We talk with the Breitling historian and board advisor – Fred Mandelbaum – about brand’s phenomenon, collecting watches, usability of the chronograph and the difficulties of the Polish language.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Amongst the classically designed chronographs best there is a watch designed in Schaffhausen on the Ren. Almost unchanged from day one, it’s now being offered in an in-house version. The best one yet?
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.