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Piaget Altiplano Ultimate 910P: Looking Good While Breaking Records

Piaget Altiplano Ultimate 910P: Looking Good While Breaking Records

It is a battle of titans, as Bulgari and Piaget compete with each other to create the world’s thinnest mechanical watches. In this battle, Piaget can bow down on a much longer history as it started its legacy in 1957 with the 2mm thick manual wind caliber 9P, followed in 1960 with the 2.3mm slender automatic caliber 12P. Over the course of the decades, it has mainly used these thin, and small, calibers to offer its designers almost unrestricted freedom, which has resulted in turn in some of the most breathtaking dress watches in the world. READ MORE

Some Of The Best Skeletons For Your Closet

Some Of The Best Skeletons For Your Closet

Granted, these skeletons are not very scary, so that might make them even more perfect for your closet because they will complement a large range of outfits. Skeleton watches have always been quite a challenge to make, as you cut away what a watch so desperately needs: the stability of the main plate and bridges. That makes skeleton watches almost like a walk on the high wire for watchmakers, and so enticing for the rest of us! READ MORE

3 Men’s Chronographs with Unisex Appeal

3 Men’s Chronographs with Unisex Appeal

You could argue that the chronograph makes for the ultimate masculine men’s watch. Its affiliations with aviation, car racing and diving are what give it a defiant sporty edge, elements of which are conveyed through the aesthetic. And that’s exactly what makes them all the more appealing to the modern day woman. READ MORE

Bulgari Launches Skeleton Version Of The Octo Finissimo Tourbillon

Bulgari Launches Skeleton Version Of The Octo Finissimo Tourbillon

By Martin Green
It is hard to surpass a watch like the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Tourbillon. Its style is subtle, yet distinctly Bulgari, Roman flair combined with the finest in Swiss watchmaking. That last part, that remarkable ultra-thin tourbillon, with a height of only 1.95 mm has always been hidden behind a dial with only an opening for the tourbillon. That is now about to change with the new skeleton version of this extraordinary watch. READ MORE

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