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.
Watchmaking industry has given birth to millions of watches, but only few of them are near perfection. Datograph is an almost complete timepiece, which this test seeks to prove.
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.
The Bauhaus on the wrist, or a distinctive design of the “made in Germany” watch in other words. We are reviewing Junghans Meister Agenda.
Gerald Genta created an icon, Emmanuel Gueit its more sporty version, and we are testing its newest incarnation – a chronograph in blue-coloured “Navy” version.
Quartz wristwatches usually fall outside our interest range, but there seems to be an exception to every rule – and Astron is not your everyday quartz watch.
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.
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.
The luxury brand Cartier equals beautiful jewellery and – what many seem to forget – excellent watchmaking workmanship in both its intricate and basic versions, as proven by Calibre de Cartier.