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New Trident timepiece from Christopher Ward comes with a splash

New Trident timepiece from Christopher Ward comes with a splash

The new C60 Trident Chronograph 300 from Christopher Ward has been released, offering water resistance of up to 300 metres. The C60 Trident Chronograph 300 takes elements of the popular C60 Trident 300 and then adds a chronograph functionality. Powered by a Swiss-made quartz movement, Ronda 3520.D, the new timepiece is accurate to -10/+20 seconds


Dreyfuss & Co launches trio of watches perfect for the international traveller

Dreyfuss & Co has released the Series 1946 trio of watches which feature duo timezone functionality.  Ideal for the international traveller, the Duo Timezone contains what is effectively, two watches in one. It features two symmetrically-placed dials: on the right is an off-set 60 second dial and on the left is a second timezone dial

Richard Mille jumps at the chance of a new partnership to boost women’s watch sales

Richard Mille has added to its list of sporting partners as Ukranian high jump champion, Yuliya Levchenko, joins the brand. 40% of Richard Mille’s sales come from the women’s watch market which is why a partnership deal with the current high jump world number two makes sense. The deal will see Levchenko go for gold

Richemont completes acquisition of Yoox Net-A-Porter

Shares in Yoox Net-A-Porter have been de-listed from the Milan Stock Exchange, marking the final stage of Richemont’s acquisition of the company. The deal gives Richemont full control of Yoox, Net-A-Porter and its subsidiary Mr Porter. It has been a convoluted journey to get to this point. British entrepreneur Natalie Massenet, who created Net-A-Porter in

Vertex celebrates one year back in business with new model

Covert Chronology Vertex has created a DLC-coated M100B to mark a year since the company was relaunched by its original founder’s great grandson. Don Cochrane relaunched the watchmaking company last year, which was initially founded over 100 years ago by his great grandfather Claude Octavius Lyons but had not been in operation since 1972. In

Precision Engineering AG brings back 18th century invention in presentation of its first cylindrical hairspring.

First invented by English watchmaker John Arnold in 1776, Precision Engineering AG has shown off its first prototype of the cylindrical hairspring, in Palexpo, Geneva. At the EPHJ show, taking place from June 12-15, Precision Engineering AG presented the prototype of its first cylindrical hairspring which aims to improve isochronism in a watch mechanism. With