The new Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight “Navy Blue” with its youthful looks and amazing price point will be the envy of other dive watches.
The enigmatic serpentine time-telling train from 2019 is on track – Introducing the amazing hat-trick wonder, the new Genus GNS1.2 TD.
Redolent of the Maison’s innovative spirit, the 2018 Hublot Big Bang UNICO Red Magic is not only innovative but also reinvents the luxury wheel.
Apollo 13 on April 11: Driving the Omega CK 2998 through the road of Omega Calibre 321 & Omega Silver Snoopy This is a review of the CK 2998 released in 2018. But instead of just reviewing the one particular watch in isolation, we have dived into the history of the watch, the movements used…
While we wait for their new 2020 releases, let’s have a refresher of top three novelties: Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon, Zeitwerk Date, and the LANGE 1 “25th Anniversary”.
Jaquet Droz decides to expose itself to the world, and how! Introducing two new versions of the Grande Seconde Skelet-One — Plasma Ceramic & Red Gold — and reviewing the last year’s black ceramic version.
Girard-Perregaux’s 1966 collection is the crème de la crème of refined elegance. The past heritage of the 1966 collection proudly boasts of introducing the first high-frequency movement and launching the first quartz watch produced at an industrial scale.
Elegant and imposing, they are destined to put their stamp on the horological world. The Vacheron Constantin Malte collection bears the burden of being a supreme example of fine watchmaking with ease.
It came as no surprise to us that when MING recently wrapped up 2019 with a new colour variation of the MING 17.06 in slate or storm blue-grey coloured dial, the watch sold out very quickly.
The the Classic Fusion Gold Crystal in sizes 45mm and 38mm led the way into 2020 for Hublot at the recent LVMH Watch Week held in Dubai.