We all adore high-complication watches. Whether it’s the fine finishing, the whirl of a tourbillon, or the chime of a minute repeater, there is a romantic notion to haute horlogerie that drives this passion for many of us. Despite that, you’d be hard pressed to find someone that admitted to casually wearing their double tourbillon while on a treadmill.
Germany’s Nomos Glashütte is known for its Bauhaus-inspired, affordably priced, and mostly modest-sized timepieces. This week, the brand introduces 14 new models across four collections — Tangente, Metro, Orion, and Tetra — with slightly larger (but still elegantly thin) cases as well as some interesting new dials. Here’s what you should know about the Nomos At Work collection.
As we have said time and again (across various posts, and one rather specific one ). For me, it’s that initial impression. Can the watch design rise above the teeming, muddied waters of crowdfunding
Greubel Forsey launched its seventh “invention piece,” the QP à Équation, to wide acclaim at SIHH 2015. Now the trailblazing brand founded by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey takes this micro-mechanical marvel to the next level of luxury in a new Millésimé Edition with a rhodium-colored gold dial
If there is one watch series that IWC Schaffhausen is most recognized for, it would have to be its iconic line of Pilot’s watches. Whether scrolling through Instagram, digging through the forums, or reading through magazines and websites, it’s hard to escape the presence of the Big Pilot and Mark series
We at WWR love crowdfunded watches. We really, honestly do. We think the future of watchmaking will come from the little guys, not the big brands, and as watch collecting becomes a bit more popular we can expect more and more folks to try their hand at creating a watch brand.
Today, Laurent Ferrier debuted the special edition Galet Square Porcelain which is distinguished by a dial that is made by hand using a kaolin-based substance and finished by firing it at 1400°C/2550°F. The result is a white porcelain that is coated with a layer of transparent enamel that gives it a unique sheen
One of my pet peeves with Kickstarter watches is the endless sameness.
If you missed last weekend’s WatchTime New York event, you missed an opportunity to get up close and hands-on with hundreds of new watches of various styles and types. Today, we take a look at the ever-popular divers’ watch category. Here are five that stood out at the show — all available at retail now.
Omega is among the best-known luxury watch brands on the planet, and certainly the best known off the planet. From NASA to the Olympics to James Bond, not to mention names like Speedmaster , Seamaster and Constellation , the brand has achieved well-deserved rock-star status among watch enthusiasts everywhere. Here are 10 things you should know about Omega