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Bvlgari’s Smart Watch

Another luxury brand entering ‘smart’ foray is Bvlgari with its Diagono Magnesium. This time it’s on the security spectrum of the digital revolution.


The Subcraft

I’ve always had a soft spot for 70s inspired lateral display watches and by at that extension, I obviously have one for the Romain Jerome’s more aerodynamic update of their earlier spacecraft watch – The Subcraft.


A footnote from Apple’s past

On the eve of Apple’s launch of its first smart watch and with its shadow looming over this year’s Baselworld, there was a rather curious footnote tucked away somewhere in hall 2.2. A rather cheeky press release lured down the rabbit hole baiting you with the headline – “Smart Design instead of Smart Watch”.


De Bethune novelties

The most intriguing novelty from the De Bethune stable this year is the oddly named Quetzalcoatl. The intention was to reference a portion of human history.


The Titan Rises

Big. Giant. Grand – It’s filled up to its neck in indicators, orbiting satellites and a flying retrograde that measure time from a expected scale of seconds, minutes and hours, to day, month, years, a 100 years – all the way up to a 1000 years. The UR-1001 is massive.


More Toys for the Boys

MB&F knows who their customers are. They make ambitious mechanical watches that never fail to evoke wonder. They operate a gallery that highlights mechanical art from other fields. So, it would not be a stretch to predict how they would celebrate their first decade in the business.