These marvels of miniaturisation are what keep our micro mechanical cosmos ticking.
As a descendent of historical Tudor dive watches, the Black Bay preserves some of its predecessors’ signatures, such as the “snowflake” hour hand.
Bell & Ross decided this year that space cowboys could use a chronograph to call their own, so enter the BR-X1 Hyperstellar.
Perrelet’s new Lab collection maintains its signature design of having a rotor on the dial, but changes things up with a functional peripheral rotor this time
Marine chronometers were the brand’s claim to fame, and the Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon references that period with various motifs and a brand new complication
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.
Time and tide may wait for no man, but that hasn’t stopped them from combining to create wonders like the HYT H1 Full Gold
Casio’s MRG-G1000HT Hammer Tone melds cutting-edge innovation with Japanese crafts for a technologically advanced timepiece that’s firmly rooted in tradition
Edox’s Grand Ocean Extreme Sailing Series Edition may be built for the open water, but it looks just as good on dry land.
Junghans relaunches its Meister Pilot collection this year, keeping intact much of the attributes that made the original such a classic.
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.
Chanel’s Monsieur de Chanel is deliciously poised at the crossroads of beauty, masculinity, and complexity.
Luminox’s Spec Ops Challenge watch reveals a new dimension in the partnership between the brand and the US Navy SEALs
Ernest Borel extends its Jules Borel collection with a limited edition timepiece to commemorate its 160 years of history.