May 2012

Raymond Weil – Nabucco Cuore Vivo  Press Release by Raymond Weil Raymond Weil have issued a further part of their composition in the Nabucco Cuore Vivo, and just by look alone I had to publish this press release  I really like the look of this timepiece, now on working to try and get hold of one […]

Breitling Colt 33 – Closer look at Ladies Divers Watch. Written by D Constant for The Watch Review Site We have another Ladies Diver Watch, we are looking at to review, this time it’s the turn of the Breitling Colt 33, This watch was first introduced by Breitling about a year ago and this Colt […]

GIRARD-PERREGAUX VINTAGE 1945 TOURBILLON WITH THREE GOLD BRIDGES   Before we get to the press release, I just wanted to express my humble view on this exquisite Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 Tourbillon, This is a Ladies Watch with Three Gold Bridges and was the favourite of a couple of the Girard Perregaux Young watchmakers in our […]

Limited Edition Red – Breitling Superocean Chronograph II By D Constant for The Watch Review Site So the Breitling Superocean Chrono II see’s REDDDDDDDD Well what are your initial thoughts from the photo, quick glance first please So Breitling have opted to introduce a limited edition Superocean Chronograph II to the market, or should I […]

JeanRichard’s Aquascope Lady “Night” Gives a Feminine Twist to the Dive Watch   I know we have covered the JeanRichard Aquascope before here at The Watch Review Site, but we stumbled across this piece written by the lovely and very knowledgeable Meehna Goldsmith of (one of our contributors) and had to share it with you all, […]

Guy Ellia Jumbo Chrono – Big Boys, Big Toy’s  – Written by Martin Green –  Say “ Big Watch” and most people instantly think about Panerai or IWC’s Big Pilot. Perhaps with a few their thoughts will go to their favorite Breitling or Omega on steroids. This can hardly be helped since these are the […]

Roy Hodgson ( England Manager) Gets a Hublot. Press Release by Hublot 18th May 2012 Roy Hodgson, Manager of the England national football team, discovers its new Hublot “Euro 2012™ Limited Series” presented by Rick Delacroix, President Hublot South America in London that day. Heres some phots of the presentation.   So our good old […]

Jaquet Droz  Revisits a Classic with Grande Seconde Ivory Fue Enamel and Red Gold  Jaquet Droz watch reviews Written by D Constant for The Watch Review Site So lets take a look at the Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde – this one is the Off Centered Ivory Enamel Watch. The easiest way to show you what Jaquet droz are […]

Rousseau Exhibit at the Patek Philippe Museum   Written by Meehna Goldsmith    Perhaps one of the greatest thinkers of the 18th century was Jean-Jacques Rousseau, a native of Geneva. He fought for Democracy and freedom as well as personal responsibility and education. His politics and writings impacted the French Revolution and set the path […]

A matter of taste; a unique Rolex Day-Date Written by Martin Green  If you have ever read the amazing stories of the “One thousand and one nights”, you are probably also familiar with Ali Baba and how he found a hidden treasure cave. Well, when you lay eyes on this unique Rolex Day-Date you will […]


11 May 2012

The MB&F HM3 Frog Goes to the Moon with Sarpaneva &nspb, Written By Meehna Goldsmith &nspb, We all know the crazy groundbreaking designs of MB&F, like the Legacy Machine 1,  HM4 Thunderbolt, the HM3 Rebel Yell and the HM3 Purple Frog. Every so often MB&F brings in another artiste to interpret one of the Machines. […]

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Hublot Skullbang

10 May 2012

The Skull Bang is a rock’n’roll rebel!   The Watch Review site presents The Hublot Skullbang is it Dead cool? It’s a rock’n’roll rebel watch! With its playful and slightly tongue-in-cheek air, this impudent piece rebelliously thumbs its nose at anyone who takes themselves too seriously. A totally “kick-ass” watch, it wouldn’t look out of […]

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Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine Ref 81180

9 May 2012

Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine reference 81180 – Do we need more?   Written by Martin Green Sometimes high end watch making seems like an endless challenge of making watches as complicated as possible. Especially in the last decade we’ve run out of complications to combine, since everything has already been tried. So we come up […]

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Girard-Perregaux New Face of Tradition – No.7 & No.8

1 May 2012

Girard-Perregaux – Young watchmaker No.7 – Frederic Kuzniak and No.8 – Lauriane Cassard   The last in the series of young watchmakers from Girard-Perregaux’s The New Face of Tradition on The Watch Review Site, so far we have highlighted six of these young watchmakers, many having differing tastes, lifestyles and pasts. Today we finish off with the final […]

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Patek Philippe Neptune – Another Patek Star

1 May 2012

Not Chicken, Not Beef, it’s a Patek Philippe Neptune   Written By: Meehna Goldsmith   We told you about the Calatrava ref. 96 that started it all; the new splits second chronograph ref. 5204; and the rare perpetual calendar ref. 2499–well known and desired pieces. But Patek Philippe has other models on the menu you […]

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Watch Photography – Mike Mellia

1 May 2012

Mike Mellia – The Latest Watch Photographer in Town As we all know Photography is big news at the moment, and in horology circles Watch Photography is becoming more and more important, Photographers are all turning their hand to it, but only a few have the eye and inginuaty to get it right. In  Mike […]

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