Reviews

A Detailed Look at the Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ and its Masterful Agenhor Movement

The resurrected jeweller recruited Jean-Marc Wiederrecht, one of the best minds in Swiss watchmaking for its dual time zone wristwatch.

Hands-On with the Bespoke Patek Philippe Ref. 3843, Featuring a 13-Carat Diamond as the Case Crystal

A unique creation from 1991 that features a flat, triangular, lasque-cut diamond as the crystal.

Hands-On with the HYT Skull Bad Boy in Damascus Steel

Made of folded steel and carbon, the dial reveals the graining typical of Damascus steel.

Hands-On with the Chopard L.U.C GMT One and Time Traveler One

Chopard introduces its new L.U.C. twin time zone wristwatches powered by quality, in-house movements.

Up Close with the Zeitwinkel 082° Émail Grand Feu – Illustrating Quiet Quality

Modest in appearance but tangibly well made, the 082° émail grand feu is typical of Zeitwinkel's solid watchmaking.

Hands-On with the Newly Launched, Awesome Longines Avigation Watch Type A-7 1935

Based on a 1930s pilot's chronograph, the Longines Type A-7 is striking, unusual, wearable and affordable.

Up Close with the Zenith Elite 6150, an Extra-Thin Gent’s Watch with 100 Hours Power Reserve

The Zenith Elite 6150 is simple, slim, and well put together, but arguably pricey.

Up Close with the Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary Limited Edition Refs. 5711/1P and 5976/1G

Patek Philippe's commemorative Nautilus editions raised many an eyebrow at launch, but how does it look in the metal? Read on.

A Detailed Look at the Greubel Forsey Double Balancier à Différentiel Constant

Greubel Forsey's latest equipped with twin balance wheels is a gorgeous example of horological architecture.

Up Close with with the Controversial Piaget Polo S

Piaget's new luxury sports watch caused a stir with its design, but is it any good?


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