Watch Video Rewind for December 13, 2015

December 13, 2015 . by Patrick Kansa

Welcome to our regular Sunday feature, Watch Video Rewind, where we post watch related videos from the web to highlight interesting watches or interesting aspects of watch making. We have a videos on a family investigation into an interesting Panerai, the making of an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar, and a very old musical repeater.



Watching the Web for May 23, 2015

May 23, 2015 . by Matt Himmelstein

Hello and welcome back (I hope) Watching the Web, our weekly installment where we highlight interesting watches related articles from other sites, and point out own more popular articles over the last week. Today, we have a review of the Borealis Seahawk 1500 from a diver’s perspective, a photo essay from a watchmaking class held by Audemars Piguet, and a tutorial on how to remove scratches from a watch crystal. From our site, Patrick swept the top spots, with his recent reviews of the Shinola Rambler GMT, the Gavox Aurora, and the Steinhart Military 42.



Audemars Piguet jumps the shark all the way to the Hamptons

August 21, 2009 . by John Biggs

Man, come on. What the heck is this Audemars Piguet abomination? It’s named after the Montauk Highway on Long Island and is apparently aimed at folks who summer at the Hamptons. But wait a minute: shouldn’t those folks be paying for their house shares and not dumping $20K for one of these limited edition preppy-themed…



Audemars Piguet opens a bucket of WTF with the Royal Oak Offshore Survivor Chrono

November 5, 2008 . by John Biggs

The Royal Oak from Audemars Piguet line, essentially a water resistant line of yachting watches, is famous for being the first steel luxury watch ever made. It’s a beautiful pieces, looks great on men and women, and is potentially affordable used. However, in order to follow Bell & Ross and Zenith into the depths of…



Audemars Piguet Team Alinghi

March 5, 2007 . by John Biggs

AP has a hot new piece made of “forged carbon.” Not sure if that’s carbon fibre or some sort of ceramic, but ProWatches got all excited. They are the first company to use “forged carbon” for the watch case. Forged carbon is not only strong and light it also has a unique look that makes…