This month on aBlogtoWatch you have a chance to win an automatic mechanical Hamilton Khaki Pilot Day Date watch, part of Hamilton’s new collection of aviator-style watches. Hamilton has a long history in the production of aviation timepieces and they keep this tradition alive today with the various models in the Khaki Pilot collection. The Hamilton Khaki Pilot Day Date comes in a 42mm wide steel case with either a silver or black dial, and on a leather strap or steel bracelet.
The article WATCH GIVEAWAY: Hamilton Khaki Pilot Day Date first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
Welcome back to an aBlogtoWatch original series, where we discuss important stores that sell watches all over the world. Each store we profile has an interesting story to tell about where they operate and who they sell to. Whether you READ MORE
The article Buying Watches In New York City: Cellini Jewelers first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Mark Carson.
Watch prices go up and watch prices sometimes go down (well, in a way) in response to the market. While I can’t say for sure, I wound venture to guess that the last 15 years have seen more activity and disparity in watch prices than any other time in history. When else in history could you get a watch for a $1 or over $1 million? While the market seems to be cooling to massively priced mega watches, you simply cant stop ambition. Watch designer Roshan Martin debuts his collection, the highly limited edition Roshan Martin Légende Tourbillon with prices from over 500,000 Swiss Francs to over 1,000,000 Swiss Francs.
The article Roshan Martin Légende Tourbillon Watch first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
Sometimes mystery isn’t a good thing, especially when it comes to media that consumers trust and follow with regularity. So with that said, I’d like to begin a conversation with aBlogtoWatch’s audience on the topic of how you feel the READ MORE
The article Your Feedback Is Requested In Regard To The Future Of Watch Media first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
To be honest, I am not sure if this is the Greubel Forsey Art Piece 1 or perhaps the Art Piece 1.2, etc… There have few more mysterious ultra luxury watches released from legitimate brands than the Art Piece collection from everyone’s favorite metal finishing fanatics over in Switzerland. I am told that the first Art Piece watch was finally delivered this summer in 2014. This is after the watch’s “debut” in 2012. What you see here hands-on isn’t even a finished model, but rather a prototype.
The article Greubel Forsey Art Piece 1 Watch Hands-On first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
As August comes to an end, we spend a day at the Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach with Rolex ambassador Jackie Stewart to talk about watches and, of course, cars. As for new watches, we check out Arnold & Son’s exquisite Time Pyramid watch, IWC’s Aquatimer Deep Three Depth Gauge and ITAnano’s affordable Phantom Carbon Automatic 49 watch. Finally, we learn more about high-end watchmaking and the roles of screws from noted collector, Dr Bernard Cheong, and we round off the month by discovering the heritage of the one and only Moonwatch, the Omega Speedmaster.
The article BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends August 29, 2014 first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Kenny Yeo.
John and I discuss the merits of the new Rolex Deepsea D-Blue dial watch as well as a debate on why to like or not like the Japanese-made Hajime Asaoka Project T Tourbillon. John gets himself a Swatch Sistem51 and we chat about the future of mechanical watches with the existence of a $150 all Swiss one.
The article HourTime Show Watch Podcast Episode 162 first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
Omega watch lovers are given an almost tedious amount of good options when it comes to what watch to want next. The “Omega love” is high here but let’s be honest, when it comes to wanting a new Speedmaster or Seamaster choosing the right model for you is just under being as complicated as determining a new neighborhood to move to.
The article Omega Seamaster 300M Chronograph GMT Co-Axial Watch Hands-On first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.
Quick! How many hands normally appear on a MeisterSinger watch? One, right? Well, up until recently, that would certainly be the case. With the introduction of the MeisterSinger Paleograph, however, that answer is no longer entirely accurate. Sure, you’ve still got the singular hour hand (no minutes hand needed), but then there is a whole new compliment of hands showing up on the dial.
The article Introducing The MeisterSinger Paleograph Chrongraph first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Patrick Kansa.
Just a few more days this month on aBlogtoWatch to enter for a chance to win your own Torgoen T32 Automatic watch in our August 2014 giveaway.
The article LAST CHANCE: Torgoen T32 Automatic Watch Giveaway first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Ariel Adams.