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Recently, aBlogtoWatch reader Griffin C. from Chicago, Illinois, joined me here in Los Angeles for a few days of geeking-out watchnerd-style and to attend The World's Most Expensive Watches book party with us. This was a result of Griffin winning a giveaway prize early in the year that we had intended to experience with him over the summer. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, the originally planned trip to the watch maker RGM in Pennsylvania was cancelled by RGM, and resulted in a dispute between the company and aBlogtoWatch that the online watch community has discussed a few months ago. Nevertheless, despite the setbacks, I had an obligation to Griffin and wanted to make the most out of the situation.

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In-house quartz watch movements at Breitling? Pretty much, "yes," with the new Breitling Cockpit B50 timepiece in their Professional collection of watches. OK, so let's start by talking about the whole "in-house quartz" part of the conversation, as it is perhaps the most interesting, outside of the design of the watch. For years, Breitling has been sourcing high-end thermocompensated quartz movements from Swiss ETA. These come in a few varieties, but are contained in all the quartz movement-based Breitling watches, from their totally analog dials (three-handers and chronographs) to their various ana-digi (analog-digital) watches that have both traditional hands as well as two LCD screens. Breitling now pushes forward to create their own evolved movements based on the foundation that ETA laid.

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With the best seat in the house, the driver has fast access to all of the controls and the gauge cluster that offers a view of the current horse power, a combo tachymeter, and digital display for gearing or additional messages (speed), and an analog speedometer that tops out at an indicated 280 MPH. Anything you can touch is metal or leather, and the steering wheel is small enough for the sort of spirited driving one might attempt in such a car. As the Bugatti Veyron is fitted with a sequential dual clutch gearbox, the driver can select gears via the steering wheel-mounted paddles or a lever in the center console. If you own a Bugatti Veyron, I suppose you could also use the fully automatic setting, but that option seemed both wasteful and entirely offensive on a test drive such as this.

Shreve, Crump & Low: Boston is a city known for it’s esteemed history. Whether you were born and raised here, or it became an adopted city after attending college, we are all very proud of our city. Must do activities include seeing our sports teams (Celtics, Bruins, Red Sox, Patriots) and walking the Freedom Trail (a 2.5-mile-long path through downtown Boston that passes by 16 locations significant to the history of the United States). Things to see include Fenway Park (America’s oldest baseball stadium), Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market and Public Garden. Then cross over to Cambridge to visit the prestigious universities. Be sure to enjoy seafood from numerous great restaurants such as B&G Oysters, Sorellina and Mistral.

One of the oddest parts of this watch has nothing to do with the design but rather the name. There are times that IWC has referred to the Portuguese as the Portugieser internally - but I don't recall actually seeing it as being part of the official name of any of their products. For whatever reason, IWC has decided to call this watch the "Portugieser Annual Calendar," versus the more logical "Portuguese Annual Calendar," which would fit more into the rest of the naming of the Portuguese collection. I am sure there is a reason for this, but it is currently a bit of a mystery. Personally, I believe this might be perhaps a mistake, and eventually, the watch will be corrected to be called the Portuguese Annual Calendar - we will see.

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Yup, there's no Nivarox parts in this baby. The resulting movement was built up around the new parts, making this not just a revision of a previous caliber found in a variety of watches - as many so-called "in-house" movements actually are - but also an alternative to the more expected Swiss-style lever escapement. Advance images of the Nomos Zurich Worldtimer Blue also suggest that the perlage, striping, decoration, and jewelling of the movement remain as superlative (or better) than the original, down to its signature skeletonized peekaboo rotor. Then again, exquisite finish has always been a Nomos standard, so no surprise there.

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The Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara is no exception and of course the polished marble case is going to be the most impressive material used. Having said that, I don't think it stops there. Giuliano Mazzuoli does a pretty nice job for the rest of the watch parts, including the dial and hour markers, as well as the strap and crown. There is a highly refined aura to the overall look and feel which combines an almost Bauhaus sense of minimalism with an indisputably Italian sense of panache. Take, for example, the material used for the dials, which is ceramic.

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As we know, the benefits of an automatic rotor are constant winding of the mainspring and – thanks to the higher average tension in the mainspring when the watch is being worn – more consistent power through the gear train. This means the watch should keep better time as you avoid the diminished amplitude and associated rate loss as the mainspring winds down. It is also convenient in our hectic lives, when we may forget to wind our watch each morning before setting off. As long as you are reasonably active and wear the watch frequently enough, it should always be running and keeping decent time.

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JK: Oh, yes! Some of the well-known collectors, when they are looking for that special piece they cannot find, they know they'll find it here, or I'll find it for them. If they have an amazing piece to sell, it will end up through our store. We work with lots of collectors, and the Omega boutiques - if they have a question about a vintage watch, they send them here. For me, it's not about selling a watch at all, but giving information and making people happy.

Maybe, but with prices starting at about ,000 it isn't terribly likely that the debut crop of Chanel J12 G10 watches will hit a stride with consumers. At ,000 - ,000 the standard J12 was and is much more accessible than these more luxurious models that focus on diamonds and gold.

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As watch lovers, we often revere the provenance of brands whose history go back hundreds of years or even back to the 1700s. What is unusual is to find a retailer like Shreve, Crump & Low, started in 1796, that is older than the brands they carry (with the exception of Blancpain which originated in 1735 and Vacheron Constantin which originated in 1755).

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One of the oddest parts of this watch has nothing to do with the design but rather the name. There are times that IWC has referred to the Portuguese as the Portugieser internally - but I don't recall actually seeing it as being part of the official name of any of their products. For whatever reason, IWC has decided to call this watch the "Portugieser Annual Calendar," versus the more logical "Portuguese Annual Calendar," which would fit more into the rest of the naming of the Portuguese collection. I am sure there is a reason for this, but it is currently a bit of a mystery. Personally, I believe this might be perhaps a mistake, and eventually, the watch will be corrected to be called the Portuguese Annual Calendar - we will see.

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IWC Portuguese Annual Calendar ref. IW503502

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According to the company, the Savoy Safe No. 3 weighs about 500 kilograms and was likely specially commissioned for the government of the Subalpine Republic, which was set up after Napoleon's invasion of the region. It is suspected that the safe was originally used to store currency. Apparently, the region introduced a new form of currency based on the metric system (for the first time in that area) that was meant to replace the French Franc, which was previously used.

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Size-wise, large watch lovers will appreciate the IWC Portugieser's 44.2mm wide case size. The case will be 15.3mm thick with a sapphire crystal exhibition caseback. Also note that the sapphire crystal over the dial will be domed, versus flat - which will add to the thickness just a bit more. I mentioned above that IWC designed the movement to be elegantly set. What I meant was that all the calendar and time correction/adjustment is done via the crown. That means no inset case pushers (a good thing in this instance). Assuming the watch remains running, how often will you need to adjust the calendar? As an annual calendar, this IWC will only need to be adjusted on leap years, as it is not able to take into consideration those years when February has 29 days. For the most part, I think annual calendars are the best bang for your buck, compared the typically much more expensive perpetual calendars.

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