and David are joined by George Bamford…