Heritage and vintage are one of the more popular words that shape modern watchmaking, although they don’t have much in common with modernity. New Monza looks like a 70’s watch, but it was made in a contemporary way.
North Flag is the first Tudor timepiece driven by an in-house calibre. Spiced-up with a modern design and austere form not only it stands out from among the other models of the collection but it is also a sort of declaration of independence from Rolex.
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.
It is the first time ever we are reviewing for you a single-handed wristwatch. In this particular model, the manufacturer has combined a bold design with an unusual way of reading time – this causes pretty extreme emotions.
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.