Posts from: Bert Buijsrogge

 

All new Girard-Perregaux Laureato ceramic

All new Girard-Perregaux Laureato ceramic

We’ve all seen the return of the new Laureato line by Girard-Perregaux and now they present a new model, the Girard-Perregaux Laureato ceramic. This full black ceramic model looks awesome and we can’t wait to see it in the flesh. The size is near […]

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New creation Greubel Forsey QP à Équation

New creation Greubel Forsey QP à Équation

After seven years of research, the assembly of no fewer than 624 parts, three patents, and the combination of two inventions – Greubel Forsey revolutionises one of the oldest watchmaking com-plications, the perpetual calendar, by incorporating an equation of time. To create […]

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ShopWorn Offers a New Way to Shop for Luxury Watches Online

ShopWorn Offers a New Way to Shop for Luxury Watches Online

After working for decades in the luxury watch industry, Richard and Larry Birnbaum decided it was high time for a better way to shop for fine timepieces. Within the luxury watch industry, one end of the spectrum has authorized retailers selling brand […]

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Sunday Showcase – Girard-Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial

Sunday Showcase – Girard-Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial

Being into watches there are always models that are far out of reach for your budget. Watches that are created for the happy few so to say. But with all their beauty and craftsmanship they are worth being shown to the world. […]

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MB&F presents new version of the Legacy Machine SE

MB&F presents new version of the Legacy Machine SE

Perhaps one of the most wearable watches in the MB&F collection is the Legacy Machine and MB&F have announced a new version of it in the shape of the LMSE. Another cool watch that looks simply stunning. Available in 4 different variations […]

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Join the Watchtime New York event

Join the Watchtime New York event

For those in the US or travelling there this weekend. The WatchTime New York show is coming up in a few days! Last chance to join as Friday tickets are all sold out.  More info here

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Richard Mille RM 70-01 Tourbillon Alain Prost

Richard Mille RM 70-01 Tourbillon Alain Prost

Partnering up with Alain Prost was reason for Richard Mille to create a special watch. Being an artist in the realm of speed where Richard Mille is the artist in timekeeping. Collaborating with the four-time Formula 1 World Champion and co-founder of […]

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Visiting Jaquet Droz in Switzerland with loads of photos!

Visiting Jaquet Droz in Switzerland with loads of photos!

Recently we travelled to Switzerland where we visited Jaquet Droz. Starting off in the museum in Nauchatel where we got to see the automations by Jaquet Droz made around 1770. Quite impressive when you learn how complicated these creations actually are. Located in […]

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Sunday Showcase – A. Lange & Söhne Tourbograph Perpetual “Pour le Mérite”

Sunday Showcase – A. Lange & Söhne Tourbograph Perpetual “Pour le Mérite”

Being into watches there are always models that are far out of reach for your budget. Watches that are created for the happy few so to say. But with all their beauty and craftsmanship they are worth being shown to the world. […]

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Girard-Perregaux 1966 WW.TC

Girard-Perregaux 1966 WW.TC

When l0oking for a classic looking worldtimer it’s worth to have a look at the Girard-Perregaux 1966 WW.TC. which was introduced earlier this year. Part of the 1966 collection that pays tribute to the year in which they presented the first high-frequency watch movement. Beating […]

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IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Heritage and Mark XVIII

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Heritage and Mark XVIII

IWC presents further new products in the form of Pilot’s Watches in the striking retro design of the historic Big Pilot’s Watch from the 1940s. These new models are called the Pilot’s Watch Heritage which are available in different models. First there are 2 models of […]

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IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine de Saint-Exupéry”

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine de Saint-Exupéry”

Extending their Big Pilot collection, IWC announced the IWC Big Pilot Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine de Saint Exupéry”. Quite a mouth full but what can you expect for an annual calendar at this size? With just over 46mm and the typical big crown […]

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Ceramic

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Ceramic

Great design can last a lifetime which is proven with the Royal Oak that was launched in the 70’s. Looking at the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak today it has hardly changed and still looks amazing. Although I never owned one it has been […]

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Anonimo NAUTILO GC32 Racing Tour Limited Edition

Anonimo NAUTILO GC32 Racing Tour Limited Edition

Earlier this year we joined Anonimo on one of their sailing experiences where we also had the change to try the Anonimo Nautilo Nato collection. Last week they presented a limited edition of the Anonimo for the G32 Racing Tour. This watch is […]

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MB&F presents their latest creation the Octopod table clock

MB&F presents their latest creation the Octopod table clock

We all know the out of this world designs by MB&F for their watches and horological machines. Pretty cool and a pleasure to the eye combined with timekeeping functionality. Continuing in their aquatic adventures they present a new desktop or table clock called […]

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Watch hands names and watch hand styles – Watch Tech

