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Eye Candy: Jaquet Droz Éclipse Onyx. The Perfect Watch for the Solar Eclipse 2017.

Without a doubt, the perfect watch for a day like today as we are just a few hours away from the beginning of the total solar eclipse 2017 is the Jaquet Droz Éclipse Onyx. Fitted with a 43mm stainless steel case and an onyx dial that includes a complete calendar with a moon and eight stars on relief, this watch features a retrograde moon that is eclipsed with an independent rotating cover as the phases advance and a serpentine hand marks the date around the circumference of the dial.

Insider: Richard Mille RM 028 Brown PVD Titanium. A Massive Diving Watch That is Great Looking But Not for Everyone.

The first diving watch for Richard Mille was the RM 028 Diver released in 2010 with several renditions that followed. In 2012, the most striking and colorful Richard Mille Diver RM 028 was released in a non-limited run —but knowing how Richard Mille works, maybe no more than 100 pieces or so were made— and featuring a brown PVD titanium case with orange and blue accents on the bezel and secured by a bright orange rubber strap.

Insider: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ref. 15400ST Grey Ruthenium Toned Dial. Hands-on with the Latest 41 mm Royal Oak.

The new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ref. 15400ST.OO.1220ST.04 is the latest 41 mm Royal Oak released earlier this year with a fantastic grey ruthenium toned dial. This reference is a clear result of the continuous evolution of the Royal Oak and the manufacture's constant forward thinking. Since its launch in 1972, the Royal Oak has gone through several design modifications and the ref. 15400 with this new grey dial is simply perfect. With this new dial, the Royal Oak ref. 15400ST is now available in four different dial variants that include blue, silvered white, black and this new one.

Eye Candy: A. Lange & Söhne Calibre L101.1. A Real Treat to the Eyes and Just Mesmerizing.

The A. Lange & Söhne calibre L101.1 is the beating heart inside the fascinating A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar. Since we took a good amount of macro shots of this beautiful calibre during our review of the watch a while back, we decided to dedicate a full post to these amazing images.

Insider: Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Réserve de Marche. Hands-on with an Elegant, Classic and Timeless Timepiece.

This post is dedicated to all watchlifestylers that like classic brands and timepieces that are elegant and timeless. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Réserve de Marche ref. 1378420 is a watch that you can wear in any setting and that is perfectly suited for the most demanding occasions. This watch, with its power-reserve register and pointer-type date display, is as elegant as it gets and a classic timepiece that you won't have a problem wearing with jeans or a bespoke suit.

Insider: Glashütte Original Senator Panorama Date. Elegance and Superb Craftsmanship Straight from the Birthplace of German Watchmaking.

The Glashütte Original Senator Panorama Date ref. 100-03-32-42-04 was one of the novelty timepieces presented at Baselworld 2013. This watch is a quintessential example of the superb craftsmanship of this manufacture straight from Saxony, the birthplace of German watchmaking. The Senator Panorama Date is available in stainless steel or rose gold and is part of the extensive Glashütte Original Senator line-up.

Insider: A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar. Grande Complication Prize and Public Prize at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève.

The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar was presented at the SIHH 2013 and was awarded two prizes at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève the same year —not only it received the Grande Complication Prize but also the Public Prize. This fascinating timepiece available in Platinum or Pink Gold —like the one we are reviewing here— is not only amazing from an horological standpoint but also extraordinary when it comes to its visual appeal and looks.

Experience: Vilebrequin Swimwear and Three Divers. The Perfect Summer Companion for those Divers.

Vilebrequin was launched in Saint-Tropez —the heart of the French Riviera— back in 1971. Daytime, outside. View of the port. Café Sénéquier, meeting place of the happy few on the French Riviera. In the background, the village is abuzz with the news of the imminent arrival of Brigitte Bardot with her admirers, to spend a night at one of the legendary Saint-Tropez nightclubs. Music and champagne, non-stop! The stars have their own country here, governed by the laws of pleasure, carefree living and legend.

Rare Bird: Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Sun Moon 8-Days. A Fascinating Discontinued Reverso.

Every once in a while we run into rare birds and this time is the turn for this Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso. Sometimes we wonder why certain timepieces like this fascinating JLC Grande Reverso Sun Moon 8-Days in rose gold get discontinued.

Watch Shopping Guide: Zurich. All That You Dreamed of and More.

Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland approximately 25 miles from the German border. Zurich is a very cosmopolitan, affluent city considered one of the top financial centers of the world —home to several global financial companies and banks including UBS and Credit Suisse— and a perfect destination for watch shopping. 

Insider: Panerai Radiomir Black Seal 3 Days Automatic PAM 388. An Upgraded PAM 183 with Date and Automatic Movement.

In the 1930s, the men in the Italian Royal Navy's Gamma Group, carried out their maneuvers astride human torpedoes a.k.a. "pigs" or indeed "black seals". The first modern Panerai Radiomir watch honoring ref. 3646 from the late 1930s was launched in 2004 with a 45mm —the original Radiomir watches had a case measuring 47mm in diameter— stainless steel cushion-shaped case with detachable wire lugs, display case back, black matte sandwich dial with superluminova, onion-shaped crown, gold calf strap with beige contrast stitching, large pin buckle and the OP XI hand-wound movement —based off of the ETA 6497/2 but with a swan neck regulator. This Panerai, was released under the 'Radiomir Black Seal' name and usually referred to by Paneristi as the PAM 183. Today, the PAM 183 includes the 'Black Seal' writing at 12 o'clock under the word 'Radiomir' instead of at 6 o'clock as it did when it was launched in 2004.

Insider: IWC Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium ref. IW376503. Just the Right Amount of Blue.

The Ingenieur Double Chronograph —Doppelchronograph in German— in titanium is a state-of-the-art timepiece. With a very rugged sporty look, but a very comfortable lightweight titanium case, this 45mm watch offers the perfect balance between functionality and design. The watch on review, has now been replaced by the newly launched ref. IW386503 fitted with the new calibre 79420, a redesigned rubber strap and a black calendar wheel.

The rattrapante or split-seconds function in the Double Chronograph allows the user to record multiple time elapsed events. The word 'rattrapante' describes the split-seconds mechanism on a chronograph, which catches up with the primary chronograph hand. A watch featuring a double chronograph, always comes with two chrono seconds hands set at the center pinion. One hand is superimposed over the other, and while one hand moves continuously, the other one can be either stopped, started or reset to zero as necessary.

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