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While all-black watches are certainly not for everyone – legibility and hence functionality arguably take a back seat to styling, although we are genuinely looking forward to reporting on how this piece performs in that department – the Omega Speedmaster Dark Side Of The Moon Black Black may very well be the strongest contender in that group right now. This blend of Moon Watch design elements and a blackhole-like light-absorbing aesthetic is just remarkably cool.
The Sinn EZM 7 S is 43mm wide with a steel case that is finished with a tegiment black hard coating for additional scratch resistance. Thickness is a wrist-friendly 12mm and the weight (without a strap) is 90 grams. On the rubber strap shown in the photos, the Sinn EZM 7 S is very wearable and ready for everyday use.
Blancpain will produce the ref. 66240-3631-55B of the Blancpain Tourbillon Volant Une Minute 12 Jours in 18k red gold as a non-limited edition (it comes on an alligator strap that is lined with alzavel). In addition to the 18k red gold version is a limited edition of 188 pieces ref. 66240-3431-55B Blancpain Villeret Tourbillon Volant Une Minute 12 Jours watch in platinum. Price is 7,400 in 18k red gold and 8,800 in platinum. blancpain.com
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The new movement boasts 14 patents, which, all together, account for the gains in precision, power reserve, shock resistance, and magnetism. It incorporates the new Chronergy escapement – patented, of course – with pallet fork and escape wheel made of anti-magnetic nickel-phosphorus. The oscillator has an optimized blue Parachrom hairspring – which, interestingly, is not Rolex's new Syloxi silicon hairspring that was debuted more quietly last year. Parachrom is made from an exclusive-to-Rolex para-magnetic alloy – with no further information being given on what that contains. The point is that it is said to be 10 times more precise and it certainly accounts for the highly enhanced and reliable accuracy of the new Rolex 3255 caliber. The movement, with bi-directional automatic winding, features an upped power reserve, reaching 70 hours now.
The see-through caseback gives away an ETA 7750 movement with a custom rotor – the king of modern workhorse chronograph calibers. With a past working relationship with Eterna, it would be interesting to see if Porsche Design would start equipping its watches with Eterna's new Caliber 39 (discussed in great detail here), as I feel the fly-back chronograph version of the Cal.39 would be a perfect match for the brand. A lesser known fact is that one of the key engineers and developers of the Cal.39, also then-CEO of Eterna before the Chinese take-over, Patrick Kury is now with Porsche Design. Whether that will help or in fact set back Porsche Design's use of the Caliber 39 is something we'll see in the future.
As you can see, the "Pride of Detroit" plane has plenty of ties to Detroit itself. So, then, it is also fitting that the Detroit Watch Company Pride of Detroit Aviator features that plane engraved on the caseback. Ostensibly, the watch is in their Aviator series, but I would have a hard time placing it into that category myself. Sure, we have the large onion crown that is easy to grip, and the matte black dial with its raised indices, but that is about as close as it gets to be an aviation watch.
This isn't Hublot's first rodeo with boxing - a sport that doesn't get too much attention from the conservative European luxury crowd who tend to favor more high-brow competitions such as yacht racing, golf, and equestrian events. Hublot started its journey with boxing back in 2012, partnering with the World Boxing Council WBC, auctioning unique timepieces produced in honor of legendary and now retired boxing greats.
Inspired by late-era art deco watches, the Bulova Bellecombe collection has smaller 31mm-wide case sizes as well as this new larger size, which is about 35-36mm wide without the crown. These latest Bulova Bellecombe watches also get diamond hour markers and a new patterned mother-of-pearl dial with a sunray motif that emanates from the crown.
To house the new RD820SQ automatic movement, Roger Dubuis decided to once again rely on their Excalibur case collection which I believe remains their most popular family of products. The specific case is the Excalibur 42, which at 42mm wide is a very reasonable 11.44mm thick. While you can go up to 47mm wide in an Excalibur case, such larger sizes really aren’t particularly comfortable for most people to wear on a daily basis. I actually like a lot of the 47mm wide Excalibur cases, but they aren’t suitable for constant wear. At 42mm wide, Roger Dubuis’ Excalibur case wraps around the wrist with ease and is pleasantly comfortable. The case is, however, only water resistant to 30 meters – so no swimming with one of these on.
Hamilton Powell: I still have it, and now only wear it when I go to the beach.
There actually is good reason for HMC's confidence that shines through their message. In our review of the H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Funky Blue – which you can watch above and read the full written review soon – we praised the watch's exceptional legibility, courtesy of a combination of the clever dial and movement design that makes for the remarkably clean and simple display of its highly complex perpetual calendar complications. The month is indicated by the small, centrally mounted arrow hand, while the date is displayed on a large opening at the 3 o'clock position. The leap year indication has been exiled to the movement side, keeping the dial as simple as possible. Complex interfaces: tackled. So what about ergonomics and autonomy?
Seiko Kinetic Direct Drive begins with the core Seiko Kinetic platform, which is a quartz movement that has an automatic rotor used to generate power for the movement. While Seiko Solar watches use light to power batteries through a photovoltaic cell in the dial, Seiko Kinetic (sometime called "auto-quartz") use the same principle as automatic mechanical watches to generate power. Only, instead of winding a spring, the rotors generate power that goes into a rechargeable battery.
JeanRichard next succeeds in a product that looks good, despite being subjected to a prodigious amount of little tweaks and changes. In steel with a black dial, the Aquascope, for example, looks excellent on most any strap color (similar to many Panerai watches) and dial color changes look equally acceptable. JeanRichard's basic sports watch design is even so versatile the brand is able to produce a version with and without a bezel to make two distinct model families (the Aquascope and Terrascope), as well as modify the dial a bit to create the Aeroscope collection. Each has the same basic 44mm wide case structure, though JeanRichard does mix up elements such as color and case finishing.
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And despite the large modern sizing and finish, the case design, with its stepped bezel and lyre lugs, is actually more reminiscent of classic dress watches. The lyre lugs also make the watch deceptively comfortable to wear and more versatile, despite its large size. That said, it has good wrist presence, but it definitely wears a little smaller than most watches of its size. So if you typically shun 45mm watches because you find them too large, give the Ball Fireman Night Train SG50 or the Ball Fireman Night Train DLC a go - you might be surprised.
These were some rather cool pieces in their own right. Totally different from, say, the Guiliano Mazzouli ones, in that these Baz Persaud Horological Cuff Links are much more abstract, giving the sort of theme and feel of watches of days gone by. Both of the designs are pulling from 1940s Patek watch cases, and the back of the cufflinks have a vintage-style winding crown motif. While Brack opted for his in silver, you could get it in any material from sterling silver (which could be plated) to platinum.
The radioactivity of tritium is so weak that it can be stopped by a 5mm-thick plexiglass and if you were so foolish and unfortunate all at the same time that you consumed all the tritium in your watch at once, that would account for the same amount of radioactivity (40 mSv, i.e., 40 microsievert) as you are exposed to when flying from New York to Los Angeles. In other words, 40 microsievert is 1/45th of the average annual background radiation that you are exposed to each year. And so, while it certainly is not recommendable to consume the tritium from your watch indices and hands, if it were to happen, you would still be fine.