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 |  Aug 10 2013, 10:00 AM


With the Ford Mustang celebrating its 50th anniversary next April, the American automaker is readying plenty of accessories to commemorate the occasion.

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 |  May 03 2012, 7:45 PM

To commemorate the 85th anniversary of the world’s most demanding racetrack, Nordschleife has released its 1927 24-hour wristwatches to the general public.

The track, most well-known for the 24 Hours of Nürburgring originally opened for business back on June 18th, 1927 under the name of “Mountain, Racing and Testing Track.” And to make it the perfect companion to those attending the famed race, the timepiece from Nordschleife has its dials displaying all 24 hours of the day, as opposed to the more traditional 12 on conventional watches.

The stainless-steel timepieces are available in 1.4 or 1.7 inch cases in either white or black. Pricing is affordable too, at around $110 for the smaller piece, and $140 for the larger one. Those interested in purchasing the watch may have some difficulty telling time at first, due to its 24-hour setup.

A black leather strap accompanies the stainless-steel case while a Swiss quartz movement keeps time precise.

GALLERY: Nordschleife 1927 Timepieces


 |  Jul 05 2011, 10:11 PM


Luxurious timepieces are one of those essential accessories for any man that appreciates the finer things in life. Whether it’s to match their outfit or their car, wristwatches are often themed to complement the man’s other symbols of status. Mansory has been known to build some of the most extravagant luxury cars in the world, from custom luxury Rolls-Royces to sporty Ferraris. What they haven’t had, until now, is a timepiece to match their vehicles for their customers to really enjoy a Mansory way-of-life.

The 47-mm steel cased timepiece is a product from the collaboration of Graham-London and Mansory. The theme for the watch naturally was influenced by Mansory products and it’s no surprise the dial is made of carbon fiber while the steel bezel, decorated by the “Clous de Paris” resembles the artistic performance of Mansory vehicles. On the inside is a Calibre G1734 with 48 hours power reserve, which is visible through a smoked, see-through sapphire crystal in the back featuring a Mansory logo. The strap is made of black rubber, which is a nice and subtle touch, and also sports the Graham and Mansory logos. The Chronofighter Oversize will be limited to just 50 pieces and can be purchase from Mansory or any of its partners worldwide.

GALLERY: Graham Chronofighter Oversize Mansory

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 |  Nov 13 2010, 4:26 PM

If you’ve ever wanted a watch that would get your style racing, strap on the Pirelli PZero Disk_O wristwatch – it’ll take you from 0 to cool in 10 seconds flat.

Better known for their tires, Pirelli has been releasing plenty of branded swag overseas. The company has put out everything from clothing and sneakers to sexy calendars and films. This time (pun intended), Pirelli has launched collection of watches inspired by the industrial elegance of disk brakes.

The PZero Disk_O’s case is made of anodized aluminum that is designed in the shape of a ventilated brake disc, while the button cluster mimics the shape of a caliper that stops the disc. Its case comes in either black or steel gray. This watch has Swiss chronograph quartz movement that will ensure accurate time-keeping.

What’s cool about this timepiece is its anodized aluminum bezel rotates through the caliper just like a real brake disc. And, just like the brakes on the supercars, the caliper can be ordered in different colors: red, yellow, black or steel gray.

You won’t find any steel bracelets or leather bands on the PZero Disk_O – it’s held on by a rubber strap that has been styled after racing slicks.