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Go beyond the sweaters and boots this winter show off your style on your wrist. with watches from brands like Rolex, Cartier, and Breitling, you'll want to check the time as often as possible

Rolex Wristwatches

The history of Rolex is inextricably linked to the visionary spirit of Hans Wilsdorf, its founder. In 1905, at the age of 24, Hans Wilsdorf founded a company in London specialising in the distribution of timepieces.

ROLEX - 39mm Pearlmaster Masterpiece

Cartier Wristwatches

Cartier is known for making wearable items for the nobility of old, and for those who want to feel a bit regal today. Cartier is a wonderfully managed brand when it comes to keeping that French sense of classic luxury alive.

Men's Cartier Tank

Breitling Wristwatches

ince 1884 Breitling has been a true pioneer in pilots watches. The brand invented the chronograph in its current form of two push-pieces that all other watch brands now use.

Breitling Navitimer

citizen eco-drive Wristwatches

Since its foundation in 1930, CITIZEN has promoted a multi-cultural mindset that fosters excellence and creativity. The very name of the brand conveys a deep respect toward craftsmanship and considered as familiar by citizens the world-over.

New Citizen Time GPS

Omega Wristwatches

The "Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph" was the first watch on the Moon, worn by Buzz Aldrin. Although Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong was first to set foot on the moon, he left his 105.012 Speedmaster inside the Lunar Module as a backup because the LM's electronic timer had malfunctioned. Buzz Aldrin elected to wear his and so his Speedmaster became the first watch to be worn on the moon.

Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph

Tag Heuer Wristwatches

Ever since 1860, TAG Heuer has successfully embraced a number of contrasting elements; heritage and innovation, prestige and performance, sport and glamour. Today, we’re one of the world’s largest luxury watch brands, always pushing the boundaries of watchmaking technology with the creativity of our staff, the range of their expertise and depth of their experience.

TAG Heuer Monaco

Bulova Wristwatches

Bulova became a renowned watch company in 1923. Bulova produced the first advertisement broadcast on radio in 1926, announcing the first beep of history: ‘At the tone, it’s eight o’clock, Bulova Watch Time’, an announcement heard by millions of Americans

Bulova sea king

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Taking a Vacation on a Budget


Most people don't really exploit all the fare search options that the Internet gives them. They check the airline websites, and then they have a couple of favored travel websites – like Farecast or Kyak. They don't really think about how these things could run a lot deeper. Taking a vacation on a budget can be quite challenging in these times of runaway inflation. There are basically two things you have to do, and do well if you are to keep within your budget. Find the lowest fares, and you don't make sure that you understand how best to use any rewards travel programs that you can find.

Let's start with the low fares thing. It isn't as easy these days as it used to be to find these. To begin with, not every fare website lists every airline. The airlines sometimes just pull their listings from the major travel websites and the tell you to come directly to their website if you want to fly with them.

Some airlines like JetBlue, mostly use Twitter to announce their cheapest fares. You won't find those fares anywhere else. In short, there's no one place you can go for all your information.

Basically, you need to put a list together of all the fare serving places that you need to check with. There are a few important ones. The first thing you have to do is to check out the major places – Expedia and Orbitz and so on.

After that, you need to cover the websites that do their searches on multiple travel websites – FareCompare and Kayak come to mind. Looking at ITASoftware and Airfare Watchdog could really give you the extra edge. ITA Software is the database that all the other travel portals check with for their information. And Airfare Watchdog is a place that has information from real people.

It's not one of those automated deals. People, when they come by great fares, post this information on this website. These are about all the different services that you have to keep in mind if you're hell-bent on taking a vacation on a budget.

Finding the lowest and most competitive fare is only one part of what you have to do though. The other part has to do with finding and using a rewards travel program. Before you part with any cash, you really want to see if a frequent flyer program or a credit card reward program can help you.

It wouldn't be a bad idea to look for a credit card that rewards your spending with travel points they could redeem on airfares, hotel stays and so on.