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Steve Huyton looks at the RJ Romain Jerome Moon Orbiter
RJ Romain Jerome symbolises everything that is exciting about the watch industry at present. In the scheme of things they are a fairly young brand who have achieved staggering results within a short period of time. The company was founded only nine years ago in 2004. In 2006 they launched their...
 
Arnold & Son UTTE–The Quest for Thin
In the watch world, there's a quest for records. For example, Franck Muller vied for the most complicated watch with Jaeger Le-Coultre in 2010. The Muller Aeternitasbeat out the JLC Hybris Mecanica by a hair. Here's how crazy competitive it is. When Franck Muller got wind that the Hybris...
 
The Ulysse Nardin Black Sea Watch by Steve Huyton
Its numerous contemporaries regard Ulysse Nardin to be a company of exceptional taste. Established 166 years ago by its namesake the brand has been presented with over 4,300 awards in watchmaking, 18 of them gold medals. Originally this pioneering horologist began his career producing marine...
 
Jewelry and Fine Watchmaking Unite in the Chopard Happy Sport Diamantissimo
BY ANGUS DAVIES It is that time of year, when the most beautiful, glamorous and wealthy congregate on the Côtes d'Azur—and Chopard is right there with them as sponsors of the Festival de Cannes. Oscar Wilde once remarked, "Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it...
 
Steve Huyton explores the design aspects of the CVSTOS Challenge SEA-LINER
The name is derived from the Latin word "Guardian". Primarily the concept of the company is to fuse cutting edge designs with traditional watchmaking. The result is a range of exclusive & highly original timepieces. Fundamentally the Sea-Liner showcases these qualities without reservation....