Month: July 2017

Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph 5500V Watch Review

In 2016, Vacheron Constantin released a needed refresh of its only sport watch collection, the Overseas. This included a slew of new members of the Overseas family ranging from an…
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How To Fix High-End Watch Retail Though Flattening Regulations And Price Consistency

At aBlogtoWatch, we've dedicated a lot of editorial time to discussing the very real problems that the watch industry is facing today. To some people who insure their status as…
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Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Aerolithe Performance Titanium Watch Hands-On

The Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Aerolithe Performance Titanium watch is the successor to the Flyback Chronograph we looked at here in 2014. It was an atypical watch from an already "quirky"(…
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Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Pirelli Automatic Skeleton Watch Hands-On

Roger Dubuis' new partnership with the Italian tire manufacturer Pirelli finds expression in the limited-edition Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Pirelli Automatic Skeleton watch which comes in three sporty colourings to…
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Tiffany & Co. East West Automatic Watch In Rose Gold Review

When the first version of the Tiffany& Co . East West watch was released, I felt conflicted. I actually appreciated the design and Art Deco aesthetic that Tiffany& Co. personified…
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What The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Luxury Smartwatch Means To The Watch Industry

My travels offered me the ability to be in New York City on the evening that Paris-based Louis Vuitton decided to concurrently launch their first smartwatch device( see our Louis…
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