• A. Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Tourbillon Handwerkskunst Anniversary Watch

    2014 celebrates 20 years of A. Lange & Sohne’s iconic Lange 1 watch. It was launched when A. Lange & Sohne relaunched in the early 1990s and today remains their most distinctive timepiece with its balanced yet asymmetric dial. In honor of the 20th Anniversary of the Lange 1, the German watch maker has released a limited edition version of … Keep reading
  • BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends October 24, 2014

    In conjunction with Habring2’s 10th anniversary, we round up October by visiting their headquarters in Austria to check out the manufacture and also their new Felix watch, which uses their first in-house designed movement. We also take a behind the scenes look at what goes into manufacturing a Hublot case and visit Seiko to learn more about their manufacturing capabilities … Keep reading
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Ivy Minute Repeater Watch For Women

    Jaeger-LeCoultre has captured my attention with the addition of the first minute repeater to the Ladies Rendez-Vouz Collection: the Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Ivy Minute Repeater. As its name suggests, this ivy-encrusted timepiece is of undisputed elegance – and that elegance is much more than skin-deep. In 2012, Jaeger-LeCoultre debuted the Rendez-Vouz Collection to provide women the chance to own serious mechanical … Keep reading
  • Gavox Squadron Review: A True Mil-Spec Watch

    These days, we’ve got quite an abundance of watches that either intend to mimic military or aviation watches of the past, or even that are re-releases from older catalog items. If you want to get into a watch that has actually been on the wrists of service members, however, your options are a bit more limited, unless you go vintage. … Keep reading
  • Wixon Jewelers Watch Fair In Minneapolis On October 24-25, 2014

    Each October, Wixon Jewelers hosts its much-anticipated Watch Fair, an event where watch enthusiasts have the opportunity to shop expanded selections and limited edition models that are otherwise difficult to see in person. This year’s Watch Fair will display expanded collections of new and rare timepieces from Patek Philippe, Parmigiani Fleurier, Officine Panerai, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Tudor to name a few. … Keep reading
  • Armin Strom Skeleton Pure Water & Fire Watches Hands-On

    Now toward the end of 2014, Swiss watch maker Armin Strom releases a compelling new set of two limited edition watches that once again focus on skeletonizing its in-house made movements. Here is our hands-on look at the new Armin Strom Skeleton Pure Water and Fire timepieces. To put these two watches into context, let’s take a look back earlier … Keep reading
  • Interview With Kelly Rowland, TW Steel Watches Ambassador

    In her self-described role as “first lady” of TW Steel, pop star Kelly Rowland has collaborated with the brand to create two special editions. The first was a colorful, bedazzling, decidedly feminine take on TW Steel’s CEO Tech chronograph model; now, Rowland has unveiled a brand new, decidedly sleeker, more minimal revision of another signature reference, the Kelly Rowland Canteen … Keep reading
  • Watch Winner Announced: Hamilton Khaki Pilot Day Date Watch

    Congrats to our lucky winner of the Hamilton Khaki Pilot Day Date watch that we gave away on aBlogtoWatch last month. Thanks again to everyone who entered and please enter for a chance to win a Minus-8 Layer Automatic watch this month on aBlogtoWatch here. The article Watch Winner Announced: Hamilton Khaki Pilot Day Date Watch first appeared on aBlogtoWatch … Keep reading
  • Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 Debuts

    The Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 is the first watch to debut from the new “independent” Porsche Design watch brand. We first spoke about the upcoming Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 when discussing Porsche Design’s plans to produce their own watches after breaking up with long-term production partner Eterna. The article Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 Debuts first appeared on … Keep reading
  • Nixie Wrist Wearable Flying Drone

    As if the world needed more items to put on our wrists, a startup company called Nixie (yes, another Nixie) is developing a wearable flying drone. This is all part of Intel’s “Make It Wearable” challenge, where the chip producer has challenged teams to produce a new wave of wearable technology. Nixie’s idea is to produce a small drone that … Keep reading