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Introducing The Ever So Clean TAG Heuer Bamford Monaco

Introducing The Ever So Clean TAG Heuer Bamford Monaco

TAG Heuer has linked up with luxury customisers, Bamford Watch Department, for the cleanest timepiece collaboration. A bespoke model encased in carbon featuring an original calibre 11 from 1969. One look at this dual effort is all it takes to have the word "striking" seared into your mind, and hanging on the edge of your lips. And striking it is. This latest iteration has been constructed with the 39mm square dial and TAG Heuer Monaco's winning left crown. Additionally, the George Bamford imprint has been engraved on the dial, and the bottom of the box being signed "Monaco Bamford". The...

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Review of The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore

Review of The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore "Safari"

Introduction: Audemars Piguet is a Swiss, luxury boutique watchmaker founded in 1875 by Jules - Louis Audemars and Edward -Auguste Piguet. The founding partners, both descendants of great watchmaking families, decided to join forces to create a luxury brand like no other seen at the time. J.L. Audemars was responsible for the technical production of the luxury timepieces and E.A. Piguet managed the business aspects of the company. Located in Le Brassus in the Swiss Vallee de Joux, the company remains a privately held organization and holds true to the traditional Swiss watchmaking heritage of the land to this date....

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Buying a Dive Watch? Look for These Features

Buying a Dive Watch? Look for These Features

Write By: Max Chiabai on

A dive watch was originally designed to resist water pressure up to a depth of 100 meters or more. These days, though, watchmakers like Cartier and Corum have added other features that are convenient and even life-saving. Learning more about dive watches and their features can help you make the right choice when you decide to make your purchase. Heavy-Duty Gaskets A dive watch is meant to be worn underwater, so it’s vital that the maker takes the time to use high-quality gaskets that will keep water out - even under significant pressure. The best watchmakers use heavy-duty gaskets that...

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