New 2017 Hublot Watch Collection

Hublot remains a relative newcomer to the world of luxury Swiss watches, with the company being founded as recently as 1980. Nevertheless, in the space of a few decades, their timepieces have emerged as some of the most sought after in the world and new releases from the brand that pioneered the ‘Art of Fusion‘ are highly anticipated.

In this post, we take a closer look at the main Hublot offerings showcased at this year’s Baselworld event.

1. Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph

Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph 70th Anniversary Limited Edition

Perhaps the most newsworthy addition to the Hublot catalogue this year comes in the form of the Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph, which has been designed in conjunction with the Italian car company Ferrari in order to mark their 70th anniversary. The watch is available in three versions – King Gold, PEEK Carbon, and Titanium

An entirely new model, rather than a re-design of an existing one, the timepiece has an architectural and bridged design. Its powered by the in-house HUB6310 manual-wound caliber, has a single-button chronograph function and a flying tourbillon. However, it is a limited edition model, with each of the three versions getting just 70 models each.

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New 2017 Audemars Piguet Watch Collection

Audemars Piguet SIHH 2017 Royal Oak Chronograph Diver NEW REVIEW

In January, at the Salon International de la Haute Horologerie (SIHH), Audemars Piguet unveiled their latest range of new watches. This year, the focus from the manufacturer has primarily been about giving face-lifts or visual adaptations to existing models, with one very notable and obvious exception.

Here, we take a closer look at the range of new AP watches for 2017 and how they differ from predecessors.

1. Royal Oak Chronograph 20th Anniversary

Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph SIHH Anniversary New Review

In order to mark the 20th anniversary of the original Royal Oak Chronograph, Audemars Piguet unveiled a total of eight new model variations, helping to give the collection a face-lift. All of these models keep the basics of the Royal Oak Chronograph 41mm, released in 2012, but the primary change is the switch to two-tone dials.

This means that every dial has sub-dials of a contrasting color, with options including black and white, white and black, blue and grey, grey and blue, blue and rose gold, and chocolate and rose gold. Three of the new models are available in all stainless steel, four are made from rose gold and one combines titanium and platinum.

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Rolex Air-King vs Oyster Perpetual – COMPARISON

Video comparison between the Rolex Air-King, reference number 116900, versus the Rolex Oyster Perpetual, reference number 114300. We’ll be going over the price, dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp, and we’ll talk about the movement towards the end of the video.

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Comparison Transcript: Rolex Air-king 116900 vs Rolex Oyster Perpetual 114300

Video comparison between the Rolex Air-King, reference number 116900, versus the Rolex Oyster Perpetual reference number 114300. We’ll be going over the price, dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp, and we’ll talk about the movement towards the end of the video. As of April 2017, you can get the Air-King at the authorized Rolex retailer for 6,200 dollars, or you can get it for as low as 5,700 dollars at JazTime. For the Oyster Perpetual, you can get this at an authorized Rolex retailer for 5,700 dollars, or you can get it at JazTime for as low as 4,600 dollars. As we go through the differences between each watch, we’ll see if we can justify the difference in pricing between these two watches

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Rolex Milgauss vs Rolex Explorer II COMPARISON

Today we’ll be comparing the Rolex Milgauss, reference number 116400GV, with blue dial and green sapphire chrystal. We’ll be comparing it against the Rolex Explorer II, with a black dial and Steel GMT-Bezel, reference number 216570. We’ll be talking about the price, the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp and the movement towards the end of the video

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Comparison Transcript: Rolex Milguass vs Rolex Explorer II

Today we’ll be comparing the Rolex Milgauss, reference number 116400GV. We’ll be comparing it against the Rolex Explorer 2, in the black, reference number 216570. We’ll be talking about the price, the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp and the movement towards the end of the video. As of January 2017, you can get the Rolex Milgauss at a Rolex retailer for $8,200. Or you can get it at JazTime for as low as $6,550. For the Explorer II, same thing, as of January, 2017 you can get this at a Rolex retailer for $8,100 or at JazTime for $6,750. Continue reading “Rolex Milgauss vs Rolex Explorer II COMPARISON”

