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The Movado history

The Movado history

A lavishly illustrated history of Movado from its roots in the Jura Mountains in 1881 through more than a century of tradition and technological advancement. Over the years, Movado earned a reputation for pioneering the art of wristwatches, high-precision movements, and watches with complications, as well as water-resistant watches, and their accomplishments are celebrated here in 250 color photos and informative text.

Andy Warhol Times

Movado

Esperanto-Movado en Britio

Esperanto-Movado en Britio

Fonto: Wikipedia. Pa o: 51. apitro: Britaj Esperanto-asocioj, Britaj esperantistoj, Esperanto-movado en Skotlando, Marjorie Boulton, Listo de britaj esperantistoj, Paul Gubbins, Reto Mario Rossetti, Horace Barks, Alfred John Adams, John C. Wells, Rolf Fantom, Harry Holmes, Duncan Charters, John Dinwoodie, Frank Maitland, Heinrich August Luyken, Frederick William Alexander, Lawrence Mee, Montagu Christie Butler, Harold Bolingbroke Mudie, Jean Bomford, Charles William Ballard, Joseph Rhodes,...

Vibe

Vibe

Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.

News feed

Redondo Beach police say armed robber steals $5K in Movado watches from Macy's

The Macy's at the South Bay Galleria in Redondo Beach was evacuated on Thursday following reports of a possible armed theft suspect. Redondo Beach police received multiple calls from shoppers around noon about a man inside the store smashing cases and ...

Screenless Wearables and New Means of Interaction

The latest entries come via luxury watchmaker Movado, with help from HP, but there are other interesting examples, including the Chronos add-on disc for traditional watches, that are coming soon. I think the limitations of a screenless device could ...

Police search for armed watch thief who struck Macy’s at the South Bay Galleria

The thief used a gun to smash a jewelry store display case on the first floor. He then grabbed handfuls of luxury Movado watches and ran out. The loss was estimated at $5,500, Freeman said. Though they saw him flee the store in video footage, heavily armed ...

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