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De Bethune DB28 Yellow Tones and DB21 Maxichrono Re-edition
29 Apr 2019
De Bethune DB28 Yellow Tones and DB21 Maxichrono Re-edition
An independent brand shows a different take on two of its milestones. And just how much can you do with just yellow oxidised titanium and some clever dial tweaks?
Greubel Forsey GMT Quadruple Tourbillon: When Two Mega-watches Collide
28 Apr 2019
Greubel Forsey GMT Quadruple Tourbillon: When Two Mega-watches Collide
The new piece obviously inherits much of its highlights from the GMT Earth and the Quadruple Tourbillon, however it wouldn’t be a Greubel Forsey without some crazy cool extras.
Bvlgari Bvlgari: A Never-ending Circle
26 Apr 2019
Bvlgari Bvlgari: A Never-ending Circle
Bronze cases, interchangeable straps, two-tone ladies’ bracelets, and strong timeless aesthetics.
Chopard Mille Miglia Classic Chronograph Zagato 100th Anniversary Edition
25 Apr 2019
Chopard Mille Miglia Classic Chronograph Zagato 100th Anniversary Edition
Chopard's tribute to the 100th anniversary of its racing partner is a combination of several classical auto-inspired features including a three-eye chronograph layout, some vintage vibe, and a bund strap.
Long Live the Crown: Rolex history
24 Apr 2019
Long Live the Crown: Rolex history
No matter how deep you are into watches, there is one brand you’re definitely more than aware of. And while the tastes may differ, Rolex is the most recognizable watch company on Earth for quite a number of reasons, including precision, robustness, and timeless designs.
NOMOS Tangente Sport Neomatik: 42-mm Wide and on a Bracelet!
24 Apr 2019
NOMOS Tangente Sport Neomatik: 42-mm Wide and on a Bracelet!
With its largest piece to date, the German brand makes an unexpected move towards the overcrowded market of steel sport watches. And all this without tweaking the essential NOMOS design codes too much.
The Rise of a Nautilus: The History of the Essential Patek Philippe Collection
23 Apr 2019
The Rise of a Nautilus: The History of the Essential Patek Philippe Collection
In retrospect, the success of essential Patek collection follows a fundamental ‘no risk – no glory’ rule. Nowadays the brand’s catalog is unthinkable without the Nautilus, but forty-something years ago, in the midst of the quartz crisis, its premiere seemed quite an adventurous move.
Strom Nethuns II Colorum: A Colourful Diver to Make a Statement
22 Apr 2019
Strom Nethuns II Colorum: A Colourful Diver to Make a Statement
Big, bold, and colourful, this piece is by no means subtle and may be quite polarizing. But if you’re after some funky watch that turns heads, you can’t really go wrong with it.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 2019: Meet new family members
21 Apr 2019
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 2019: Meet new family members
Every year Audemars Piguet has something new for the Royal Oak lovers. This time, there’s a new color combination for the Royal Oak ‘Jumbo’ Extra-Thin, four new chronographs for the smaller wrist, a luscious Frosted Gold Chronograph with purple dial, the Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin with case and bracelet in black ceramic, and a crazy cool openworked variant with ‘rainbow’ bezel.
A Unique Exhibition Supporting Geneva Watch Auction: NINE
19 Apr 2019
A Unique Exhibition Supporting Geneva Watch Auction: NINE
The spring auctions are at the gates, and if you’re already packing for a trip to Geneva, be sure not to miss the exhibition of some stunning horological artifacts by thirteen independent watchmakers of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military: Where’s my Battleship?
18 Apr 2019
Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military: Where’s my Battleship?
Arguably the most casual and sporty-looking line in the Marine collection gets two additional navy-inspired limited versions. And those case back images are really cool.
Czapek Sands of Time: Not Your Usual Hourglass
17 Apr 2019
Czapek Sands of Time: Not Your Usual Hourglass
Joining forces with the Czech glassmakers from Moser, the watch brand delivers a rather unexpected, yet extremely stylish desktop time measuring instrument.