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Re-creating Harrison's timekeepers...in Australia

It is said that longevity is improved markedly by keeping your mind challenged and active and keeping hand–eye coordination intact. If that’s the case Norm Banham might last forever. 853 more words


5 Senses

Taking inspiration from NevilleGirl’s post, of the 5 different senses in writing. Whereas she listed examples of senses to use in writing, I thought I’d challenge myself further by writing a little piece of description for each that could be relevant in my novel. 334 more words


Ep 07 – Aldis Hodge of Basil Timepieces


On Time is back in action and joining us this time is a rising star in the world of horology (as well as Hollywood), Mr. 48 more words


Living with a Seiko 5

This Seiko 5 (I don’t know the model number) was bought by my mother abroad. It’s my first mechanical watch and I absolutely love it! I’ll explain why in this article. 256 more words


Wrist Watch Wednesday

Today in Wrist Watch Wednesday I would like to share another watch that I have in my collection. This is a watch that will for sure fit your style and budget. 250 more words


Why You Should Not Own a Mechanical Watch (Or Any Other Timepiece for that matter)

  1. Mechanical watches are simply an accessory which you can easily do without. Clothes are the first thing people notice when you are out and about.
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A New Robe For The Diamonds - Patek Philippe's Flamme Setting

The Patek Philippe Flamme Calatrava 7200/200R, introduced this year at Baselworld, features a new gem-setting technique called “Flamme”. Being one of the most important development for diamond setting in watches for decades, it has been officially registered as a trademark by Patek Philippe for the horological industry.  180 more words

Diamond Settings