Woah! The watch blogs were alive this month, with some very interesting articles + a slew of new watch model announcements ahead of 2017’s Basil and SIHH Watch Exhibitions.
Author: Cory Berry
Cory Berry is an internet jack of all trades and has been highly involved with Swiss watches since 1996 when he began working for Bernard Watch. He has learned a lot about the Swiss watch and internet industries in that time. and has witnessed brands rise and fall, seen watch close-outs come and go, and observed many trends.
At Bernard Watch, Cory helps customers find the right watch (or watches) for their wrist. He designed and manages BernardWatch.com. He enjoys writing about watches and managing the company’s social-media properties.
Watch Notes Of The Week: SIHH Exhibitors
The SIHH Exhibition is arguably the second largest watch event of the year and it’s about 1 month away (Jan 19). It’s celebrating its 27th anniversary! Richemont Group has the largest presence. Audemars Piguet and Richard Mille are the most well-known brands not from the Richemont roster. Below, are some current and past models offered by brands showing at SIHH.
Chrono Time Lapse Video: Omega, Rolex, and Breitling
Our photographer decided to set up a time-lapse video of a few chronographs. This is the cool result! If you are interested in viewing some of our inventory, check out our in-stock Swiss Chronograph watches.
Watch News Roundup For July 2016
New Swiss watch models and interesting articles.
SevenFriday Watch Size Comparisons
SevenFriday’s 47mm watch dimensions might scare some, but the watch actually wears much more conservatively. In this photo-heavy blog post we compare this unique watch to some popular Swiss watches.
Omega To Certify Their Master Co-Axials Through Non-COSC Institute
If you follow Omega on Instagram like me, this morning you may have noticed your Omega feed full of men’s faces. Notably SWATCH Group CEO Nick Hayek and OMEGA President Stephan Urquhart. Omega, in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) has announced a new watch certification for the Master Co-Axial series. While… Continue reading Omega To Certify Their Master Co-Axials Through Non-COSC Institute
New Rolex Watches From BaselWorld 2014
At BaselWorld 2014, Rolex has introduced a sizable collection of new variations on old favorites. In this post, Cory does a quick review on the most exciting announcements Rolex made today.
SWATCH ETA Movements, Pushing Ahead With Hamilton H-21 and H-31
With the introduction of the Hamilton H-21 and H-31 SWATCH has stepped up their game by providing two very significant improvements to the 40-year old Valjoux 7750 movement: Improved Power Reserve and Accuracy. Learn more about how this budget-friendly brand is bringing great innovations to consumers. We also goes into some minor detail on the (dwindling) supply of ETA ebauches to other non-SWATCH Group brands.
Watch Highlights From The SIHH 2014 Exhibition
The Richemont Group’s exclusive SIHH was held January 20-24th. At the SIHH 16 luxury brands show off their latest innovations and designs. There were over 100 new watches to see. In this post Cory points out five watches that caught his eye.
Art Inspired By Watches
You have likely seen art made from watch parts in the past. You have likely even seen some of the pieces below. These are a few of the artists who have caught my attention the past year. I hope you enjoy their art as much as I do. If you really like it, I am… Continue reading Art Inspired By Watches