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Omega out of the gate early with a Beijing Winter Olympics...

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41mm steel watch has been given a winter look with a white ceramic dial presented in a frosted finish.

WATCHPRO Salon guests get unique chance to see Grand Seiko Masterpiece...

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Masterpiece watches are the rarest and highest form of horological art and engineering from the Japanese watchmaker.

WATCHPRO Salon 2021: Czapek introduces complications to the sports luxury category

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Czapek & Cie's Antarctique Rattrapante in silver grey, a limited edition of 77 pieces, is a perfectly positioned watch that combines a sporty look with grand complication sophistication.
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London Watch Show and WATCHPRO Salon collaborate to boost collecting in...

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Luxury pre-owned show and prestige new watch salon will work together to make London the watch collecting capital of the world.

Grab your free tickets now for WATCHPRO Salon’s Retailer Brunch

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Watch retailers invited to a networking brunch and private tour of this year's biggest and most prestigious watch exhibition.

Fossil and Michael Kors smartwatches shift into sixth gear

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With peak season ramping up, Fossil Group is throwing its promotional weight behind the Gen 6 smartwatch technology it has adopted for brands including Michael Kors and Fossil.

Speake-Marin demonstrates its modular movement strategy at WATCHPRO Salon

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For the past five years, Speake-Marin's flexible SMA movements have starred in a range of openworked masterpieces.

CORDER’S COLUMN: Tourist trap

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UK financial results for 2020 from the world's biggest watchmakers and retailers show the devastating effect of the pandemic on businesses that have relied too heavily on tourist spending in central London.

Bremont achieves its dream of making watch movements in Britain

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Limited edition Longitude watches use the first of a new series of ENG300 movements made in Henley-upon-Thames.

Ball Watch lights up WATCHPRO Salon with its glowing Engineer Hydrocarbon...

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BALL Watches has introduced versions with blue and green dials and matching ceramic bezels this year, both of which will be available to try on and buy at WATCHPRO Salon in November for £2580 on a steel bracelet or £2,490 on a rubber strap.
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