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  1. Despite its lack of heft, the 66-pound Döettling Colosimo ( www.doettling.com ) should not be taken lightly. The German safe-building company bills this 11-inch cube, named ironically for the early-...
  2. Jean Dunand’s latest GMT tourbillon chronograph, the expansive $460,000 Jean Dunand Palace ( www.jeandunand.com ), is a mechanical tour de force with a design that abounds with references to Paris...
  3. Apparently it is not enough that Richard Mille watches look different from other watches on the market. Richard Mille owners want their watches to look different from other Richard Milles. The new RM...
  4. Despite its ongoing predilection for big, beefy Royal Oaks, Audemars Piguet’s legacy in ultrathin watches dates back to 1967, when the brand introduced its automatic Calibre 2120, one of the world’s...
  5. Matthew Norman’s L’Audacieuse table clock ($14,990) embodies the company’s evolution from a reproducer of traditional carriage and officers’ clocks to a manufacturer of resolutely modern timepieces...
  6. Echoing the increasing influence of automotive design in fine timepieces, Buben & Zorweg’s Phantom Time Mover watch winder ($6,340) channels the spirit of a sporty roadster. The aluminum case is...
  7. Unlike other perpetual calendar watches, Ulysse Nardin models do not present a problem for long-distance travelers. The company’s GMT perpetual calendar is the only movement of its kind that can be...
  8. This holiday season, Panerai was inspired by the spirit of watches past to come up with the special-edition PAM 029 Luminor GMT ($7,400). Like the original model from 1998, this reintroduction is...
  9. It is a long-standing tradition in the watch industry for established companies to grouse about the encroachments of newer brands, particularly when those brands come from outside the insular Swiss...
  10. The $260,000 Tirion Répétition Minutes TriRetrograde ( www.milus.com ) introduces the watchmaker’s first-ever minute repeater—which chimes hours, quarter hours, and minutes—along with Milus’...

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