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A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Living Tradition Zoom on the 1815 Up/Down and Tourbograph Perpetual “Pour le mérite” models, which pay tribute to traditional pocket watches, like every watch from the 1815 collection.

Various traditional elements like the minuterie, blued steel hands, Arabic numerals, screwed gold-chatons or sunk dials are reminiscent of the timepieces’ rich heritage. SOURCE:
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A. Lange & Söhne Concorso d’Eleganza 2017 From 26 to 28 May, A. Lange & Söhne is staging its 6th appearance at the exclusive Concorso d’Eleganza for automotive works of art, ranging from the earliest years of motoring to the concept cars of tomorrow.

During the last weekend in May, the world’s most elegant classic vehicles will be able to be admired in the sprawling grounds of the Villa d’Este on Lake Como. Historic…
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Chronograph watches Categorising chronographs Measuring an interval of time seems like a simple idea. But the watch industry achieves it with many different approaches and variations on a particular type of complication: the chronograph.

The chronograph. It’s a linguistic convention to talk about this feature in the singular, but in fact the chronograph is plural in nature. There are around twenty different types, which…
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A. Lange & Söhne Tourbograph Perpetual “Pour le Mérite” The fifth timepiece in A. Lange & Söhne’s “Pour le Mérite” series combines the fusée-and-chain transmission with a tourbillon, a chronograph, a rattrapante func- tion and a perpetual calendar.

In October 1994, A. Lange & Söhne presented the first collection of the new era, including the Tourbillon “Pour le Mérite”, the first wristwatch with a tourbillon and a fusée-and-chain…
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Best-selling watches in the US The best-selling watches in the US Our journalist analyses the US watch market and tells us which watch models sell the best.

After last year’s gloom and doom, the horological mood was noticeably more upbeat at this year’s watch fairs, with some leading retailers reporting bright spots and a cautiously optimistic outlook…
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TAG Heuer Kei Nishikori and his TAG Heuer Professional Golf Watch A TAG Heuer ambassador since 2012, Kei Nishikori wears the Professional Gold Watch when he is on the tennis courts.

The 26-year-old Japanese tennis player is currently 6th in the ATP rankings.  He turned professional in 2007 and, at the age of 18, became the youngest player to reach the…
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Zenith Interview with Julien Tornare, CEO of Zenith Watches Taking the podium and fielding questions from journalists when your boss has just answered them all is no easy task. Julien Tornare dealt with it with aplomb.

Before Zenith’s new CEO had chance to get a word in at his official presentation, the irrepressible Jean-Claude Biver had already pre-empted most questions and as an extra bonus revealed…
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Anonimo Riding the ocean waves with SFS sailing What better way to launch the new Anonimo Nautilo SFS Sailing Edition watch than on the open sea aboard SFS II.

After industrial action in France turned what would normally be a relaxing high-speed train journey into a drive to Lyons airport to catch an aeroplane that was cancelled, leaving our…
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Blancpain Exclusive preview of Laurent Ballesta’s new documentary WorldTempus presents as an avant-première a new 26-minute film by Laurent Ballesta that previews his next major expedition – Gombessa IV.

For the Gombessa II expedition, Laurent Ballesta and his team travelled to the southern pass of Fakarava atoll in French Polynesia in order to study the feeding behavior of the Grey…
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