On Wednesday night, August 24th, we gathered a group of watch lovers at Establishment in Midtown Atlanta to talk watches (of course), enjoy some fine drinks and hors d'ouevres, and observe one of our watchmakers at work. It was a fantastic inaugural Atlanta CaliberHour, and
First introduced by the House of Cartier in the early 1980s, the Panthère watch quickly became one of the company’s signature timepieces for both men and women. In fact, the Cartier Panthère was a favorite among celebrities like Pierce Brosnan and Tina Turner. The Panthère
On Wednesday, August 17th, we had the privilege of spending an evening with a bunch of watch lovers (co-hosted by the distinguished gents from aBlogtoWatch). The event, held at the exclusive Wingtip Club in the heart of San Francisco's Financial District, was a celebration of all
Though it’s still a relatively young brand, Hublot has established a formidable reputation in luxury watchmaking by introducing a series of classic pieces that are boldly innovative in both design and materials.
The brand was founded in 1980 by Carlo Crocco, formerly of the Italian Binda
Though it’s been an integral part of Rolex’s collection since the early 20th century, the Cellini remains a little-known gem. This quintessential dress watch, designed by a brand best known for its sporty and ‘tool’ watches, is often ignored even by enthusiasts. But with its
Founded in 1847 by French jeweler Louis-Francois Cartier, the House of Cartier produces classic luxury watches for men and women. Beginning in the 19th century with high jewelry brooch and pocket timepieces, Cartier eventually moved onto wristwatches with the famed Santos pilot’s watch made especially
Every two years, more than 400 tons of equipment is transported from OMEGA’s Swiss headquarters to the grounds of the Olympic Games.
OMEGA has a long history with the Olympics. Dating back to the Games of the 10th Olympiad in Los Angeles in 1932, OMEGA
Ask three different watch collectors who produced the world’s first automatic chronograph and you’ll receive three different answers.
Some will insist it was Zenith, who announced their El Primero movement in January of 1969 -- the first automatic chronograph announced to the public. Others will claim
Athletes from all corners of the globe compete to win medals, break records, and ultimately make their country proud. And for the 27th time in the history of the Olympics, OMEGA was on hand as the Official Timekeeper to track every momentous microsecond.
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The gripping story of the Apollo 13 mission is not just a historic moment in American space exploration. It’s also an abiding testament to man’s endurance, ingenuity, and courage.
On April 13th, 1970, astronauts James Lovell, John Swigert, and Fred Haise were preparing for a landing