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In a Bind - Clasps, Tangs, and Buckles for Pre Owned Luxury Watches

Posted: 14 April, 2014

The tang and pin buckle offers the advantage of minimal weight, simplicity, low replacement costs, and ease of use. Many collectors prefer the feel of this mechanism because it sits lightly on the…

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What Kind of Activities Should I Avoid While Wearing Prestige Watches

Posted: 02 April, 2014

In general, prestige watches are mechanical watches. With very few exceptions, wristwatches produced for the upscale consumer are designed to incorporate traditional clockwork mechanisms. Since clockwork…

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When Buying a Vintage Watch Makes Sense

Posted: 01 April, 2014

Vintage watches are ones that never seem to go out of style. When it comes to luxury watches, there are plenty of brands available from years ago that still offer a sleek and stylish look. Such brands…

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Ceramic Watches and Style – The New Look of High Technology

Posted: 23 March, 2014

The last decade of haute horology developments has witnessed an explosion of experimentation with alternative materials. From silicon hairsprings to watch cases wrought from repurposed wreckage of…

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<b> Luxury Watches: Your Place In The Universe</b>

Think of your watch as a two-way mirror, reflecting where you stand in your timeline, while giving others a glimpse of your personality. Yet it holds the potential for so much more.

For instance, when master watchmaker Ludwig Oechslin created the Trilogy of Time for Ulysse Nardin, he redefined the luxury watch as a device that can remind you of your place in the universe.

The Astrolabium Galileo Galilei shows its wearer the local time, solar time, the orbits and eclipses of the sun and the moon, and the positions of many major stars. The Planetarium Copernicus reveals the positions of the planets in relation to Earth and the Sun. The Tellurium Johannes Kepler contains a detailed image of our planet, showing what area is currently in daylight.

While these are just a few of Oechslin’s wondrous works, they hint at the limitless potential of a luxury timepiece. At 300watches, we know how rewarding it is to find the one that suits your needs. So choose carefully, and let us guide you.
Luxury Watches: Your Place In The Universe

Think of your watch as a two-way mirror, reflecting where you stand in your timeline, while giving others a glimpse of your personality. Yet it holds the potential for so much more.

For instance, when master watchmaker Ludwig Oechslin created the Trilogy of Time for Ulysse Nardin, he redefined the luxury watch as a device that can remind you of your place in the universe.

The Astrolabium Galileo Galilei shows its wearer the local time, solar time, the orbits and eclipses of the sun and the moon, and the positions of many major stars. The Planetarium Copernicus reveals the positions of the planets in relation to Earth and the Sun. The Tellurium Johannes Kepler contains a detailed image of our planet, showing what area is currently in daylight.

While these are just a few of Oechslin’s wondrous works, they hint at the limitless potential of a luxury timepiece. At 300watches, we know how rewarding it is to find the one that suits your needs. So choose carefully, and let us guide you.
<strong>Back In Time: Wear A Piece Of Our History As You Write Your Own</strong>

Makers of luxury watches often seek partnerships with famous figures to release limited edition pieces. But every once in a while, a company reaches beyond that. Take Romain Jerome’s DNA series, which combines the cutting edge of modern watchmaking with fragments from significant moments of our past.

The Titanic-DNA line features timepieces made with materials salvaged from the ill-fated ship. The bezels are an infusion of steel from both the fallen vessel itself and the Harland & Wolff shipyard, where the Titanic was pieced together. Some contain coal dust from the ship’s boiler rooms.

The Moon-DNA watches include actual Moon dust, fragments of the Apollo XI spacecraft, and straps interwoven with strands of the astronauts’ spacesuits. And Eyjafjallajökull-DNA watches feature chunks of real lava bursting forth from the dial, recovered from the Icelandic volcano whose eruptions blackened the sky in 2010, bringing air traffic to a halt, but inspiring a wave of problem solving.

These are the moments that bring people together. Why not own a piece of their significance?
Back In Time: Wear A Piece Of Our History As You Write Your Own

Makers of luxury watches often seek partnerships with famous figures to release limited edition pieces. But every once in a while, a company reaches beyond that. Take Romain Jerome’s DNA series, which combines the cutting edge of modern watchmaking with fragments from significant moments of our past.

The Titanic-DNA line features timepieces made with materials salvaged from the ill-fated ship. The bezels are an infusion of steel from both the fallen vessel itself and the Harland & Wolff shipyard, where the Titanic was pieced together. Some contain coal dust from the ship’s boiler rooms.

The Moon-DNA watches include actual Moon dust, fragments of the Apollo XI spacecraft, and straps interwoven with strands of the astronauts’ spacesuits. And Eyjafjallajökull-DNA watches feature chunks of real lava bursting forth from the dial, recovered from the Icelandic volcano whose eruptions blackened the sky in 2010, bringing air traffic to a halt, but inspiring a wave of problem solving.

These are the moments that bring people together. Why not own a piece of their significance?
<b>Vintage Watches: Pique Their Interest While You Collect Interest</b>

Buying certain watches by Rolex is like putting money in the bank. While history and reputation are enough to draw buyers to a name so legendary, a rare piece may increase in value over time. But we doubt you’ll sell it once it touches your wrist and becomes a part of nearly every activity, and every outfit, every day.

Pieces by Patek Philippe & Co., a company that stands among the world’s earliest and most famed purveyors of luxury watches, have sold at record-high prices in auctions around the world. In 1999, a Patek Philippe Supercomplication sold for $11 million at Sotheby’s, right in New York City. In 2010, another Patek Philippe sold in Switzerland for $5.7 million.

We cast a pretty big net when we hunt for the finest luxury watches imaginable. Whether you’re looking to make an investment, or just fancy yourself a collector, we will search high and low for a timepiece that truly holds value.

But we hope you like it enough to hang on to it.
Vintage Watches: Pique Their Interest While You Collect Interest

Buying certain watches by Rolex is like putting money in the bank. While history and reputation are enough to draw buyers to a name so legendary, a rare piece may increase in value over time. But we doubt you’ll sell it once it touches your wrist and becomes a part of nearly every activity, and every outfit, every day.

Pieces by Patek Philippe & Co., a company that stands among the world’s earliest and most famed purveyors of luxury watches, have sold at record-high prices in auctions around the world. In 1999, a Patek Philippe Supercomplication sold for $11 million at Sotheby’s, right in New York City. In 2010, another Patek Philippe sold in Switzerland for $5.7 million.

We cast a pretty big net when we hunt for the finest luxury watches imaginable. Whether you’re looking to make an investment, or just fancy yourself a collector, we will search high and low for a timepiece that truly holds value.

But we hope you like it enough to hang on to it.