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TAG Heuer Monaco V4 Tourbillon

TAG Heuer Monaco V4 Tourbillon – breaking the laws of watch-making

2014 was turbulent year a for TAG Heuer. Not only did Jack Heuer leave the company, which his family founded in 1860. Stéphane Linder, who took over the helm from Jean-Christophe Babin 18 months ago, also left the company after 21 years of employment. And on top of that Jean-Claude Biver took over from Linder, claiming that TAG Heuer should be stronger in the lower price segment.

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Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum: a familiar traveller

Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum: a familiar traveller

Last year Montblanc started its high end watch offensive with the classic Meisterstück collection. That familiar name is gone. This is now named Heritage Spirit Collection. But with the pre-SIHH unveiling of the Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum a familiar looking watch with some innovative features enters the scene. And it’s ready to take on the competition. If you’re a world traveller and you love watches you have a great choice of timing instruments to keep you sharp no matter where you are on the globe. A dial shaped like mother earth is rooted deep within the DNA of every world timer.

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Napoleon’s DNA in a DeWitt

Napoleon’s DNA in a DeWitt

In Norway Bruvik puts icy cold water from a fjord in a watch and steel from the Titanic or moon dust in a Romain Jerome watch is also nothing new. DNA from Napoleon Bonaparte in a watch is something completely different. Check out this video to get behind the story.

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cufflinks

Definitely Jaquet Droz!

In the last issue of 0024 Horloges we showed you a beautiful pair of cufflinks. But we mistakenly mixed up the text about S.T. Dupont cufflinks with a picture of a pair of red gold Jaquet Droz cufflinks. This is quite embarrassing since the birds in full flight in the cufflinks draw inspiration from Jaquet Droz’s well acclaimed Petite Heure Minute Relief Seasons.

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