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The Donald Trump Watch Collection

In 2005 Trump released the Donald J. Trump Signature Collection of watches. In 2006 Trump ceased production of the Donald J. Trump Signature Collection of watches. The collection featured around 20 pieces and since production only lasted around  1 year, there isn’t a lot of information about this collection. About 20 models were produced that year. It became the first and final year of the watch brand, making it an ultra rare assortment of watches to own. Donald Trump.. Read More

How to Replace an Oscillating Weight Axel

An oscillating weight axel is the small pinion that supports the oscillating weight in an automatic watch. The weight rotates with the motion of your wrist and the axel supports the weight and is normally held in place with a jewel.  If you drop or bump your watch very hard, you can break the axel. Also if the watch is not serviced on a regular basis, the axel can wear.. Read More

How to put a Watch in Beat

With the power released, if the watch is in beat the pallet fork will be centered between the banking pins on the main plate. It is usually fairly easy to see if the pallet fork is centered. It is put in beat by turning the hairspring collett on the balance staff. On some watches, it is difficult to see the pallet since it is sometimes covered up by the hairspring.. Read More

Watches Worn by Top Tennis Players

Serena Williams set a milestone  last weekend. To begin with, she won the 2017 Australian Open, defeating her sister Venus and making her 23rd Open title.  Williams took the win while wearing a stunning Audemars Piguet Millenary diamond watch on her wrist. A long-time brand ambassador for Audemars Piguet, Williams is often seen sporting an Audemars Piguet on her wrist. During this Open, however, she even wore the  watch during play… Read More