BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends November 11, 2016 - by Kenny Yeo - Miss something this month? Get caught up at: aBlogtoWatch.com - "Despite the less than optimistic economic outlook, brands are soldiering on and are releasing new watches in attempts to excite and delight watch lovers and collectors. This month, we take a look at two very special watches that were announced in the past two weeks. The first is Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Memovox Boutique Edition..."
Braun 'Classic - Dual Time' Leather Strap Watch, 40mm available at #Nordstrom
J'aime Les Montres: La Montre du jour: Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Memovox Boutique Edition
Parmigiani Tonda Quator Watch Review - by Ariel Adams - Powered by the PF339, see more of the Quator now at aBlogtoWatch.com - "Parmigiani Fleurier remains one of the watch industry's top producers of movements and parts, as well as being a watchmaker. Their watch brand, Parmigiani, remains a distinctive and often evolving, integral element of the company which began as a romantic notion of the wealthy Sandoz family and Mr. Michel Parmigiani. Soon to celebrate their 20th anniversary..."
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Liquidmetal
#Horology - The new #JaegerLeCoultre "Métiers rares Master Grand Tourbillon Enamel" #Watch - May 2016
Magrette Moana Pacific Waterman Watch Review - by Ariel Adams - More on this unique diver from New Zealand at: aBlogtoWatch.com - "I've been reviewing Magrette watches for almost as long as I've been writing about watches and running aBlogtoWatch. Over the years, I've seen the boutique New Zealand-based watchmaker experiment and evolve, but never lose their touch. That touch is to produce well-priced dive-style watches with retro-appeal and modern sensibility..."
Porsche Design Flat Six P’6752 WorldTraveler
Moritz Grossmann Atum Pure M ‘Mesh Dial’ Watch Hands-On - by Ariel Adams -At: aBlogtoWatch.com - "The Mortiz Grossmann Atum Pure M watch is an interesting timepiece that I was surprised to see from the conservative Glashütte, Germany-based watchmaker. Even though Mortiz Grossmann is named for an important historic watchmaker from the region, the company as it is today is less than a decade old. You might not immediately realize that by viewing their typically traditional-looking watches..."