Undone Watch Collaborator Ariel Adams: Honest to a Fault?

I was kinda sorta maybe surprised to see a recent article on ablogtowatch.com from Ariel Adams that read like a puff piece. It described Mr. Adams’ underwater frolics with Undone’s We All Live In A Yellow Submarine dive watch. Then I discovered Mr. Adams was the man who “imagined” the piece. To his credit, commercial self-interest couldn’t completely subsume journalistic integrity . . .

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Breitling Navitimer Slide Rule: Liberal Arts Majors Need Not Apply

If you don’t love math, don’t press play on this Crown & Caliber video. You’ll just hurt yourself. I realize it’s tempting. If you were born post-personal computer, you’re bound to be curious. WTF is a slide rule? Suffice it to say a slide rule is . . .

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Kylie Jenner Wears a Rose Gold Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Overworked. Overworked. Heh.

For all intents and purposes, the Kardashians own Instagram. @kyliejenner has 144m followers. That’s roughly half of the U.S. population. If you’re a watchmaker looking to promote your product with a post on Ms. Jenner’s account, that’ll run you $1m plus. Plus a watch. Any watch Ms. Jenner wants. Four? Ten? Who knows. One thing I do know . . .

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Hermes Arceau: Need Want

My name is Robert Farago and I’m a watch addict. No surprise there; I’ve started a watch blog. And I’ve got to say it’s doing nothing to get the horological monkey off my back, and everything to make the little bastard bounce off the walls like Robin Williams during major coke binge. So anyway, a new feature debuts: Need Want of the Day. It’s that little guy on the left . . .

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High-End Watch Market — Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Rolex — Cratering?

“Under bursts of rain and occasional rumbles of thunder, protesters packed the streets in several areas of Hong Kong on Saturday,” The New York Times reports, “days after both the demonstrators and the police came under criticism for taking violence and mayhem to new levels.” Not a great time or place to sell a luxury watch then. And that has major repercussions for the international watch business . . .

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