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Victor Marks: At the time in my life when I had the money to purchase such a thing, I wasn't interested in watches. I would have had a hard time justifying spending that amount of money on any watch, which I suppose says that just because you may have the available funds doesn't mean you can afford a thing, necessarily.
Some big news for little watchmakers: it has been announced that Vacheron Constantin, the world's oldest continuously operating watchmaking brand, will be sharing their wisdom with the next generation of horological heroes. On Saturday, April 25th, 2015, Vacheron Constantin will be holding a children's workshop at their New York boutique as part of Madison Avenue Watch Week. Young visitors will be encouraged to tap into 260 years of experience, have their questions answered and maybe even have their hearts set on the path towards a career in the industry.
Manuel Emch, who runs Romain Jerome, has a sharp sense of humor and refined eye for art. His personal tastes are, of course, for items produced in or inspired by the 1970s and 1980s. He decided to produce the Romain Jerome Spacecraft because I think it is a watch he wanted the brand to make. It is a functional piece of art through-and-through, and like most art, it is best when not everyone agrees that they like how it makes them feel. I was recently wearing a Romain Jerome watch (not a Spacecraft) around a group of watch collectors who seemed to be mostly experienced with more traditionally-designed timepieces. The fact that I had a Romain Jerome on my wrist both confused and intrigued them. "Why would Ariel Adams wear a Romain Jerome, of all things?"
Starting and stopping activities is a couple clicks away. Once started, each activity comes preloaded with a series of customizable data pages that constantly, in real time, feed the data nerd like myself. Of course, this assumes you have already paired the Garmin Fenix 2 with the Garmin ANT+ HRM Run heart rate strap (for running, hiking) and with the bicycle cadence or power meter ANT+ sensors. All these are an extra or add-ons, except for the power meters, which tend to be in the 00+ mark. Yup, being a data junky is expensive.
The gold Apple Watch is not the only bling piece we have in our round-up this time. How about the outrageous million Jacob & Co. Billionaire watch? Or if that’s too rich for your taste, MB&F has two more appropriately priced pieces in the Melchior Robot Clock and the LM101 Frost.
On the right hand side of the Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 6 dial, a karussel is exposed at the 1 o'clock position: this, quite obviously, is a device that rotates on a single-axis, making a full rotation in 30-seconds – visibly faster than your average one-minute tourbillon. The really interesting part is that the second time display – with the blue indices and skeletonized hands, situated under the karussel – is at first what it seems: a second time display that is linked to the karussel, and hence, through the crown in the right hand side of the case, can be set separately from the other indication.
Meeting Halverson at his private, appointment-only retail and workshop space in Los Angeles, we sat down to talk watches, art, and brand building. Halvorson, like many of his contemporaries, is both a craftsman and an artist - who himself is a walking manifestation of his aesthetic, decorated with carefully curated clothing and tattoos. MadeWorn is really the dream project he wanted to do since the start, and was able to do after the sale of his successful business Junkfood Clothing in 2005. Today Halvorson collects stuff, build clothing and accessories, and hangs out in what I can easily describe is one of the most interesting retail spaces in all of Los Angeles.
Where the original Oris 1965 diver (seen below, right) used a brass case with a plexi crystal and a bi-directional bezel, the Oris Divers Sixty-Five offers a similar look but with a 40mm stainless steel case, a beautifully double domed and anti-refelctive sapphire crystal, and a unidirectional aluminum dive bezel. The date has been moved from three to six o'clock but the black dial, box numerals for 12, 3, 6 and 9 and the lume color all carry over from the original. The lume for the new model is actually a version of SuperLuminova called "Light Old Radium" and it carries a slightly yellow-to-tan coloring a perfectly suits the aesthetic established by the 1965 model.
As an additional bid to tug at the heartstrings of collectors world-wide, the Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award Limited Edition is powered by Omega's calibre 1861 hand-wound chronograph movement, the same movement that powered the watches used for Apollo 13. The 1861 is a 3Hz cam-actuated chronograph with a 48-hour power reserve.
All three versions come on a solid 904L steel bracelet with a folding Oysterclasp and are priced from 5,400 CHF. In many ways, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual line is the most Rolex model in the modern Rolex line up. Just as there is something appealing in the pure and simple nature of vanilla ice cream, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual's design is basic, almost elemental. For someone who wants a remarkably well-made but entirely unassuming Rolex, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual offers something its more complicated and embellished siblings cannot - pure everyday Rolex. rolex.com
The space which the date wheel used to cover up has remained free in previous MegaWind versions – here, however, it serves a very cool and new purpose. You see, the stealthy looks of the Final Edition are in strong contrast with the extreme amounts of lume that have been painted on the indexes of the time-display cones, as well as on that extra space on the arch of the upper opening, left open after the removal of the date disc. To make the lume really stand out, MB&F used what they refer to as the "latest high-performance Super-LumiNova," called GL C3 Grade A.
2015 is also the 40th anniversary of the iconic Bulgari Bulgari collection which originated as a design by Gerald Genta. The collection is referred to as such because of the double use of the Bulgari name on the bezel. This Bulgari Bulgari model is in steel and 41mm wide with a slight curve to the case which adds to its extreme comfort on the wrist. The steel case goes very nicely with the blue dial color. The Bulgari Bulgari in blue comes on either the matching steel bracelet or a blue alligator strap.
Compared to other leather NATO straps I have experienced, the Da Luca Straps option was about on par with what I've experienced. That is, aside from the paper-thin leather NATOs you can find everywhere. This is precisely the opposite of that - it's a hefty thickness along the length of the 290mm strap that means this is one that will be there for the long haul.
Lastly, there is the white-dialed, beige-strapped Junghans Max Bill automatic. Using a self-winding calibre j800.1, the 38mm case is a very elegant size. None of these watches stand tall on the wrist, but they posses enough breadth to be masculine while biding their time beneath the cuff of a dress shirt. A nice touch that really highlights Bill's attention to detail can be seen in the closeness of the strap edge to the case. The way the case middle falls away from the bezel lip creates enough space to wedge a slim strap between unusually stout lugs given the case width. The result is a watch that wears a lot smaller than it looks, leading to gains in comfort and cool points.
So the real questions are: what exactly is Jean-Claude Biver doing to TAG Heuer, how will brand loyalists feel about it, and what of his experience and success at Hublot can we anticipate will be replicated (in one way or another) at TAG Heuer?