Gucci Diamantissima YA141401


Hermès HEURE H 036812WW00


Cartier Tank Francaise W51012Q4


Paul Picot Majestic P0577.YG.1021.7602


Raymond Weil Raymond Weil Noemia 5124-ST00985


Chronoswiss REGULATOR CLASSIC CH-8723-BL/31-1


Classic Fusion 45mm


EUR 146000 USD 148000

Nautilus 40mm


CHF 29300 USD 33500

Freak 45mm


USD 89000

Executive 40mm


USD 20100

Maxi Marine Diver 43mm


Retail not available

Sonata 42mm


USD 73500

17 Feb 2019 Trends
Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar: To Eternity And Beyond

Arguably the biggest R&D news of the latest SIHH came from Vacheron Constantin. In some sense we’ve got a new complication, and a pretty useful one. We’re talking two independent regulating systems – one for standard duties at your wrist and the other – for running your perpetual calendar when the piece lies idle for… 65 days!

15 Feb 2019 Travel
La Chaux-de-Fonds: My heart's in the highlands

The population of La Chaux-de-Fonds barely reaches 40,000 people, but don’t let the modest size mislead you: this is one of the two largest watchmaking areas in Switzerland. By the number of watch-related factories and offices, the city located some ten kilometers from the French border, can only be compared to Biel/Bien.

14 Feb 2019 Trends
It’s all about love: Romantic timepieces

St. Valentine’s Day is a perfect opportunity to take a closer look at some watches that manage to carry a love message, apart from the regular time-telling duties.

13 Feb 2019 Trends
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 2019: Meet new family members

Every year Audemars Piguet has something new for the Royal Oak lovers. This time, there’s a new color combination for the Royal Oak ‘Jumbo’ Extra-Thin, four new chronographs for the smaller wrist, a luscious Frosted Gold Chronograph with purple dial, and the Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin with case and bracelet in black ceramic.

12 Feb 2019 Trends
DeWitt Academia Hour Planet Titanium Black DLC: The Globe (un)chained

There are quite a few GMT designs around, but a globe moved by a chain is certainly not something we see that often. And if you’ve heard the name DeWitt before, you probably already know, their watches never act like a one-trick pony.

11 Feb 2019 Legends
Swatch Group: Size matters

With all due respect for the big independent brands, the lion's share of today's market is de facto owned by just a few watchmaking groups. And it’s quite logical to start a long conversation about their origins and structure with the largest one: the Swatch Group.

10 Feb 2019 Technologies
H. Moser & Cie. Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black: A Sound of Time

Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black is a minimalistic culmination from H. Moser & Cie. manufacture. After removing both logo and indices from the dial of its Concept models, it now presents a watch with no hands at all. The glossy black dial features a one-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o'clock and so its rectangular case with rounded corners looks like a smart watch on standby.

8 Feb 2019 Travel
Glashütte: in the heart of German watchmaking

Unlike Switzerland, where a visit to the key watchmaking areas will require a sightseeing tour across half the country, the main chorological heritage of Germany is located in one region. Well, sometimes greatness do come at a very modest size.

7 Feb 2019 Trends
Medusa by MB&F + L’epee 1839: A Colorful Transparency

In its tenth collaboration with Swiss clockmaker L’Epée 1839, MB&F celebrates the beauty of a jellyfish. Medusa is a dual-configuration clock, housed in hand-blown Murano glass, which can be ceiling mounted or put upon a desk.

6 Feb 2019 Trends
Ulysse Nardin Freak X: Meet the unXpected

While the new entry point to the flagship Ulysse Nardin collection – remember, it was Freak in 2001 who pioneered the silicon parts in top Swiss movements – clearly comes with some shortcuts, it’s fully packed with trademark Freak DNA and screams attitude. Oh, and for the first time it features a winding crown!

5 Feb 2019 Travel
Geneva: A perfect place to be called the watchmaker’s capital

The city stretching along lake Geneva seems to be a calm tourist Paradise. The old Europe atmosphere, a wide variety of museums and restaurants, gorgeous views of the Alps and the world-famous cheese and chocolate. However, from the viewpoint of a horology fan it’s primarily the birthplace of numerous legendary brands.

4 Feb 2019 Technologies
Christophe Claret Angelico: Not your typical fusee

In 2019, Christophe Claret is celebrating a double anniversary: the 30th anniversary of his manufacture and the 10th anniversary of his brand. The watchmaker is enriching his collection of traditional complication watches with a limited-edition anniversary model combining a tourbillon with a long detent escapement and a cable-type fusee transmission system.