Certina’s recipe for one of the most expensive watches in their portfolio is a massive case, numerous tasty bits, and a colour combination of black, white, and intensive green.
A classical design within the 2013-refreshed Ingenieur line from IWC is a reflection of the best designs of the model from past years. Thanks to this, it may become an interesting idea for a universal timepiece to be worn at any occasion.
In recent years Montblanc proved itself to be a watchmaker with a good quality/price ratio. We’ve decided to check if the Orbis Terrarum model with a world time complication follows this trend.
Panerai is being introduced into the society. The brand, until now associated mainly with bulky sports watches, has added a more casual model to the collection, which I had a pleasure to review.
Introduction of the Master Chronometer certificate, new Globemaster collection and Baselworld fair itself, where great opportunities to sit down and talk with Omega’s President – Stephen Urquhart.
The Bauhaus on the wrist, or a distinctive design of the “made in Germany” watch in other words. We are reviewing Junghans Meister Agenda.
The highest quality leather, laborious process of handcrafting and attention to details – it is how the making of luxury Hermès watch straps can be described in a few words.
Refreshed version of the chronograph from the historic Conquest line has a chance to find enthusiasts not only amongst vintage-style watch lovers. Classic design, combined with modern workmanship, makes Longines Heritage 1973 an interesting offer for almost everyone.
We are testing, how the world’s first automatic watch with a mechanical altimeter presents itself on a wrist.
Opening of the Omega’s first boutique in Poland was a great opportunity to speak to its president. We asked Stephen Urquhart about antimagnetic movements, new materials and prices.