Floating on a still strong trend for sports, steel, integrated watches, Tissot revived its historical PRX. The automatic Powermatic edition might be the most accessible such timepiece on the entire market.
Marely few esthetical tweaks were enough to make Tudor’s flagship chronograph watch one of more interesting in the genre. Question is, can it be perceived as an alternative to more prestigious chronographs out there?
Among the rich category of iconic watches inspired by automobiles, Heuer Carrera holds a very special place. Its newest incarnation draws from the original reference, but in a vastly modern way.
In a very pleasant and very Italian conversation with Fabrizio Buonamassa Stigliani we talk about design, icons, trends and why it doesn’t make much sense to reinvent the wheel.
Strongly based in the past yet vividly modern, the Chronomaster Revival Shadow version is surprising watch that perhaps best expresses Zenith’s present philosophy.
One of watchmaking’s top icons, classic Speedmaster Moonwatch by Omega now comes out with some major modifications. At first glance one might say it’s only cosmetic, but what it is, is a whole better watch.
We proudly present you our exclusive watercolors series “Icons of Watchmaking” – 10 absolutely iconic mechanical watches in a slightly artistic, detailed interpretation by immensely talented artist and illustrator Anna Halarewicz.
Among the plethora of iconic diver’s watches Doxa SUB 300 holds a very special place. One of the most characteristic diving timepieces has just recently been brought back to life.
In merely 10 years Longines Legend Diver earned the status of an absolute cult neo-vintage diver’s watch. Its latest iteration is cladded in bronze, a metal that has equal number of die-hard fans and total opponents.
Moon-loving Omega Speedmaster changed the watch landscape and is today one of the unquestionable icons of watchmaking. Among its many different versions – always quite faithful to the original – I’ve selected my favorite 5.