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How Digitizing Auctions Moved Timepiece360 to Launch Its Auction App

Auction houses have always had their own brand of appeal. After all, an auction wasn’t merely about buying items though that was certainly why people flocked there. It was about the experience as a whole. From the auctioneer keeping the crowd in...

Why It’s Necessary to Authenticate Your Luxury Watch

If there’s one thing we’ve determined in this day and age, it’s that luxury watches have a solid fan base around the world. With the number of luxury watch owners growing each day, the demand and interest in them has seen a remarkable increase in...

H. Moser et Cie: Beyond the Fume Dials by Fayssal K.

So basically, and in a nutshell, the Moser name goes back to 1800's when Heinrich Moser, an impeccable watchmaker started the company. Moving from Russia to Switzerland and with interrupted existence here and then, the History of Moser is a...

Watches and the 2018 World Cup

With the 2018 World Cup now on the doors, all eyes are on the ball. But here at Timepiece360, our main focus was on the players’ wrists.
Football and watches are no strangers. Time and time again, we've witnessed many great players show...

Why Timepiece maintenance is important

By Dr. Marton GergelyUnfortunately, there is no right and wrong answer to the question of when you should service your watch. Generally, there are two schools of thought when it comes to maintenance. So, let’s hypothesize two individuals, buying...

Watch Collecting and Servicing: what it all means.

So you are a watch collector, or at the least you like watches and have a few pieces. They were all bought at different times, places, some from dealers and some pre-owned maybe.

BaselWorld 2018: A "composed" watch offering

So as the dust settles, this Baselworld 2018 was a “composed” one, with less flash and more focus on what “consumers” want, across mostly the mid-tier spectrum, a good thing I say.

The good news is that there were less vintage re-issues...

Omar's 1st Automatic Timepiece.

I still remember the first time I touched a proper watch, a true watch with a heart and not a battery. I was probably 13 or 14 years old. I found a small dusty wooden box which my mom had from her grand father. There were three or four very old...

A Soda and GMT Kind of Day

Day two of Baselworld is usually much more exciting than the first days. For me, Fayssal, it's the day I get to take in all the watches being launched , not only the few that stole the show on day one.

Baselworld and the Excitement of Buying Discontinued Watch Models

Every year, the biggest watch fair bestows us with endless horological gifts, such as new watches and models . But it also hits us with some sad news with the discontinuation of some very much loved models.
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