International Jury of industry experts has for already the 14th time selected 60 of the most interesting watches, which premiered in past 12 months. They will now compete for the trophies in 6 categories.
Furlan Marri has broken its way onto the watch landscape. Mechanical, classic Grey Sector is a wonderful proof of why the humble microbrand from Kickstarter made such a fuss.
Although the weather outside might not suggest it yet, summer is coming! And to go with it some of the perfect, summer-ready watches. Here are some of our favorites from this year.
The titanium-cased diver from Geneva-based manufacture turned out to be one of the hottest watches of the past year. But is it truly that good, especially compared to its original iteration?
Second edition of Watches & Wonders is a history. It was bigger, more magnificent and loaded with novelties. Here is our selection of the best new timepieces from the so-called “Geneva Week”.
Longines presented the third edition of the Majetek. This time, the watch is much bigger and more modern. Despite this redesign, the Swiss brand has not forgotten the historical references and the bezel-integrated marker that distinguished the original.
A rather traditional Record family of Longines watches gets an additional, classic chronograph with gilt dial, two strap options and a whole lot of vintage vibes.
The 13th edition of “CH24 Watch of the Year” has been crowned with the awards ceremony, which was held in Warsaw, Poland.
Designing the new Chronomaster, Zenith reached back to the roots of a classic, sporty chronograph. The iconic El Primero has been utilized, fully exploiting the high beat 5 Hz escapement.
Hereby we present the most interesting new watches, selected by “CH24 Watch of the Year” international jury. 2022 turns out to again be a year of classic and minimalism.