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What I really like about the MMT platform is that it isn't about phone notifications on your wrist. I've played with devices that tell me I have new e-mail and unread text messages or if a call is coming in. I've just found them by-and-large to be rather useless. What I am looking for, is a smartwatch that acts smart and looks smart.
A look at most of Casio's new features and technologies over the last decade or so will reveal – as I mentioned earlier – a lot of impressive improvements but rarely "new new" features. These improvements run the gamut of creating more powerful and smaller quartz movements, more durable cases, and features which assist with legibility. One of the more curious areas of R&D at Casio has been the deep focus on offering more and more high-function analog watches.
The aptly-named Detroit Watch Company aims to be another great Detroit-based brand as well. With the Pride of Detroit Aviator, they went to the history of the city. In 1927, two months after Charles Lindbergh's historic flight, Edward Schlee and Billy Brock attempted to circle the globe in 15 days, in a Stinson-Detroiter plane named "The Pride of Detroit." While they did not succeed in their goal (the flight was ended prematurely in Japan), the pair ended up setting other records.
The second iteration adds automatic winding to the base, as the self-winding mechanism fits into that larger open space you saw a bit further above, between the crown mechanism (keyless works) and the balance wheel. Given how popular a regular automatic is going to be, it makes sense that this small complication pops into its designated space, making it easy and relatively cheap to install.
The watch Alpina debuts its Swiss Horological Smartwatch line actually has two variations: one is a ladies' watch, the Alpina Reference AL-285BTD3C6B, which is a 39mm wide stainless steel watch, with 100 meters of water resistance (double that of the Frédérique Constant). The Alpina features the same AL-285 quartz movement and the same functionality, indicating that the technology can be fitted into a relatively small, 39mm case – which is very impressive. This Alpina model is available with a few different versions, depending on the diamond setting of the dial – we have seen versions that were more masculine with no diamonds, as well as one with diamond-set indices and bezel.
Most rectangular-cased watches simply aren't going to look as large on the wrist as most round-shaped cases (unless they are really big). At 34.3mm wide by 44mm tall (and 9.5mm thick) the Cartier Tank MC does not come across as a large watch on paper. Nevertheless, it wears comfortably as a dress watch, with a lot of classic Cartier character. Unlike some other Tank watches, these Cartier Tank MC models have brushed sections above the strap between the lugs and richly polished (and rather thick) side flanks. The Cartier Tank MC is perhaps larger than many Tank watches, but it still isn't huge or anything.
Artur Akmaev’s timepieces will run you around 00, however, since these are custom, one-of-a-kind pieces, prices will vary depending on complexity and desired amount of detail. This includes a Swiss ETA movement with plating, steel case, sapphire crystal, leather strap, and of course hand engraving work by Artur Akmaev. For those with inquiries or interest in a custom piece of their own, feel free to contact him directly via his email.
Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital II Chronograph Watch Review
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Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital II Chronograph Watch Review
While the dial is busy, it is legible enough to wear on a daily basis. Seiko is a bit shy about the length of the hands, but it isn't too much to complain about. The recessed inner section of the dial is handsome, and the overall design of the Seiko Premier Kinetic Direct Drive Moonphase dial is well done - though I recommend you look around at the various versions Seiko has produced over the years to find the perfect one for you, if you are interested in one of these neat timepieces.
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The Heuer Globetrotter exhibition will run from September 15 to 30, 2017, and one of the 10 cities involved is Paris. The theme for the Paris exhibition is classic Heuers, and lucky Parisians will be able to see classic Heuer Carreras, Autavias, and Monacos, including the Heuer Monaco worn by Steve McQueen in the '70s film Le Mans.
With a good fit, the large dimensions of the Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital II Chronograph dissipated, and I was able to admire its overall design, functionality, and unique set of features. There is, of course, some flair as well, which I think is welcome in limited amounts on luxury sports watches. A good example is how Ball designed the chronograph pushers on the Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital II Chronograph. As you might know, Ball is known for being the most high-end brand to regularly feature Swiss made Tritium gas tubes as hour markers and in their hands. These gas tubes self-illuminate for darkness viewing. Ball decided to put a tube inside each of the chronograph pushers behind a small window. Why? Because it was cool to do so.
The hour, minute, and sub-dial hands are nicely bevelled and rhodium plated, while the chrono-seconds hand is covered with matching blue lacquer. The sub-dial hands in particular are pleasantly substantial and their proportions marry well with those of the hour and minute hands. By using a transparent disc to carry many of the apparently "floating" dial elements, Hublot have created an optical illusion you might find in a classic mystery watch.
It's really difficult to overstate the level of craftsmanship that goes into the creation of these dials. There is no hyperbole in the naming of this range – each one of these dials is a work of art.
The brand is also rolling out at least two limited edition versions of the Victorinox Swiss Army INOX for this year. These are certainly for collectors and niche audiences, but they are admittedly very cool. First is the Victorinox Swiss Army INOX "Remade In Switzerland" limited edition, which we will refer to as the Victorinox Swiss Army INOX "Remade." Using a base Victorinox Swiss Army INOX watch with a green dial, Victorinox Swiss Army uses leather from actual vintage Swiss army military bags that were produced between 1911 and 1970. The leather from these old soldier bags was cut up to make the strap as well as the case protector for the Victorinox Swiss Army INOX Remade In Switzerland limited edition set.
Winding the watch with F.P. Journe's distinctive "flat crown" is a pleasure, and the overall wearing comfort of this 40mm wide case is really outstanding. It feels so much like a welcome wrist companion sitting on the wrist with its slim 8.6mm thick case. F.P. Journe offers the Chronometre watch in either 18k red gold or platinum, with two dial styles for each, as well as a bracelet option (which is rather nice actually). While most people would agree the F.P. Journe Chronometre Souverain is a dress watch, I don't think that is what Mr. Journe has in mind. While I wouldn't call it a sporty timepiece, this is very much at timepiece that can be worn casually - assuming you do classy Euro-casual.
The Longines Heritage Diver 1967 has a 42mm-wide steel case with a bordeaux aluminum bezel which has not only a dive time scale, but also a 12-hour scale that allows for a fast and easy view of another timezone. To use a 12-hour bezel you simply rotate the bezel so that the hour differential (the number of hours between the timezone currently showing on your watch and the timezone you wish to track) is at 12 o'clock. You can now read the 2nd timezone hour using the bezel scale.
When I first started writing about watches back in 2007, it was the high-point of what I'll call the "independent watch renaissance" - a time when luxury consumer enthusiasm and willingness to try new things prompted an unprecedented explosion of investment into small high-end watch brands. That period didn't last very long, however, because when the economy sank, so did consumer spending on new, untested brands. MCT originally began in 2009, but later changed ownership. Later, under new ownership and with stable funding, MCT continued its life by releasing the Sequential One S110 watch. A year later, the MCT Sequential Two S200 watch (hands-on here) was released. For 2015, the Frequential One adds a new element to the promising brand.