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.
Attachment to tradition and cultivating the old trade, loosely combined with modern technology, it’s what defines Glashütte Original manufacture in a few words.
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.
A timekeeping icon made for diving enthusiasts and underwater exploration. I’ve been testing it on dry land, trying to answer the question how such a large divers’ watch performs in urban environment.
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?
A basic set of functions combined with elements corresponding with Officine Panerai’s history and own in-house movement. In other words, a simple recipe for success.
We are checking how the Oris Calibre 110 Limited Edition with 10-day power reserve presents itself on a wrist.
Sports watches and car races have always been a perfect combination. The evidence – Carrera line by TAG Heuer. I had the opportunity to test the jubilee Calibre 36 model for the last three weeks.