It’s This Week in Watches for November 24, 2019 and we come to you not long before Thanksgiving – that awesome tradition that includes stuffing your face and snoring on the couch.  Let’s check whether we can help battle acid reflux with some watch news…

DAEM x Basquiat Watches

Brooklyn-based DAEM Watches sent us information on three new pieces that tie into the works of famous artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.  The watches will release on December fourth and each feature a work by Basquiat on the dial alongside a strap intended to fit the subject of the piece.

There’s Undicovered Genius (which incorporates a piece commonly known as “Skull”), Now’s the Time (this honors a Charlie Parker melody of a similar name), and Warrior (honoring Basquiat’s primitive portraits.

At 40mm with a sapphire crystal, I am speculating that these utilization a Swiss Ronda quartz movement.  Pricing will range from $425 – $1,250 (permitting, ya know) and the watches will become accessible on December 4th.  Head to the or visit quite a few NYC-based gallery shops to see them in person.

Vacheron Overseas Back to Black

Just the other evening, I was at a Christmas party rocking out to AC/DC’s “Back in Black”.  Perhaps I ought to have been wearing the new Vacheron Constantin Overseas “Back to Black” that we’re appearing here on This Week in watches.  Vacheron sent us word of two new impeccable models inside the assortment: a 41mm men’s dual time with a dark lacquer dial and a 33mm woman quartz model.  The men’s piece features oneself winding 5110 DT and comes on bracelet, yet additionally dispatches with a dark alligator strap.

Maybe my reading is as yet suffering from all that dance floor work, however I don’t see much in reference to the “iced-out” bezel on the woman version, yet it looks pretty great from here.  The men’s version will sell for 20,300 Euros in Germany and the woman quartz will retail for 14,300 Euros.  More data can be found on VC’s official site.

Emile Chouriet Challenger Black & Gold

Next up on This Week in Watches is a piece from smaller Geneva-based brand, Emile Chouriet.  We have a dark pvd-covered 40mm impeccable watch with an ETA-based automatic.  I’d say this has somewhat of a Hublot vibe making it work and has a coordinating dark cordura strap.  At 1,160 CHF, you can investigate the brand’s once it’s listed.

Tempore Lux “Vintage One”

Next up on This Week in Watches is an arrangement from a start-up brand by the name of “Tempore Lux”.  The founder hails from Mallorca, Germany Spain and is a major aficionado of vintage watches.  The result of his interests are a three-hand diver and chronograph in a 44mm “squarish” case.  The watches are accessible with either Sellita SW200/510 automatics or Seiko SII NE15/Meca-Quartz relying upon whether you pick the normal or chrono respectively.  Tempore Lux has dispatched on Kickstarter, yet has passed up their underlying subsidizing requirements.  You can in any case fit the bill for lower than “retail” pricing, however by following to the promotion.  The brand’s official site can be found .

Timex Falcon Eye 38mm

Next up on This Week in Watches is a reissued Timex in the Falcon Eye 38mm.  With some wild 70’s styling, this piece has a case that really reminds me a great deal of similar period Grand/King Seiko pieces.  So, in a word, I burrow it.  Plus, this model is two-tone and comes on a sweet multi-interface bracelet.  With 50 meters of water resistance, the electric blue-dialed model will come in at a vacation blessing friendly 179 Euros.  Timex is killing it right now for certain truly kitschy fun pieces – one just needs to wonder what took them so long!  Head for more details.

Eberhard & Co. 1887

We haven’t heard from Eberhard in some time, however here they are on This Week in Watches with their new “1887”.   The 1887 is a manual breeze (utilizing the EB 140) dress model in a 41.8mm case.  With a Clous de Paris dial finish, the watch can be had with either gold or rhodium-plated Roman numerals.  What stood out to me is that notwithstanding an alligator strap, a patterned Jacquard silk strap can be picked and that’s pretty different looking – in a decent way!

The 9.6mm thick case likewise features a presentation back where the development can be seen.  The watches will be priced at 3,640 CHF on silk and 3,720 CHF on alligator.  Head to the authority – in spite of the fact that data doesn’t appear to be accessible very yet.


Next up on This Week in Watches, Hamilton has collaborated with Japanese stylemaker POGGYTHEMAN to breathe some life into the Ventura.  Apparently, the watch has consistently been one of Poggy’s favorite pieces (he’s a colossal Elvis fan as well) thus it bodes well for him to have worked with the Ventura.  We are treated to a PVD-covered 32.3 x 50.3mm version that features pink accents.  The strap is dark calf.  The piece can be seen on Hamilton’s however is accessible for purchase on for 895 Euros.

Moser for Dubai Watch Week

While RJ and Balazs swallow champagne over on the hills of Dubai, a few of us need to remain back, work and drink Rottkäpchen Sekt.  Such as life.  Hopefully they ran into the 2 new Moser pieces that were created for Dubai Watch Week.  A 10-piece restricted version with fumé dial utilizes the rectangular Swiss Alp Watch with a DLC-treated case.  The second is a 9-piece ladies’ watch with a beige toned dial.  It utilizes the Endeavor case and is set with precious stones on the bezel. Moser is for the most part ready with news releases on their , however I don’t see anything…keep checking!

NOMOS Tangente in Midnight Blue

Last up for This Week in Watches are new Tangente models with 12 PM blue dials and white or yellow gold hands.  In 38mm, the watches retail for 1,620 Euros and in 35mm, for 1,460 Euros.  Both are furnished with the in-house “Alpha” hand winding caliber and with their darker dials, are perfectly fit to the upcoming occasion season.  The larger has white printing while the smaller uses gold.  Head to the for more information.

Folks, that is it for This Week in Watches – appreciate the rest of the end of the week and may you win in the struggle of the wishbone!