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Wristwatchworld restyled!

Wristwatchworld has undergone a restyling! As per March 1st, 2013, our site has changed, to make our posts from the world of high-end wristwatches even more attractive. Please follow us from here: Hope to see you soon! Advertisements

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Panerai Pocket Watch Tourbillon GMT Ceramica PAM00446

Yes, you’re right. WristwatchWorld is monitoring the world of WRISTwatches. But sometimes, a sidestep is allowed. Especially when the sidestep involves a 59 mm ceramic case, a tourbillon and the Officine Panerai brand. Meet the PAM00446: The pocket watch ref. … Continue reading

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Vacheron Constantin 1972 Prestige

On the occasion of the opening of it’s new flagship store in Paris, Vacheron Constantin recently revisited it’s stylish, assymetric “1972” model. This elegant watch, named 1972 Prestige, is offered in two variations: the limited edition of 40 “boutique edition in white gold with … Continue reading

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Patek Philippe 5110/5130 is your favourite World Timer

Yesterday, we launched our first poll, asking you what your favourite World Timer wristwatch is. Thank you for all the votes! The winner, with 44% of the votes, is: The Patek Philippe 5110/5130 series! Number 2: Jaeger LeCoultre Master Geographic. … Continue reading

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POLL: What is your favourite World Timer?

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F.P. Journe Vagabondage I & II

in 2004, Auction house Antiquorum celebrated its 30-year anniversary. To celebrate this, a charity auction was held where, amongst others, Francois-Paul Journe presented the Vagabondage 1, in a series of three. The watch showed a rather unusual tonneau-shape. shortly after, … Continue reading

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Market Watch: the IWC Da Vinci Ref. 3750

The IWC Da Vinci ref. 3750 is considered an iconic watch since its introduction in 1985. The combination of a perpetual calendar, year display and perpetual moon phase display was unique, especially at a price that wasn’t stratospheric. In the … Continue reading

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