We've all heard of carbon fibre. It's the material you get when you bond carbon atoms into a long, thin crystalline structure that produces a very high strength-to-volume ratio. Thanks to their light weight and high durability, carbon fibres have been the subject of intense research and development for many decades, and are today used in industries such as motor…
Everyone knows what Panerai watches look like. They've got big cushion-shaped cases and dome-like crown guards and levers. More than likely, they'll have a retro sandwich dial and a leather strap to match. It's the same look that appealed to the valiant frogmen in 1938, and it's worked for the brand ever since. But not all Panerais are created equal.…
Of all TAG Heuer watches, the Monaco is one of best known and most successful, but its fame grew out of a history full of accidents and contradictions. You might even call it fate. If you've heard of the Monaco, then you've surely heard how it was made famous by Steve McQueen. But the story of the Monaco really begins…
The Omega Speedmaster Professional is among the most famous historic watches of all times, and it still happens to be produced today. Here is some more of the "back-story" behind the iconic watch. Chances are that at some point today you’ve used a satellite. Whether TV, phone or internet, your digital footprint will have probably graced the heavens, tossed about by a network of delicate machines that shoot around the ball of rock we call home at over 18,000mph.
The Watch Mag's insight:
Read The Watch Magazine's Andrew Morgan's article for ABlogToWatch.com entitled 'Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch & The Space Race'
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The Principality of Monaco, despite being less than a square mile, is the most densely populated country in the world, with over 36,000 people residing there. But once a year that population triples, if just for a weekend. Why? The Monaco Grand Prix. This sponsored post is brought to you by WatchFinder.co.uk Formula 1 traces [...]
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