JEANRICHARD is the official timekeeper of the 2014 BNY Mellon Boat Race. On October 24, 2013, there was a reception held in London with the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Clubs accepted the new challenge acknowledging the start of 2014 season.
They agreed to face each other on the Thames on Sunday April 6, 2014 in a challenge laid down by the Cambridge University Boat Club President after they lost in 2013. Continue reading
Audemars Piguet announced the brand will participate at Art Basel Miami Beach from December 5th through 8th for the first time. Audemars Piguet first began their partnership with Art Basel while in Hong Kong in May of this year.
Commenting on the new artwork, Jasmine Audemars, Chairwoman of the Board of Directors said, “Audemars Piguet continues to pursue its commitment to innovation with a long-term partnership as global Associate Partner of Art Basel and we are delighted to be announcing our new artistic partnership with such an ambitious project. We hope the new work will provide an exciting and unusual talking point for visitors in Miami Beach. Kolkoz’s playful and ambitious work is a great way of bringing Audemars Piguet’s spirit of independence to Miami Beach and we look forward to developing further artistic partnerships in the future.” Continue reading
The Nomos Glashütte Lambda is named after the Greek letter lambda, which mathematically symbolizes intrinsic values. Nomos Glashütte is known mostly for its decades-old designs of classic, simple, and streamlined timepieces. These new additions- Lambda and its counterpart, Lux- continue to remain streamlined as well, but feature gold cases as well as a new movement inside of them. The domed sapphire crystal of the Lambda harkens back to vintage styles. Continue reading
We are fascinated by unique engineering, and for that reason, we wanted to highlight HYT’s H1 Azo Project. This collection is limited to just 25 pieces. HYT registered seven patents after creating groundbreaking technology with liquids and engineering to help innovate watchmaking. They have focused largely on fluid mechanics to create a hydraulic system that indicates time. Continue reading
We recently went on a dive trip to the Bahamas to do some shark photography and brought along the most unique and useful Swiss mechanical dive watch that we know of- it’s called the Oktopus II and it is made by a small, UK-based company named Linde Werdelin. The watch by itself is amazing and never left our side during our adventures, but what turns this watch into a true diving tool is its attachable Reef Instrument.
Linde Werdelin was built on the idea of bringing together the analogue mechanical timepiece and digitalized technical details. So, there is a case design that allows for the connection of a digital module that furthers the usefulness of the timepiece. This marriage of a classic timepiece with digital advancement includes the yellow Oktopus II Titanium that we tested with the Reef Instrument. Continue reading