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The new IWC Portugieser Chronograph equipped ewith a new in-house developed and produced movement, the self-winding column-wheel Calibre 69355.

IWC updated one of its most iconic models, the Portugieser Chronograph, equipping it with a new in-house developed and produced movement, the Calibre 69355. The steel models have a price of Euro 7,950 (including VAT) / US$ 7,950 (excluding taxes) while the rose gold versions are priced at Euro 17,700 (including VAT) / US$ 17,800 (excluding taxes). IWC Ref. IW371604 Ref. IW371605 Ref. IW371606 Ref. IW371609 Ref. IW371610 Ref. IW371611

A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Pour le Mérite: Now in White Gold

A. Lange & Söhne has introduced a new, limited-edition version of its Richard Lange "Pour le Mérite" timepiece — first released in 2009 and previously available in rose gold and platinum models, both now sold out — in a white-gold case and black dial — coincidentally for the German luxury watch

Perpetual calibre 3285. This new-generation movement is entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. It offers fundamental gains in terms of precision, power reserve, resistance to shocks and magnetic fields, convenience and reliability. The power reserve of calibre 3285 is approximately 70 hours. #Rolex #GMTMasterII #Perpetual

Perpetual calibre 3285. This new-generation movement is entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. It offers fundamental gains in terms of precision, power reserve, resistance to shocks and magnetic fields, convenience and reliability. The power reserve of calibre 3285 is approximately 70 hours. #Rolex #GMTMasterII #Perpetual

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What are Jewel Bearings in a watch and why are they crucial? - Monochrome Watches

A Technical Perspective focuses on an often underestimated part of a watch, even if its role is vital to a flawless run: jewel bearings, also called rubies.

Rolex premiered its first divers’ watch, the Submariner, in 1953. The Sea-Dweller, which followed in 1967, had a nearly identical design. But since it was made for professional divers, it had an even more pressure-resistant case and a helium valve developed by Rolex. Rolex released a new model in 20

Rolex premiered its first divers’ watch, the Submariner, in 1953. The Sea-Dweller, which followed in 1967, had a nearly identical design. But since it was made for professional divers, it had an even more pressure-resistant case and a helium valve developed by Rolex. Rolex released a new model in 20

Breguet - Classique Double Tourbillon 5345 Quai de l’Horloge | Time and Watches | The watch blog

Equipped with two tourbillons, the Breguet Classique Double Tourbillon 5345 Quai de l’Horloge ref. 5345PT/1S/7XU has a price of Swiss Francs 628,000

The Complete Rolex Buying Guide • Gear Patrol

We distill the world of modern Rolex into something easily decipherable to help give you a leg up for your next purchase.

This chronograph offers a refreshing alternative to the typical white watch face, and the texture and look of the silver-toned straps move it from the casual to the elegant. The matte-grey dial is home to embossed white dial markers, two stopwatch subdials and a conveniently placed date display. Precision Japanese movement and lightweight, secure and interchangeable stainless steel mesh straps. #trendhim #menswatch #cronographwatch #menstyle #dapper #personalizedwatch #engravedwatch

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How to Oil a Watch - Essential Guide to Watch Oiling for Beginners | Esslinger Watchmaker Supplies Blog

The design of a mechanical watch movement requires regular maintenance including lubrication to reduce the friction on moving parts that causes them to wear out. There are over 50 areas of friction that need to be oiled in a typical wrist watch and the more complications on the watch, the more areas that need to be oiled.