James Bond returns – not yet to the cinema screen – but with the new titanium Omega Seamaster Diver 300M. Military accents, vintage style and interesting color certainly distinguish it from its predecessors.
Longines Heritage 1935, presented in 2014, is an almost ideal re-edition of a watch from over 8 decades ago, with only one difference – the original was made for the army, the modern version can be worn by anyone.
Time to sum up this year’s anniversary SIHH. Here are the most interesting, most discussed and attention worthy premiers of the Geneva fair, selected by prominent industry journalists.
Gerald Genta created an icon, Emmanuel Gueit its more sporty version, and we are testing its newest incarnation – a chronograph in blue-coloured “Navy” version.
We are testing, how the world’s first automatic watch with a mechanical altimeter presents itself on a wrist.
The re-edition of a watch from 1957 perfectly combines its vintage design with modern technology and Master Co-Axial anti-magnetic movement. We are testing the latest Seamaster.
Each time the possibility of visiting the A. Lange & Söhne manufacture comes your way, you can be certain about one thing – you will see watchmaking at its absolute best.
The luxury brand Cartier equals beautiful jewellery and – what many seem to forget – excellent watchmaking workmanship in both its intricate and basic versions, as proven by Calibre de Cartier.
Debuted in 2013, the first divers’ watch in Carl F. Bucherer’s portfolio definitely stands out against a backdrop of the competition. Not only because of its origin, but first and foremost because of its design. Is that enough to gain new fans?
In a small picturesque village of Glashütte in the east of Germany, mechanical watches of the highest timekeeping workmanship are made – such as the Grand Lange 1, which we have just put to a test.