Bell & Ross’s khaki-clad BR 03-94 bears testament to the BR family’s design longevity and versatility
Thick, heavy, outsized dive watches are U-Boat’s forte, and the Chimera Net is the latest from the brand, with a twist on the layered dial aesthetic
Hermès continues to push the envelope in the field of metiers d’art, with the Arceau Tigre, which debuts a new technique previously unseen in watchmaking
Seiko’s high watchmaking department finally makes its first Grand Seiko timepiece, the Spring Drive 8 Day Power Reserve (Ref. SBGD001)
Breguet’s signature worldtimer, the Hora Mundi, is reintroduced with a less ornate look
Bell & Ross decided this year that space cowboys could use a chronograph to call their own, so enter the BR-X1 Hyperstellar.
Meet Frederique Constant’s Slimline Manufacture Perpetual Calendar, by far the most accessible example of this high complication yet.
Jaquet Droz has unveiled new references of its Grande Seconde Off-Centered watches in steel, for a more attainable version of the same iconic design.
The 910 Anniversary reinforces Sinn’s modus operandi of highly modified movements, but in a vintage design this time.
As the Glycine Airman Airfighter shows, greater value can be created by simply offering creative variations on a theme.
You don’t have to be a man to don a masculine timepiece — we suss out three watches eschewing gender norms. Indeed, a man could wear these women’s watches.
TAG Heuer has unveiled the most attainable Swiss-made tourbillon — the Carrera Heuer-02 T.
Glashütte Original’s Senator Excellence boasts a brand new movement backed by extensive in-house testing, all at a price that’s more than reasonable.
If a watch’s movement is akin to a car’s engine, then why can’t it be tuned like one? Enter Breitling and its Superocean Heritage Chronoworks.
The seventh consecutive model in the Histoire de Tourbillon family showcases horological technical wizardry at its best.
In a larger size, with a distinctive new dial, the legendary Oyster Perpetual Air-King is one of the hottest watches of 2016.
HYT sets sail once again for its second collaboration with the sailing team to create a limited edition watch that embodies the best of both brands.
The table clock you see here is both a timekeeping device and a mechanical sculpture, with the same glow-in-the-dark aesthetic as the HMX Black Badger.
L’Officiel Singapore gets a sneak peek at the creation of this pièce de résistance.
HYT enters uncharted waters with the H2 Tradition, which uses classical watch design elements it hasn’t previously explored.