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6 Pilot's Watches From IWC

IWC has a penchant for making some of the world's best pilot's watches. From the iconic Big Pilot to the smaller Pilot's Watch, these aviation-inspired timepieces are just about as cool as a true pilot's watch can get. We've rounded up 6 of our favourite pilot watches from IWC that we could find that you can get your hands on. IWC “Lewis Hamilton” Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar Made for the F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, the “Lewis Hamilton” Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar features a stunning aesthetic of burgundy, ceramic and 5N gold with what is one of the game's best perpetual calendars. IWC Big Pilot's Watch Edition "Le Petit Prince" Clad in 5N gold and measuring 46.20mm across, the...

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6 Watches For Your Next Black Tie Event

Black tie watches should be classy, elegant and understated. In my opinion, a true black tie watch should come on a black leather band, it should be encased in a white metal, it should fit under a shirt cuff easily and it should work to complement, not distract from, the outfit. Above all else, a black tie watch should be simple, graceful and ultimately refined. Omega Trésor Co-Axial Master Chronometer Classical, timeless and elegant, the Omega Trésor Co-Axial Master Chronometer is a subtle approach to the traditional black tie watch that you can wear with and without a tux. Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Clad in platinum, the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle represents the upper echelons of classical dress watchmaking and is more...

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The Top 10 Omega Speedmasters of All Time

Out of all the celebrated timepieces created by Swiss watchmaker Omega, its Speedmaster models carry an extra bit of prestige. With its status as the first watch certified by NASA and worn on the moon, the Speedmaster cemented its legacy as one of the most important chronographs ever made. Every piece in the legendary line built on the success of its predecessors, leaving lasting impressions on the industry still felt to this day. 1. Speedmaster CK 2915 (1957) It all started rather inconspicuously in 1957, when the brand released its first line of “professional” watches — the Seamaster, Railmaster and Speedmaster. The inaugural Speedmaster, titled CK 2915, was originally marketed to car enthusiasts to help measure land speed. The timepiece was one...

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5 High End Watches Your Collection Needs

Every growing collection needs that one piece, that go to watch you strap on your wrist to make a statement. And there is nothing like wearing a watch that is endowed in complexity, in precious metals and in prestige. A truly high end luxury watch is meant to evoke emotion, a feeling of connection with the wearer. A luxury watch is often more than just a tangible item. It's an expression of a person's individuality, of success, of affluence and of personality. A luxury high end watch is, invariably, a trophy a person can wear on their wrist proudly. Greubel Forsey Double Balancier Sapphire Encased in sapphire and titanium, the Greubel Forsey Double Balancier Sapphire is the ultimate expression of...

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7 Omega Seamaster Planet Oceans for Your Next Underwater Adventure

The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is a tried and tested brute made for the ocean's depths. Paying homage to Omega's affinity to the ocean since 2005, the collection is an expression of the modernity of the maison, combining watchmaking excellence with innovative design, state-of-the-art materials and the use of Omega's revered Master Chronometer certified movements. For our deep diving friends, both of the underwater and desk variety, we've put together a list of some of the best examples of the acclaimed Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean. One of the best attributes of the Seamaster Planet Ocean is its duality. It's a solid all-rounder, well equipped for both land and sea use, and more than capable of fronting as your go-to beater....

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