Archive | July, 2007

Fossil’s OLED Watches

Posted on 19 July 2007 by John Biggs

No real info on these guys yet, but Fossil has been playing with OLEDS a lot and here’s some live video of them in action.

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Bell & Ross BR 01 Phantom

Posted on 16 July 2007 by John Biggs

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Bell & Ross sends another one down the pipe with the Phantom edition. This standard issue BR 01 Instrument — the automatic one with three hands — has low visibility pips and digits that light up like the sun in the dark. I’m not sure about the overall readability, but the idea is cool. Again — B&R is essentially carving out its own path in the mid- to high-range watch market and I’m very impressed. Gotta get me one.

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Terry Allison Jr.’s New Line of Tourbillons: Quixotic

Posted on 10 July 2007 by John Biggs

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Friends, it’s happened again. I got an email describing a party in Las Vegas — it is going to last from 5PM to 9PM, just enough time to get back to watch Scrubs — and it celebrates the magic of tourbillon watch, Terry Allison style.

I’m just not going to comment on Terry and his business acumen but, as expected, the actor Steven Seagal has one of his new tourbys and is very pleased with it. He, and other celebrities will attend the party and all is right with the world.

And I think Quixotic is probably the best name for a line of watches ever. It describes his mission to a T.

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Sorry

Posted on 09 July 2007 by John Biggs

I’m on summer holiday in Warsaw, Poland, this month and barely have enough time to drink vodka let alone post on WWR. If you’re in Warsaw, however, and would like to meet up, drop me a line at john @ bigwidelogic.com.

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