James D. Malcolmson.

Porsche design puts more car into its watches

Recent editions evoke specific models and events through design.

By James D. Malcolmson


Best of the Best: The most innovative timepieces for men of 2018

The best watch releases of the year take complicated watchmaking to new heights.

By James D. Malcolmson


Greubel Forsey releases second exclusive timepiece in sapphire

The Double Balancier Sapphire will delight ultra-high-end collectors this summer.

By James D. Malcolmson


Breitling’s new Navitimer 8 takes design cues from its aviation history

The Swiss watchmaker’s latest pilot’s watch is the first step in a large-scale transformation

By James D. Malcolmson


De Bethune is back from the brink of oblivion

It clearly still has significant challenges ahead, but hopes to provide renewed focus to a brand that has drawn wide admiration.

By James D. Malcolmson


Swiss watchmakers focus on missing component – value

Swiss watchmakers are famously adept at making their timepieces ever more complex but aficionados are now looking for more sensible, value-orientated watches.

By James D. Malcolmson


The never-ending battle for ultra-thin supremacy

Mastery of ultra-thin horology is a particular source of pride for watchmakers.

By James D. Malcolmson


Greubel Forsey chimes in with a million-dollar charmer

Eleven years in the making, the chime of the new Grande Sonnerie makes a resounding impression.

By James D. Malcolmson


Vacheron Constantin’s latest super-complication is the ultimate astronomic watch

The one-of-a-kind timepiece is impressive not just for its complications, but for the way they are organised.

By James D. Malcolmson


This is Bell & Ross’s most expensive watch ever

The timepiece has an all-sapphire case with transparent sides to provide a clear look at the monopusher chronograph tourbillon movement.

By James D. Malcolmson


New IWC harks back to the brand’s original Da Vinci model

Fans of the original IWC Da Vinci will be heartened to hear the company is releasing a newly redesigned Da Vinci in its original round shape.

By James D. Malcolmson


Montblanc’s latest measures 1/1000th of a second

The precision of Montblanc’s TimeWalker Chronograph 1000 is determined by the speed of its parts.

By James D. Malcolmson



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