Mido Multifort II

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Swiss watchmaker Mido was started by Georges Schaeren, an experienced lifelong horologist, in 1918. Named from Spanish for “I measure” (yo mido), the watch brand has focused on technological and aesthetic innovation for nearly 100 years now. New from the company comes this Multifort II timepiece featuring Swiss automatic movement, a 42mm stainless steel case coated in black PVD, and an AR-coated sapphire crystal. Water-resistant up to 100 meters, this … Read More →

Victorinox Swiss Army Original Watch

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Professional Watches gives us a quick look into the new Victorinox Swiss Army Original timepiece, which was introduced at Baselworld 2011. Priced at $325 USD, the watch’s 40mm case is constructed with nylon fiber and features an aluminum bezel for ensured affordability. Other key details include Swiss quartz movement, a screw-in case back, luminescent hands, water-resistance to 100 meters and a matching NATO strap available in navy grey, commando black, … Read More →

The New Apple MacBook Air

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Today Apple announces the update of its MacBook Air, featuring next generation processors, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology, a backlit keyboard and Mac OS X Lion – the world’s most advanced operating system. With up to twice the performance of the previous generation, flash storage for instant-on responsiveness, and a compact design so portable you can take it everywhere, the MacBook Air starts at $999 USD and is available online and … Read More →

Chanel J12 “ONLY WATCH” Marine Diver

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New from famous French fashion house Chanel comes a one-of-a-kind version of their J12 Marine watch updated in an elegant black colorway for the ONLY WATCH charity auction. Taking design cues from a slew of legendary horological inspirations, the watch is a fully functional diver, equipped with Swiss automatic movement and capable of delving up to 300 meters before succumbing to the pressure of the deep. The true beauty of … Read More →

Vector-Drawing CNC Machine Video

MWM Graphics, aarn and Paper Fortress Films have teamed up to create this tantalizing video of one of their latest creations in the realm of robotics: a 3-axis CNC machine that follows a pre-programed tool path in order to perfectly mimic human hand pressure, creating intricate and geometrically sound vector drawings as a result of mere programming. Crazy fresh – definitely worth checking out! . Numerically Controlled from Paper Fortress … Read More →

Carhartt x PowerShovel Blackbird Fly Camera

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For Fall/Winter 2011, Carhartt releases the “Blackbird Fly” camera in collaboration with Japanese company PowerShovel. PowerShovel was founded for one reason only: a sheer passion for analogue photography. For Carhartt, they are now producing one of their most beautiful models – the Blackbird Fly – in a distinctively Carhartt design. The Blackbird Fly is modeled after the classic twin-lens medium format Rolleiflex camera, a double-barrel 35mm film camera used by … Read More →

Nigel Sylvester x Casio G-Shock GD-100NS-7

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Following their announcement of pro BMX street rider Nigel Sylvester joining Casio as an official G-Shock team rider, G-Shock unveils Nigel Sylvester’s signature timepiece: the GD100NS-7. This collaborative watch infuses Nigel’s street style with G-Shock’s toughness to compliment and withstand his riding needs. The stark white band and contrasting black face features the BMX pro’s signature emblazoned in red. Keeping true to Nigel’s need for a tough and durable watch … Read More →

Tourneau TNY Collection

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New York retailer Tourneau is famous for having the widest selection of luxury watch brands around. From Rolex to Omega, Cartier to Audemars and more, it’s one of the most respected horological storefronts around. So, since the time came to release watches under its own brand (in the early 1900s nonetheless), it’s not surprising that Tourneau has been hitting consecutive home runs. Sleek, elegant and nicely understated, their latest Swiss-made … Read More →

Nooka 360

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Although incredibly popular and sold across the globe, Nooka is not exactly known for creating supremely wearable timepieces. Most of their products are eccentric, neon-colored or crafted out of nontraditional materials highlighted by strange and new time-telling methods. Their newest watch, the “360,” breaks that trend while still maintaining a bit of the brand’s trademark quirkiness. Featuring a subdued analog display, premium Italian leather wristband and casing available in either … Read More →

Piaget x Only Watch Altiplano Skeleton

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The Only Watch auction is about as luxurious as a charity event can get, hosted every two years concurrently with the Monaco Yacht Show under the patronage of Prince Albert II in order to support research on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. A four-year collaborator, venerable Swiss watchmaker Piaget has created a one-of-a-kind Altiplano Skeleton timepiece for the auction. Outfitted with an 18-karat white gold case that has undergone a sophisticated matte … Read More →