At $180,000, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Full Diamond is the world’s most expensive smartwatch. You may argue that it is not the pricest, yet, but it is certainly the most opulent connected watch to have roll out of the factory; not aftermarket custom. $180K is a hell lot of money, but there are no less than 589 baguette-cut diamonds and 18-karat white gold to make sure it is worth every single penny. (Maybe?) Continue reading Behold! The World’s Most Expensive (Factory) Smartwatch Costs $180K!
Thinking of migrating to the Mars? Well, if so, this is the wrist watch to help you keep tab of the time while you are on the Red Planet, or be in the know of the time on Mars as you wait for your rocket ship to be ready to take you to the new planet you call home. Created by Russian watchmaker Konstantin Chaykin, the Mars Conqueror is a timepiece meticulously crafted to tell the local time on Mars, plus the position of the Red Planet relative to Earth. Though we are not sure how it will stand up to zero gravity condition. Continue reading Konstantin Chaykin Mars Conqueror Watch Lets You In On The Time On Mars
To mark the return Formula 1 to France, luxury watchmaker and official watch partner of the Renault Sport Formula One Team, Bell & Ross, has introduced a new Vintage model. Designated Bell & Ross Vintage BR V2-94 R.S.18, it bears some similarities to the Bell & Ross x Renault Sport Formula One BR-X1 RS17 which was auctioned off last year at a charity event. Continue reading Bell & Ross Celebrates French Grand Prix With Vintage BR V2-94 R.S.18
50 years ago, Ford GT 40 with its orange and blue livery of Gulf Oil claimed its first victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Fast forward today, luxury watchmaker TAG Heuer, who happens to be a partner of Gulf, celebrates the achievement made five decades ago with the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Gulf Special Edition, featuring the legendary orange and blue colors of Gulf Oil. Continue reading TAG Heuer Celebrates 24 Of Le Mans With Formula 1 Gulf Wrist Watch
Cars are not the only things Porsche is turning out to mark its 70 years of sports car in 2018. There is at least one non-car thing. Though so, it is one that is no less closely related to Porsche’s automobile. This celebratory product is the 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition timepiece. Yes, it is a wrist watch, but not just any wrist watch. Continue reading Porsche Celebrates 70 Years With A Timepiece That Pays Homage To The 356
Bell & Ross is best known for making square hip again and now, it is probably going to be known as the watchmaker that makes a skull laugh, like literally. Meet the BR01 Laughing Skull Watch, the latest BR series watch that features a dial face of a skull that laughs. OK. Maybe just visually. It does not chuckle like the Crypt Keeper, which is actually a good thing cos’ you don’t want to creep yourself or anyone out. Also, it won’t randomly laugh; the moveable jaw of the skull only moves, revealing a sneak of its inner workings ever so slightly, when you dial the crown. Continue reading Bell & Ross BR01 Laughing Skull Watch Really Has A Skull That Laughs!
You don’t need to be a watch connoisseur to adore a beautiful watch and it certainly don’t need a wrist watch lover to want to own this fabulous take of one of TAG Heuer’s most iconic timepiece: the TAG Heuer Monaco. Revamped by luxury watch customizer Bamford Watch Department, the TAG Heuer Monaco Heritage features striking aqua blue accents, found on the luminescent indexes of the chronograph counters, the dial indexes, as well as the date window, that really pops from the deep black dial and the 39mm square carbon case it is encased in. Continue reading Bamford Adds Carbon And Aqua To Iconic TAG Heuer Monaco
Timepieces that let you peek inside the watch inner workings are not new. It has been around for decades if not longer. While so, hardly any of them can be considered truly “see through.” That is until now. Folks, meet the Chanel BOY.FRIEND Skeleton Watch, a luxury timepiece boasting a new movement that is completely visible – thanks to its unique skeleton design. Developed by Chanel Haute Horlogerie, this new movement is a watch engineering marvel in that, unlike typical skeleton watches, it actually allows you to see right through it. Continue reading Chanel BOY.FRIEND Skeleton Watch Is Completely See-Through!
Bell & Ross has been turning out quite a number of new models in recent years, but being a non-industry specific blog, we did not follow up with every single piece, but this duo here is something a little different from what the French watchmaker has to offer. The duo, namely BR V2-92 and BR V2-94, is what we would like call “same, same, but different.” Same because, it is has what makes the Bell & Ross’ design so endearing, i.e. the aerospace-inspired aesthetic. Different because, it has a much weightier vintage flair than most of the watchmaker’s previous design. Continue reading Bell & Ross Unveiled Vintage BR-V2 Steel Heritage Ahead Of Basel 2018
The problem with mass produced product is, consumers will eventually get numb to the design. Luxury watch makers like Bell & Ross are not sparred from this natural occurrence and so, it is only naturally when a one-of-the-kind piece surface, it has all out attention. The Bell & Ross x Renault Sport Formula One BR-X1 RS17 Watch is one such attention grabbing timepiece that pops from among the long line of BR collection. It is may be a BR, but it is not just another BR. Continue reading Stunning Bell & Ross’s Renault F1 Team Timepiece Sold For $35K At Only Watch