BLACK vs BLUE Rolex Submariner Two-Tone Rolesor COMPARISON

Today we’re gonna be reviewing the Rolex Submariner Rolesor (Two Tone: steel and yellow gold) in two different colors. On my right is gonna be the blue Submariner and on the left is gonna be the black Submariner. Both of them are a 116613. Now let’s take a look at the difference. Now obviously since these have the same model number of 116613, they’re gonna have pretty much all the same features and well it’s the same features.

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Comparison Transcript: BLACK vs. BLUE Rolex Submariner

Today we’re gonna be reviewing the Rolex Submariner in two different colors. On my right is gonna be the blue Submariner and on the left is gonna be the black Submariner. Both of them are a 116613. Now let’s take a look at the difference. Now obviously since these have the same model number of 116613, they’re gonna have pretty much all the same features and well it’s the same features.

Comparison of the dial:

Roled Two Tone Submariner Black and Blue Dial Comparison

The difference being, obviously you see the one on the right is blue and the one on the left is black. Now is that the only difference? Well, in fact pretty much yes. The clasp, the bracelet, the case, the crown, they’re all gonna be the same. The only difference is one is blue and one is black. Now where is it blue and where is it black?

You can see on this bezel here that my right finger is going around, that’s all blue. And along with the dial. And you can see on your left here that this is all black on the bezel and all black on dial. And that’s pretty much the difference. Now we made this video because a lot of you guys at home can’t decide between black or blue. And we wanna put them side by side so that you can do it from home and decide, do I wanna go with black or do I wanna go with blue?

Blue dial or Black Dial?

Roled Two Tone Submariner Blue Dial Bezel Comparison

Now I’m gonna give you some hints from my personal taste on this. Because I’ve seen more than 10,000 watches and most people, in general, when they’re picking up the two-tone Submariner, they’re looking for the blue one. The blue one you see on the right. And that’s because blue, it’s more of a special color than the black one and it’s specific to just the two-tone and the white gold. Whereas black, you see here, it can look similar to both the stainless and the yellow gold.

Differences in text:

Roled Two Tone Submariner Blue Dial text Comparison

All right? You’ll also notice here, the dial is slightly different between the black one and the blue one. What do you notice about the writing in the black one? The writing here is actually white. Whereas on the blue one, what color is the writing? The writing is actually gold.

Which submariner is right for you?

Roled Two Tone Submariner Blue Dial Wrist Comparison

Okay, now I’m gonna try this on my wrist and let you guys see what you think. What do you think would be good for you guys? Leave it in the comments below. What do you prefer? Do you prefer this black one that you see, black and gold. Or do you guys prefer more the blue one that you see on my right wrist? Which one would you wanna wear? Black or blue? Leave it in the comments section below.

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Rolex Datejust Factory vs. Custom Diamond Bezel COMPARISON

Today we are comparing two 31mm Lady Rolex Datejust (178384) Watches.  We are comparing the one on the left which has the original factory diamond dial and bezel, with the one on the right which has an after market custom diamond dial and bezel. You can already see that the difference is hard to spot but as you can imagine the difference in price is HUGE!

Just to make it clear: Both have REAL diamonds in similar size, quality and quantity, but the dial and bezel for the Lady Datejust on the left has been produced by the Rolex Factory and assebled that way in the Rolex Factory. The dial and bezel for the Lady Datejust on the right where produced by a different company and added to a basic Datejust Model by an expert swiss watchmaker. Lets discuss the differences.

