MeisterSinger has long been renowned for its unusual single-handed dial designs, and this year the German brand expands its signature look with the new Bronze Line at Baselworld 2019. The small collection will include a variation on the No
The Fossil Group has been making strong steps in recent years to build out the Zodiac brand as the enthusiast-minded, mechanical-powered sibling to the company’s established fashion-watch following. For those that have followed the re-development of the brand, it’s obvious that there’s been a great amount of attention placed on bringing the Sea-Wolf, and the Super Sea-Wolf, back to their rightful place in dive watch history
Back in 1967, while it was a supplier of watches to the U.S.
Although it made its name with sleekly engineered chronographs, Porsche Design has been dabbling in “travelers’ watches” since 1995, when it introduced a world-timer with an alarm.
It’s been said time and time again, but the Grand Seiko Snowflake is a contemporary classic and is the most recognizable timepiece that the Japanese watchmaking powerhouse creates. Today, Grand Seiko has acknowledged the Snowflake mania once more by announcing the SBGZ001 , what is without-a-doubt the most extravagant and lavish Snowflake design ever.
One of Seiko’s most recognizable dive watch icons is the original Seiko 6105-8110/9 “Captain Willard” that was worn by Martin Sheen in the 1979 epic film Apocolapyse Now. Worn by the actor during his memorable portrayal of Captain Willard opposite Marlon Brando’s equally enigmatic Colonel Kurtz, the watch retains strong collectability and is sought-after by Seiko-holics the world over
Patek Philippe has long been known for its expertise in calendar mechanisms. The Swiss watchmaker has developed an array of perpetual calendars, including timepieces that combine that high complication with others such as chronographs. Patek essentially invented the now-ubiquitous annual calendar watch in 1996
If you thought Greubel Forsey would be trending toward more conservative designs after the brand’s first sub-40-mm timepiece, the Balancier Contemporain , was unveiled at SIHH in January, then you thought wrong. Today, one of watchmaking’s leading independent brands is combining two of its most popular and recognized timepieces, the GMT and Quadruple Tourbillon, into one single bold model, the brand-new GMT Quadruple Tourbillon
After the world’s thinnest tourbillon movement at Baselworld in 2014, the thinnest minute repeater in 2016 and the thinnest self-winding watch in 2017, Bulgari has just now unveiled its fifth horological record, the thinnest automatic chronograph movement, after “almost three years of development” , according to Guido Terreni, Managing Director of Bulgari’s Watch Business Unit.
Oris has long been a brand with a wide assortment of interesting dive watches that demonstrate a stalwart charitable commitment to the world’s oceans.