"WATCH"

23Jan, 14

Openworked Extra-Thin Royal Oak Rose Gold Audemars Piquet

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Audemars Piguet presents their Royal Oak Openworked Thin watch in a cool rose gold color. the watch comes with an open worked dial to display the inside and the movement of the watch. The watch features a rotating inner date ring around the dial with a date aperture at 3 o’clock. The bracelet of the watch measure less than a centimeter in thickness, The watch is Expected to be available in limited numbers at select Audemars Piguet boutiques this year.

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11Dec, 13

Hublot Big Bang Zegg & Cerlatti 18k Gold Watch

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Hublot presents their Big Bang Zegg and Cerlatti watch in yellow gold. This masterpiece features an 18K gold case with a touch of matte black, and a matching yellow gold tone-on-tone calfskin strap. The design of the watch is made to  pay tribute to strong women with an elegant yet refined body that measures at 41mm in diameter. The watch feature 3 dials and another pretty cool feature is the numbers in the watch is 3D. Created exclusively for Zegg & Cerlati boutiques – Place du Casino, Monte Carlo, Ischgl, Austria and Samnaun, Switzerland the watch is limited to just 50 pieces only if your thinking about grabbing one of these for someone as a Christmas present i advise you hit up all your plugs now.

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06Jun, 13

Givenchy “Seventeen” Watch by Riccardo Tisci

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A big fan of high fashion, I’ve had my eyes on Givenchy’s massive success in it’s recent years. French luxury based brand Givenchy tries something new and presents it’s brand new first ever wrist watch. The “Seventeen”, was designed by the Creative Director over at Givenchy ,Riccardo Tisci. Referring to the designer’s lucky number, this bold beautiful large sized watch comes in several colorways. Made of stainless steel, the watches feature a scratch-proof sapphire glass, housing a Swiss made quartz movement. Take a look for yourself and let me know what you think. These watches will retail for $800.

08May, 13

Watch Collector Case

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If your a big watch collector and tired of leaving some of your expensive watches out laying around well this would be a pretty good investment for you to consider, here we have a few different watch cases starting with a 4 watch holder case to a 32 watch holding case its all on you and how much watches you collect these cases are going for 130$.  continue reading..

01May, 13

IWC Ingenieur Perpetual Calendar Watch

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This dope time piece from IWC is is designed to update the calendar daily and even leap years, IWC built in an extra reserve that siphons off power to take care of the calendar so your watch keeps the calendar accurate this watch is not only a dope looking time piece but it is also an expensive piece ranging at about 49,500

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23Nov, 12

Chopard L’Heure du Diamant Ladies’ Collection

Chopard L’Heure Du Diamant has released 3 exquisite time pieces for the ladies this holiday season, if you have the money for it and your looking for something that say fly flashy and im RICH then an 18 carat white gold watch from Chopard L’Huere Du Diamant is really something to get for yourself if your a lady or as for a male if your really trying to find a really beautiful gift for a lady friend and you can afford one of these then i say go for it via Luxatic

24Oct, 12

Le Corbusier Watch Collection

The Le Corbusier collection is a tribute to the Architect these three watches were designed by Girard-Perregaux each watch represent cities related to Le Corbusier. Le Chaux-de-Fonds , Paris, and Marseille. “La Chaux-de-Fonds” is the birthplace of Le Corbusier this watch is starting at 53,000$, 1917 Corbusier moved to Paris so Girad-Perregaux designed one of the watches to relate on Le Corbusier time of living in Paris starting at 21,300$. The Marseille features the same material Le Corbusier used in the construction of Cité Radieuse – concrete.