June 20, 2017

A new classicism in the IWC Da Vinci

When IWC decided to refresh its Da Vinci family of watches a decade ago, it introduced a unique tonneau-shaped case that harked back to the hexagonal case that defined Da Vinci watches in the 1970s. It garnered a cult following for its distinctive silhouette and the innovations IWC would introduce in the family.
May 31, 2017

Tudor’s Heritage Black Bay scales up

The saying, “bigger is better”, might now always hold true, but in the case of Tudor’s new Heritage Black Bay timepiece, it certainly does. Previously clocking in at 36mm in diameter, the emblematic model is now presented in a 41mm case, which is a good 5mm larger than its predecessor.
May 31, 2017

Watch of the month: Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch

When Neil Armstrong first stepped on the moon on July 20, 1969, he proclaimed it a “giant leap for mankind”.
May 31, 2017

Bell & Ross crafts mean horological machines with the new Renault Sport F1 Team timepieces

The limited-edition watches are engineered for performance and precision
May 31, 2017

Bell & Ross takes a minimal approach the Horograph and Horolum

The timepieces are inspired by Bauhaus design principles
July 31, 2015

Tudor North Flag

July 15, 2015

Don’t Crack Under Pressure

July 10, 2015

BR03 Rafale – Limited Edition of 500 Pieces

The Meeting Of Two Outstanding Companies Inspired by the history of aviation and its technological advances, Bell & Ross collections pay homage to the key periods […]
June 8, 2015

Blue Steel: The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Goodplanet

Inspired by its rich, enduring maritime legacy, OMEGA set out to create the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M GoodPlanet GMT, an innovative and sporty wristwatch that serves […]