Archive for October, 2010

Cartier CPCP book

Cartier CPCP book

Cartier specialist GEO (troisanneaux.com) has just published a beautiful book about Cartier’s CPCP (Collection Privée Cartier Paris) collection. The book contains many pictures which GEO made from his own Cartier watch collection and during the last few years when he visited Cartier exhibitions around the world. Cartier has ended the CPCP collection after 10...
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Panerai Luminor Rattrapante

Panerai Luminor Rattrapante

The Watch Observer has tested the new and highly exclusive Panerai Luminor Rattrapante PAM 357. Have a look at the interesting review and exclusive pictures at www.thewatchobserver.co.uk
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iPhone watch apps, are they any good?

Almost every self respecting watch brand meanwhile has an iPhone watch app. Jaeger-LeCoultre, Omega, Breitling, Lange & Söhne, Bell & Ross and, since today, Hublot. What do you think are they any good? I find myself looking at them for one or two times and removing them after I mentioned that I didn’t look...
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Just arrived!

Just arrived!

The postman always rings twice; look what he just brought in: A Breitling Navitimer 806 made in 1959, and almost in like new condition. This is a very rare find and I’m very happy!
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Omega Speedmaster Professional, From the Moon to Mars

Omega Speedmaster Professional, From the Moon to Mars

In very good condition, sold new in 2007. Complete with inner- outer box and certificate. € 1.850,= plus S&I. Watch is in The Netherlands. Watch is now sold.
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Rolex Datejust 16233, 1995

Rolex Datejust 16233, 1995

The steel/gold Datejust is such a perfect eighties/nineties wannabe gangsta watch. I just feel like that sometimes ;-)
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Interesting video about time

Robert-Jan of fratellowatches.com found this interesting video from Wubbo Ockels, a Dutch astronaut, on our experience of time.
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