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The History of Tudor Watches

The History of Tudor Watches

by Maddie Flowers
If you're slightly familiar with Tudor Watch, you know it's hardly a secret now that it is owned by Rolex. Established in 1946 by Rolex Founder, Hans Wilsdorf, Tudor Watch became a brand that was not common in the luxury watch world at…
How to Layer Your Watch for Fall

How to Layer Your Watch for Fall

by Maddie Flowers
Fall is the season to stack up on the arm candy! With long sleeves and sweaters making a presence in your wardrobe, now is the time to accessorize and have fun with your watches and jewelry.   The Eclectic Look Be creative while…
A. Lange & Söhne Minute Repeater in Deep-Blue

A. Lange & Söhne Minute Repeater in Deep-Blue

by Maddie Flowers
If you know A. Lange & Söhne, you are probably familiar with the brands most iconic timepiece, the Zeitwerk. In 2015, the brand released the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater, which created quite the excitement in the watch community du…
Breitling Watches: Our Top Picks

Breitling Watches: Our Top Picks

by Maddie Flowers
For over a century, Breitling has been innovating and has become a leader in the watch industry for its technological advances. The brand is know for its spirit of innovation and precision amongst aviation, military, scientific, athlet…
Why Green is the New Blue (Dial)

Why Green is the New Blue (Dial)

by Maddie Flowers
The king is dead, long live the king! So maybe it isn't quite that serious, but for many years blue has been the king of luxury watch dials. Black, pearl, gold, and silver all had their moment with specific brands or style, but there is…
The IWC Upgrade You've Been Waiting For

The IWC Upgrade You've Been Waiting For

by Maddie Flowers
The IWC Portugieser was originally designed to help to Portuguese merchants have the accuracy of a desk clock in a wearable wristwatch designed for sailing. By implanting a pocket-watch movement in a distinctive large case with a focus…
This is the Most Essential Part in a Timepiece

This is the Most Essential Part in a Timepiece

by Maddie Flowers
If your first guess was the face and hands, it's time to look a little deeper into your watch. Of course, the look and function are important, but the most essential part of your timepiece is...the mainspring. This under-appreciated l…