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Swiss Legend Trimix Diver Collection

That has to be exactly what the Swiss Legend designers were thinking when they decided to revamp these two classic collections for their loyal Swiss Legend customers… Reintroducing The Trimix Diver 2.0 Our die-hard Swiss Legend fans will remember the original Trimix. The newbies might not, but nevertheless, the brand’s latest release: Trimix Diver 2.0 is definitely something to get excited about. A best seller, back by popular demand, with a redefined design and style… what’s not to love? The all-men’s collection features a Swiss quartz chronograph movement with a fixed bezel and unidirectional rotating bezel option. Both versions have a stainless steel with ion-plated, Tonneau-shaped…

Flashback 1996: WorldofWatches.com Starts An Online Revolution

Flashback 1996: Americans were tuned into watching ER, Seinfeld and Friends on TV. Independence Day, Twister and Mission Impossible were the popular films in movie theaters and Macarena was the top song on the radio. Online shopping was new and revolutionary at the time and many Americans still did not even have personal computers in their homes and relied on computers at work for online surfing and shopping. 1996 marks the year of the origin of WorldofWatches.com, a revolutionary site in both the worlds of retail and timepieces. Numerous retailers at the time barely had an online presence, not to…

Happy 20th Birthday WorldofWatches.com!

We forgot our own birthday… Sad, but yes, this actually did happen. And honestly, we’d rather forget our own birthday, than remember it …and have everyone around us forget. But we’re over it now and ready to celebrate because after a few days of digging, it turns out we’re turning 20! That’s right we’re officially one of those awesome twenty-somethings everyone loves. We’re so excited to be entering this risk-taking, young, wild & free phase of our life on the internet. Feeling super pumped like Debbie in that scene from Knocked Up: “I’ve had about three RedBulls in the last 15 minutes and I feel fabulous! We’re going to create…

Get Ready To Be Wowed!

When it comes to annual sales event, Harrods one of the most prestigious and prominent names in retail knows how to put on a sale. To kick off their Annual Winter sale, which took place on Boxer Day or December 26th 2014, the day after Christmas, Harrods rolled out a red carpet at the entrances of their London flagship store. Customers waiting outside to shop the event were treated to hot chocolate, mince pieces and pastries while they were entertained by a string quartet and dancers. And blankets were provided to keep the guests warm before going inside. The sales…

Winning TAG Heuer Time

The heat is on at Wimbledon Stadium in London, England this weekend as the 2015 Wimbledon Tennis tournament comes to an end with the Women’s and Men’s finals taking place this Saturday and Sunday respectively. Top-seeded Serbian men’s player Novak Djokovic faces off against French player Richard Gasquet today in the semi-finals. Meanwhile, British player Andy Murray faces Swiss player Roger Federer in the other Men’s Semifinals later today. Tomorrow top-seeded women’s player American Serena Williams will face Garbine Muguruza of Spain in the Women’s Finals. This will be Williams’ fourth tournament win of the year if she takes the…

NBA Final Frenzy

The NBA Finals started last night at the Oracle Arena in Oakland CA. The Golden State Warriors hosted the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Warriors defeated the Cavaliers 108-100.   Although the Cavaliers lost, player LeBron James scored the most points of the evening with 44 points over the Warriors star player Stephen Curry with 33 points. Regardless of last night’s game, there are still at least three to four more games to go in the finals with next one being played on Sunday at the Oracle Arena as well. The Warriors are the favorites to win the series this year. Oakland…

Automatic Time-Keepers

Automatic wristwatches are in a league of their own. Nothing compares to prestige and performance of an automatic timepiece. From the smooth operation featured on the dial with the sweeping second hand operating in a fluid rotation to the intricate mechanical movement inside, revealed on many skeleton dials and casebacks, it is easy to recognize the superior attributes  of automatic timepieces. In 1770, Abraham Louis Perrelet introduced the first automatic timepiece with a pocket watch model designed to operate when the watch wearer started walking. It featured an oscillating weight that moved up and down. Before Perrelet’s self-winding mechanism, mechanical watches required…

Winning Miami Open Style

All eyes in the tennis world will be on Key Biscayne, FL this weekend for the finals of the 2015 Miami Open.  Today the Men’s Singles Semi-Finals and Women’s Doubles Semi-Finals will be played at the Crandon Park Tennis Center in Miami. Tomorrow, the Women’s Singles Final and Men’s Doubles Final will be played. The tournament concludes on Sunday with the Men’s Singles Final and Women’s Doubles Final. Popular American tennis pro American Serena Williams is the favorite to victor in the Women’s Final on Saturday against Spanish player Carla Suarez-Navarro, while Serbian Novak Djokovic and Britain’s Andy Murray are…

Springtime Watch Flings

Today marks the first day of Spring and there is no better time to be ready for the new season than with some new fashions and accessories that capture the essence of Spring. Suede shirts and pleated pants for men are making a big comeback this year. Both fashion staples of seasons past, are expected to be popular this season and future ones to come. Bright psychedelic print shirts, all white sneakers and patchwork patterns are also expected to be very big this spring, as are zippered shirts, collared bomber jackets and extra-long shirts too. Classic blue, toasted almond, titanium…

Winter Wrist Warm-Ups…

There is no doubt about it, winter is here. Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog Day yesterday and Americans in most parts of the nation can expect six more weeks of winter. Incidentally the Northeast and Midwest experienced snowstorms in the past few days, teamed with blistering cold temperatures. Flights in New York City and most of the Northeast were cancelled on Monday. Below zero wind chills faced residents in Chicago and Detroit, where record snowfalls of sixteen or more inches fell over the weekend. Boston was hit with 16 inches of snow on Monday, paralyzing the city, which…