Watch hands names and watch hand styles – Watch Tech

Watches come in many shapes and sizes and so do the watch hands that tell the time. We’ve combined and extensive list naming most of the styles and designs. Although they are just a tiny part in a watch, they fulfil the […]

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Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Manufacture

Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Manufacture

If you’re in the market for a nice watch which comes with a moon phase but do not want to spend the world on it. Perhaps you should have a look at the Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Manufacture. This is a mouth full […]

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Lange 1815 Special Edition – 10th birthday of the first Lange Boutique

Lange 1815 Special Edition – 10th birthday of the first Lange Boutique

A. Lange & Söhne announced a Lange 1815 special edition. Reason for this is their very first A. Lange & Söhne Boutique was inaugurated in Dresden ten years ago. For this reason a limited edition of the 1815 commemorates the occasion. The special facet […]

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Czapek Quai des bergues guilloché watch models

Czapek Quai des bergues guilloché watch models

The Czapek exclusive “Ricochet” guilloché pattern takes the inspiration by an ancient design created by Francois Czapek in the 1850s. Its main characteristic and unique feature is the presence of a double focal point, unlike traditional guilloché patterns with only one focal […]

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Urwerk Presents the UR-105 CT Streamliner

Urwerk Presents the UR-105 CT Streamliner

Time for a party as Urwerk so let’s take you on the ride! Back in March 1997, Martin Frei graduated from the College of Arts and Design in thw Swiss city of Lucerne. Shortly after he moved to New York where he joined other […]

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Event report Historic Grand Prix with Tudor Watches

Event report Historic Grand Prix with Tudor Watches

Last weekend we went to the Historic Grand Prix in Zandvoort which is located on the coast of Holland. This event is a trip down memory lane in the history of automotive sports. Pretty much cars from all generations are featured. Tudor, being […]

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Sinn Spezialuhren EZM 1.1 Limited Edition

Sinn Spezialuhren EZM 1.1 Limited Edition

First introduced to the public in 1997 by Sinn, their first mission timer. An virtually unbeatable chronograph in terms of functionality and clarity, the EZM 1. Marked the ongoing development of a long range of mission timers for professional users in titanium. First […]

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Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Ceramicised Aluminium

Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Ceramicised Aluminium

Ever since the launch of the El Primero movement  in 1969, Zenith has broken an incredible amount of chronometry prizes. Being an acknowledged champion of high-frequency chronoraphs Zenith steps up with the Defy El Primero 21 taking it from 10th to 100th […]

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TAG Heuer Formula 1 No.33 Max Verstappen Special Edition

TAG Heuer Formula 1 No.33 Max Verstappen Special Edition

We joined Tag Heuer for the launch of a new Special Edition with Dutch race driver Max Verstappen. This was about all we knew before we headed towards the capital of Holland. Together with Panna world champion Jeand Doest and former football […]

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Grönefeld 1941 Remontoire bespoke series review

Grönefeld 1941 Remontoire bespoke series review

Independant watchmakers are very popular and they manage to continue their work next to the big companies. In our home country Holland we have a few of them. Today we have a look at the Grönefeld 1941 Remontoire watches. Although the name […]

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Patrick Pruniaux appointed CEO of Ulysse Nardin

Patrick Pruniaux appointed CEO of Ulysse Nardin

Kering announces the appointment of Patrick Pruniaux as the CEO of Swiss watchmaking house Ulysse Nardin, effective 28 August 2017. He will report to Albert Bensoussan, CEO of Kering Luxury – Watches and Jewellery division. Patrick Pruniaux has many years of experience […]

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Ulysse Nardin Zheng He Treasure Boat Limited

Ulysse Nardin Zheng He Treasure Boat Limited

Welcome the Classico Zheng He, a stunning new enamel timepiece. Proving once again that preserving tradition while shaping the future of watchmaking is the Ulysse Nardin way. Saluting the fascinating world of Chinese maritime history, Ulysse Nardin honors the Zheng He Treasure […]

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Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Collection Excellence Platine

Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Collection Excellence Platine

A great classic Dating back to the 1950’s comes the inspiration for the Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Collection. Minimalistic perfection with an eye for detail creating a contemporary reinterpretation from the Vacheron Constantin heritage. By doing this the well balanced lines and clean look of the dial, […]

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Launch of the new Eza Airfighter

Launch of the new Eza Airfighter

Last weekend we were invited to the official launch of the new Eza Airfighter presented by Eza Watches. This brand dates back to 1921 where it was established in Pforzheim in Germany. After becoming a manufacture in the late 50’s they suffered […]

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Final seats exclusive Grand Seiko Experience

Final seats exclusive Grand Seiko Experience

Ever wondered why watch connoisseurs are praising Grand Seiko? Always wanted to know what it feels like to be a watch journalist going behind doors that normally stay closed? Or perhaps you are already a Grand Seiko fan and want to learn […]

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