OMEGA Launches Tokyo 2020 Seamaster

The official timekeeper is counting down to the Olympic games.

Chopard’s Latest Time Traveller

Arriving in a menacing monochromatic aesthetic.

By Terry Christodoulou

07/04/2021

Robb Review: IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41

Does a lesser size hold less appeal? In what’s shaping as the year of the pilot at IWC, we take the historic brand’s latest, shrunken chrono for an outing.

By Richard Clune

07/04/2021

Watches & Wonders 2021 (So Far)

Updated daily, acquaint yourself with the finest new releases from the digitised Swiss fair.

By Paige Reddinger, Carol Besler, Victoria Gomelsky

07/04/2021

H. Moser & Cie Just Dropped A New Fumé Dial

With a hand inspired by an eraser.

By Paige Reddinger

06/04/2021

Warhol’s Other Masterpieces

The artist’s eye for fine watches proves he was among the most sophisticated connoisseurs.

By Mark C. O'flaherty

02/04/2021

Jacob & Co. Is About To Auction Off The World’s First NFT Watch

The watch, based on an IRL world traveller, replaces the names of cities with different cryptocurrencies.

By Victoria Gomelsky

31/03/2021

Gold Watches Are Poised For A Comeback

Some watch dealers are convinced we’re on the brink of a long-awaited gold rush.

By Victoria Gomelksy

29/03/2021

MB&F Celebrates 10 Years Of Its Legacy Machine

With two new souped-up versions of its landmark timepiece.

By Paige Reddinger

26/03/2021

OMEGA Debuts 13 New Timepieces

Including a heady slew of new Seamasters.

By Paige Reddinger

24/03/2021

This Patek Philippe ‘No Moon Phase’ Watch Could Fetch $6.5 Million

Christie’s Hong Kong will auction Alan Banbery’s Reference 3448J perpetual calendar model in May.

By Victoria Gomelsky

24/03/2021

TAG Heuer’s New Blue Tourbillon

The Swiss manufacture unveils a classic new colourway.

By Terry Christodoulou

23/03/2021

Montblanc Is Only Making 18 Of Its New Timepiece

A limited-run of its ‘lime-gold’ split-second chronograph combines gold, silver and iron.

By Carol Besler

23/03/2021

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