Tudor’s New Motor

One of the more exciting things to debut at Baselworld was the new in-house movement from Tudor. The brand, which debuted in 1926 as the brainchild of Hans Wilsdorf himself, was conceived as a more modestly priced brand. The intent was to use movements that were generally available. Thus, R&D expenses did not need to […]

Baselworld 2015 – HYT Part 2

During Baselworld there was a big buzz over HYT’s main release for the exhibition. Even though I’d written about it from the usual press release and expressed my initial impressions, it really is never the same as actually seeing it and wearing it. Before we get to those impressions, I would like to share with […]

Baselworld 2015 – HYT Part 1

In January you will remember me writing a piece about Iron Man with Back in Black blaring in the background. When I say Iron Man, I actually mean the rather cool watch (if you can truly call it that) from HYT. The Skull. During Baselworld I was able to get my hands on this piece […]