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Comparison Transcript: Original Factory Bezel vs Custom Aftermarket Bezel

Today we’ll be doing a comparison between two Rolex Datejust Watches. The Datejust reference number is 178384. We’ll be going over the price and the general aesthetics of the watch, mainly because everything about the watch, everything about the watch besides the bezel and the dials are going to be different. So the movement, the case, the bracelet, the crown, everything else is going to be the exact same. The one on my left here is the factory original Datejust with the reference number 178384.

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Rolex SUBMARINER vs. DEEPSEA Sea-Dweller COMPARISON

Today we’ll be comparing two different Rolex watches. We have the Rolex Submariner diver’s watch, reference number 116610LN, versus the Rolex Deepsea the professional diver’s watch ,reference number 116660. We’ll be comparing the price, the dial, the bezel, the case, the crown, the bracelet, and we’ll also talk about the movement towards the end.

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Comparison Transcript: Rolex Submariner vs Rolex Deepsea

Today we’ll be comparing two different Rolex watches. We have the Rolex Submariner diver’s watch, reference number 116610LN, versus the Rolex Deepsea the professional diver’s watch ,reference number 116660. We’ll be comparing the price, the dial, the bezel, the case, the crown, the bracelet, and we’ll also talk about the movement towards the end.

So, as of November 2016, you can purchase the Rolex Submariner at a Rolex retail store for $8,450, or you can get it for as low as $7,800 at JazTime. For the Rolex Deepsea as of November 2016, you can purchase this at a retail Rolex shop for $12,050, or you can get it for as low as $9,700 at JazTime.

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Rolex Submariner New vs Used – COMPARISON

Today we’re gonna compare new and used Rolex watches. So let’s take a look first at the new one. What I’m gonna show you is how the new one looks in comparison to the used one, why you might want to buy the used one, and perhaps why you might wanna buy the new one, and what the difference are, what you might get, what the bang for the buck might be, and a couple of reasons why you might wanna go one way or another.

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Comparison Transcript: New vs Used Submariner

Welcome to Jaztime. Today we’re gonna compare new and used Rolex watches. So let’s take a look first at the new one. What I’m gonna show you is how the new one looks in comparison to the used one, why you might want to buy the used one, and perhaps why you might wanna buy the new one, and what the difference are, what you might get, what the bang for the buck might be, and a couple of reasons why you might wanna go one way or another.

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New 2017 Rolex Sky-Dweller Rolesor from Baselworld

The Sky Dweller collection was first introduced in 2012, and is arguably the most complicated and bold Rolex timepiece of recent times, thanks to its large case size, dual-time capabilities, 24-hour display, date window and month display functions. As a result, it has been marketed as an ideal traveller’s watch.

Until this year, the Sky Dweller was only available in precious metals like Everose gold, white gold and yellow gold, often retailing upwards of $45,000. At Baselworld 2017, however, the manufacturer introduced two new versions, featuring combinations of gold and stainless steel, giving them a more accessible price.

Here, we take a closer look at the two new models and what they have to offer.

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Rolex Milgauss 116400GV Blue & Rolex Datejust II 116300 – COMPARISON

Today we’ll be doing a comparison between two Rolex watches. First of my left, we have the Rolex Milgauss, reference number 116400GV. On my right, we have the Datejust 2 at 41 millimeter. Reference number 116300. We’ll be going over the price, dial, bezels, case, crown, bracelet, class, and the movement, towards the end of the video

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Comparison Transcript: Rolex Milguass vs Rolex Datejust II

Today we’ll be doing a comparison between two Rolex watches. First of my left, we have the Rolex Milgauss, reference number 116400GV. On my right, we have the Datejust 2 at 41 millimeter. Reference number 116300. We’ll be going over the price, dial, bezels, case, crown, bracelet, class, and the movement, towards the end of the video. So the pricing for the Rolex Milgauss, you can get this at a Rolex retailer for $8200. Or you can get it at JazTime for as low as $6550. And as of January, 2017, for the Datejust II, you can get this at a Rolex retailer for $7150. Or you can get it at JazTime for as low as $5600.

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