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Jorg Weppelink
07.12.2017

Over the last couple of years, there have been many discussions about the rise of smartwatches and the effect they would have on the classic watch industry. Discussion topics range from smartwatches replacing the mechanical watch to them creating new potential classic watch buyers by introducing them to the topic of wristwatches and later converting them to the luxury market. There is no scenario that has not been discussed by both journalists and watch aficionados alike.

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Oliver Siegle
05.12.2017

The current market value on Chrono24 is significantly higher than the official list price.

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Balazs Ferenczi
24.11.2017

There are watch events across the world throughout each year, but there is hardly any like Dubai Watch Week. Luckily, we were there to give you a firsthand report on the show.

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Jonathan Arnold
20.11.2017

Before you start repeatedly yelling ‘no’ at your screen and face palming, take a deep breath and ask yourself, is Rolex really still better than Tudor? Ten years ago, the answer would have been a fairly obvious and emphatic, yes! These days, however, things aren’t quite so clear cut.

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Oliver Siegle
08.11.2017

Charity and luxury watches don’t go together very often and they never do in such a spectacular way than at the famous Only Watch auction. The auction takes place this Saturday 11th November 2017, 2:30 PM (MEZ) in Geneva.

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Oliver Siegle
07.11.2017

Many imagine the production of a fine timepiece involving an old watchmaker sitting bent low over his workbench with a magnifying glass in his eye, intently concentrated on constructing a mechanical movement piece by piece. For a handful of small, independent manufacturers, the scene above strikes a bit closer to home. Moritz Grossmann from Glashütte, Germany is one such exclusive watchmaker.

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Jonathan Arnold
02.11.2017

For watch lovers, this is a feeling we know all too well: A new model comes out and we like it, but we’re not sure if we love it. Sometimes we need a bit of time to warm up to things and get comfortable with the changes or bold (or often, not so bold) design tweaks. Then, no sooner do we decide we like the watch in question, and we discover the limited series is sold out or the model is no longer in production, having been replaced by something else, which in turn makes us want the original watch even more.

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Jorg Weppelink
13.10.2017

The market for vintage watches is as hot as ever, and so is the demand for re-issues or heritage inspired pieces. But can a new watch that pays homage to a true classic create the same emotional value as the original?

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Robert-Jan Broer
31.08.2017

If you are keen on buying “sleeper” watches, or those pieces that will become more sought after and thus more valuable over time, you’ll need to do your homework. A model’s history, movement types (think Ebel with the El Primero movement), the collector’s scene, and the current market can all influence prices significantly. Also, there is no guarantee that the watch you choose will become collectible in the future.

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Oliver Siegle
25.08.2017

In this article, we’d like to introduce you to a selection of our favorite watch blogs and online magazines. Each publication has its own style and strengths, but all of them are great sources to read about the best mechanical watches in the world and the craftsmanship behind them.

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