For just US$1000 Tissot offers a sports watch with a ceramic bezel and triple seconds hands.
The latest Rolex sports watch is odd but lovable, and unusually affordable. Say hello to the Air-King ref. 116900. Original photos and pricing below.
"Neo Seiko style" makes its debut with the Grand Seiko Black Ceramic Spring Drive limited editions, bringing modern design and novel materials to an hitherto classical wristwatch.
Hands-On with the Breguet Classique 7147 – the Facelifted, Entry-Level Gent’s Watch with a Quirky TouchBreguet gives one of its entry-level Classique dress watches a makeover while keeping the extra-thin automatic movement inside.
Tudor just upgraded its bestselling retro dive watch, giving the Black Bay an in-house movement and riveted bracelet, along with various aesthetic tweaks.
Laurent Ferrier's trademark tourbillon is now available in cushion-shaped case and a classical sector dial.
Larger in size and also equipped with an in-house movement, the Black Bay Bronze is Tudor's first watch made of the copper alloy. Here's a look at the watch in the metal, with original photos and pricing.
SJX discusses his thoughts on the trends at Baselworld and the notable new launches.
Upgraded with an in-house movement and a larger case, the Tetra is the latest addition to the neomatik line, complete with funky coloured dial accents.
An in-house, column wheel chronograph with a dial in fired enamel or Japanese lacquer - all for under US$3000.