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German brand known mainly for their pens are usually forgotten when it comes to fine watches. However they do have some history when it comes to watch making. MontBlanc describes the TimeWalker as “Dynamic,Discrete and Understated”, I agree with them completely. At first glance the watch doesn’t seem like much but it’s dual time zone function allows you to know what time it is at any other part of the world, perfect for people who travel a lot. It’s easy to read face is also very practical and at $1000 it isn’t to pricey either, actually quite close the price of a MontBlanc pen. For more info check out MontBlanc.

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I’ve been meaning to post about Alain Silberstein for a while but kept delaying it for no real reason. Now to the point, Alain Silberstein is one of my favourite watchmakers. The Swiss (Patek Phillippe) were the inventors of the wrist watch however it was the French (Cartier) who made the wrist watch an item worn by millions of men everyday. Why did I just say that ? Read More

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Breitling is releasing a book for every fan of fine watches and anyone who is interested in the brands history really. This is the first book Breitling has ever released and it’s due to their 125th anniversary, it has over 450 images chronicling the legacy of one of the finest wrist watch brands to have ever of existed. Read More

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If you’re looking for a watch that tells the time really really good I got something for you. This is a limited edition updated version of the standard Chronomat model, yeah. You probably can’t see a difference in the appearance though that is due to one very important factor. Most of the changes made are under the casing. Read More