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GPHG 2014: highlights in the Jewellery Watch category for the Grand Prix d Horlogerie de Genève

de Grisogono's Grappoli Watch features emeralds that emanate from the centre of the watch growing in size and spilling over the bezel of the watch. Oh my......

Top 10 Watches Of Baselworld 2015 - by Ariel Adams + Ariel's overview of the show, trends, & industry analysis: "Baselworld - The Watch and Jewellery Show 2015 came and went seemingly faster than previous Baselworld watch trade shows. Maybe that is because team aBlogtoWatch met with so many brands, hour after hour, for a solid week. By our records, we formally met with about 85 watch brands in the hopes of capturing as wide a scope…

from Mashable

This Smartwatch Concept Projects Notifications Directly Onto Your Hand

Gentleman Warfare V-1 Gent Watch - Get the story behind this piece at: - "My name is Ilan Srulovicz, the founder of Egard Watches which initially started as a tribute watch for my father Peter. As with most watch enthusiasts, watches have always meant more than just telling the time to me - they were a way to define important moments, and Egard has allowed me to express that. My new watch, the Gentleman Warfare V-1 Gent watch is a natural extension of my passion..."

Emmanuel Bouchet Complication One Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons Boutique Edition Watch - by Kenny Yeo - More on this special edition piece at: - "Emmanuel Bouchet is one of the youngest independent watch brands, having only released its first timepiece, the Complication One, in 2015. However, its founder, Emmanuel Bouchet, is no stranger to watchmaking and high horology. For readers familiar with Harry Winston’s epic Opus series..."

from Ubergizmo

Concept: OOSH Braille Watch For The Visually Impaired

Developed for the visually impaired, the “OOSH” by designer WinG Li is a Braille watch that lets the user touch and feel the time, allowing them to keep up the pace with the rest of the world. In case the user isn’t able to read the Braille,...

Watches. Watch that tells you the time in words by Biegert & Funk. Great for the literary crowd. Damn!!