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  • Paolo Gobbi
    Fabio Santinelli

     A book crafted with the same techniques used in the manufacture of the most important and exclusive watches

    Not all the watches are – luckily – the same. Same can be said of books, as well. Or rather, it would be better to say that some watches are just like some books: industrially made series products, all basically alike.

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  • Naomi Ornstein
    Fabio Santinelli

    There is a kind of magic with some objects that makes them stand out, which governs its fortune and stardom with the public, and even more with consumers all over the world. It is a magic mixture of marketing, product, coincidence and destiny that can modify the nature of what we buy or use, making it unique. This is what happened to a timepiece which over a 50-year life span has transformed its own essence: in the beginning it was a chronograph, today it is unquestionably ‘the Daytona’.

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  • Cosmo Papaleo

    What if everything that happens in our life was already written following a precise predetermined path? Emotions would likely be the first to fade away.. If so, daily life would definitely be sad and dull. Luckily, it is not our world. The world we live in is made of energy, vitality, curiosity, research, but above all adrenaline.

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  • Paolo Gobbi

    How does social media impact on vintage and contemporary watch markets? Who are the new collectors? Are there any new horology icons around? What lies ahead in the future of watch auctions? In conversation with a major player on the international vintage watch market scene...

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  • Naomi Ornstein & Paolo Gobbi
    Fabio Santinelli

    From its very first appearance on stage the Day-Date unquestionably became the emblem of timeless elegance. Possibly, it is one of the most recognizable models ever manufactured by Rolex due to its signature design elements: a day aperture across the top, a date window at 3 o’clock and the President bracelet exclusively designed for the timepiece at its launch. A well built and designed watch suited to just about any occasion. Nevertheless, when you ask the average Rolex enthusiasts to list out their favourites the Day-Date seems to come some way down the list…

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  • Paolo Gobbi

    In 904L steel, with a monobloc Cerachrom bezel, developed and patented by Rolex, in black ceramic. This latest evolution is a blend of high technology and sleek aesthetics, and pays tribute to the heritage of this legendary chronograph. The black bezel is reminiscent of the 1965 model that was tted with a black Plexiglas bezel insert. The new Cosmograph Daytona carries the Superlative Chronometer certi cation rede ned by Rolex in 2015, which ensures singular performance on the wrist.

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  • Rolex is introducing a new version of its Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona in 904L steel, with a monobloc Cerachrom bezel in black ceramic. This latest evolution is a blend of high technology and sleek aesthetics, and pays tribute to the heritage of this legendary chronograph. The black bezel is reminiscent of the 1965 model that was fitted with a black Plexiglas bezel insert. Known simply as the “Daytona”, the watch is one of the best known chronographs in the world and has assumed the rank of an icon.

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  • Audemars Piguet

    The Royal Oak Double Balance wheel Openworked tackles the stabilising issues by fixing a second balance wheel and balance-spring assembly on the same axis.

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  • Paolo Gobbi
    Fabio Santinelli

    Once again, these pages showcase one more Cosmograph version made for the Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said of Oman, which undeniably represents another important piece from our collection. This 6265 chronograph – which carries a 3.9 million serial number – is dressed in gold and fits a black dial displaying an ultra-rare red Omani coat of arms, which deserves further attention.

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