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Sixth World Record in Six Years

Sep 18, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Fusing its vivacious Italian soul with the technical expertise of Swiss watchmaking, the new Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Chronograph brings unprecedented development to an industry that is broadly playing it safe

New Old Heuer Carrera

Sep 16, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Celebrating a major milestone like a 160th birthday requires some introspection. The new Carrera Chronograph traces the original Carrera’s journey rather than re-treads familiar territory

A New Streamliner Arrives

Sep 14, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Continuing in the trend of post-opulent design, the new Moser Streamliner Centre Seconds meets and exceeds an extremely high bar in the competitive sports luxury genre

New Movements for a New Era

Sep 10, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Since 1960, Grand Seiko has made it their mission to produce some of the world’s most accurate calibres. They have succeeded with the T0 Constant Force Tourbillon concept and the calibre 9SA5 found in their 60th Anniversary Limited Edition

Slim Tribute: A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Thin Honeygold

Sep 09, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

A. Lange & Söhne unveils a trio of special editions, Homage to F.A. Lange, to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the brand. We introduce the most reverent model.

New Look: Sky-Dweller

Sep 04, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Bracelets and clasps play a full part in the unique pleasure of wearing a Rolex and the new Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller now comes equipped with their innovative Oysterflex, a first in the classic collection

Not Your Father's Submariner

Sep 03, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Date or No-Date, the new 41mm Rolex Submariner was re-created from the ground-up, resulting in a well-portioned watch that has a new bracelet to go along with its new case and high performance movement.

On Newsstands: WOW Thailand “Renewal 2020” Issue

Sep 02, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

WOW Thailand “Renewal 2020” issue breaks away nicely from tradition and the norm

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