Well, it’s been a long time coming, 4 months in fact but our good friends over at Watch-Anish.com have finally gone through the hours and hours of footage they shot earlier this year at Baselworld 2013 and put together this epic video. Full disclosure, my wrist appears a number of times in the video and so I am probably a little biased but in my opinion this is the best video I have seen of what it is actually like to experience the madness of Baselworld. Not to mention the fact that you will get to see a whole host of incredible timepieces in action!
Earlier this year Arnold & Son officially unveiled their new HM Perpetual Moon timepiece at the Baselworld luxury watch and jewelry fair.
A few years ago Harry Winston’s talented watchmakers, engineers and designers set to work on creating a series of timepieces that would celebrate the world of haute horology, in particular the tourbillon. Their idea was to develop the Histoire de Tourbillon collection, releasing one breathtaking new timepiece a year that would showcase the brand’s skill and creativity and create something that high-end aficionados would be proud to have in their collection. This year saw the unveiling of the fourth iteration, the aptly named Histoire de Tourbillon 4.
It’s supposedly summer here in the UK but things seem just as dreary and grey as ever. Fortunately though I have something that is going to brighten up your day, and your wrist! It’s the new Steampunk Chrono Colors collection from Romain Jerome, introduced by the brand earlier this year at Baselworld. Offering a choice of five bright colors each watch is also available with a matching set of Titanic inspired propeller cufflinks.
At Baselworld earlier this year URWERK unveiled what I can only describe as the most aggressive looking UR-110 to date, the striking UR-110PTH. Characterised by the bold use of red across the futuristic dial, this new watch is the very definition of eye-catching. Scratch a little deeper though and you will quickly discover there is more than just a new color scheme on display here.