The holiday season has officially kicked off and there are tons of events going on in our local communities. Get in the holiday spirit and check out some of our favorite holiday happenings!
Princeton Holiday Trolley Tours: Every Saturday through December 31, starting at 10AM. Put down the shopping bags and take a trip […]
It’s that time of year and holiday party invites are stacking up. Want to be the guest that everyone always invites back? Take some guidance from our list of great hostess gifts that were chosen to provide optimum holiday cheer at prices that ensure you can get something wonderful for every party you attend. Make […]
IWC Schaffhausen is a brand with a long and very storied past. With a factory built near the Rhine Falls to harness the power of the river back in 1868, IWC has created many an iconic timepiece over the years, ranging from its famed Mark series of pilot watches to the oversized Portuguieser, DaVinci and Portofino. […]
Recently, Tudor announced the unveiling of the all-new Heritage Black Bay Black, joining the Black Bay line that was first started in 2012 and that won the Revival prize at the 2013 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve. The initial burgundy Black Bay version was followed by a navy blue Black Bay and now the brand adds the […]
On November 10th and 11th, we have the distinctive opportunity to host our Herend Artist Event. In accordance with the Herend Porcelain Manufactory of Hungary, we are welcoming a Herend artist to demonstrate her work and sign your Herend pieces. Guests are also invited to view limited edition museum quality pieces that are rarely shown […]
A hundred and thirty-one years ago, Leon Breitling played a leading role in the creation of the first wrist chronograph. Today, Breitling carries on that tradition through that first watch’s descendants which are more innovative than ever.
Their new Transocean Chronograph combines the pure design of classic chronographs from the 1950s and 1960s with sleek contemporary […]
Daylight Saving Time ends in the United States at 2 a.m. on Sunday Nov. 1. So, if you don’t stay up until 2 a.m., you may want to set your clocks back one hour on Saturday night before you go to bed so you don’t miss that extra hour of sleep in the morning.
Commonly referred to as the “fall […]
Every once in a while we take a look at a classic watch and think about how thoroughly contemporary it is. This is the case with our strong collection of Calibre de Cartier Chronographs. The 42mm watches are immediately identifiable as Cartier from across a room, yet they are subtle and sensational at the same time.
Each watch in the Calibre […]
In watch lingo, we often talk about the power reserve, sometimes referred to in Swiss watches as Reserve de Marche. Essentially, power reserve indicates how long a mechanical watch can run when fully wound. Every mechanical watch offers a certain amount of power before needing to be wound.
To power a watch, a spring is tightly wound […]
Jaeger-LeCoultre is adding two new pieces to its milestone Geophysic® collection, the Geophysic® True Second® and the Universal Time. Both of the new Geophysic® watches house new calibers, each with a very special True Second® mechanism in it.
Essentially, the True Second® mechanism (powered by the main spring of the watch) makes the seconds “jump” instead of sweep […]