The History Of Bell & Ross Watches

In 1992, Carlos A. Rosillo and Bruno Belamich, two childhood friends, joined up for one of the most legendary adventures in watchmaking of the late 20th century. They decided to operate under a simple notion: “function shapes form.” The mission of the company …

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The History Of Hamilton Watches

Founded in Lancaster, PA in 1892, the Hamilton Watch Company has been producing quality timepieces for well over a century. Over the years, the company’s craftsmanship has never wavered, and they continue to present new ideas of what a wristwatch can be…

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The History Of Longines Watches

The History of Longines Watches Though it holds an impressive record leading the way in Swiss watchmaking, Longines is often overlooked as one of the country’s top watch manufactures. Today, Longines watches can be seen on the wrists of the prominent, including …

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The History Of Breitling Watches

If Léon Breitling were alive today, he’d be proud to look at the signature of Breitling watches. He would be honored to see that the small workshop he founded over 125 years ago in Santa-Imier, Switzerland has become one of the greatest Swiss watch brands. And he’d also be pleased to see …

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The History Of Tag Heuer’s Carrera Model

Back in 1963, Jack Heuer created the Carrera Tag Heuer watch as a tribute to the famous Carrera Panamericana auto race. The Carrera Panamericana auto race is considered by world-class auto racers to be the world’s most dangerous. The watch was developed …

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Horology 101: What Is A Tourbillon?

You’ve probably spotted them on countless high-end watches, those diminutive cages spinning gracefully on the dial, referred to as tourbillons. Like a miniature whirling dervish on your wrist, the tourbillon puts on one of the most animated shows in watchmaking allowing you …

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