Follow tim_mosso on Instagram VOTE ON TONIGHT'S POLL: https://strawpoll.com/4ekzzy9s Best Article of The Week: http://watchesbysjx.com/2018/03/ringing-in-the-changes-explaining-the-greubel-forsey-grande-sonnerie.html Multistreaming with https://restream.io/ Tonight, Tim Mosso discusses the week's luxury watch news for those who collect and buy watches. We open with a face-off: Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch vs. Breitling Navitimer Heritage. The most iconic of Omega watches finds itself pitted against a natural rival: the most iconic of Breitling watches. It's a pilot's watch comparison for the ages with you, the viewer, as the ultimate judge. In addition to our pilot's chronograph watch battle, we review the new luxury watch debuts from the week prior. Richard Mille has launched the Richard Mille RM 11-03 McLaren, a limited edition flyback chronograph with an annual calendar and a case manufacturer from TPT carbon fiber. Only 500 examples of this new Richard Mille watch will be manufactured, and owners of the McLaren Ultimate Series will receive purchase priority; you had better get on the McLaren Senna waitlist if you want to strap on this Richard Mille watch. But has Richard Mille jumped the shark with this new chronograph? Tim and guest Justin Mastine-Frost discuss. Arnold & Son enters the world time watch segment with the new Arnold & Son Globetrotter worldtimer. This new stainless steel automatic watch is hand-finished, artisanal in its construction, and relatively reasonable in price. Can Arnold & Son watches ever crack the mainstream market, or are models like the Globetrotter actually intended to attract a more studied niche of watch collectors? Tim and Justin discuss the announcement of a partnership between Swiss luxury watch brand TAG Heuer and supercar manufacturer Aston Martin. Two new TAG Heuer models, the Carrera Caliber Heuer 01 Aston Martin and the Formula One Aston Martin will be offered. Is this marriage of TAG Heuer and Aston Martin a natural fit? Is it better for one brand than the other? We - and our audience - decide. Finally we have two news items that deserve special attention from watch buyers. First, IWC has declared its intention to offer Santoni leather accessories from select IWC watch boutiques. Second, we bring you the best article of the week as written by a member of the luxury watch collecting journalist fraternity: "Ringing In the Changes: Explaining the Greubel Forsey Grande Sonnerie," by SJX. Remember to like, comment, and subscribe for more great content from WatchBox Studios.