SIHH 2017

A Detailed Look at the A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk Decimal Strike Honey Gold

Going up close with Lange's latest limited edition which, despite some shortcomings, is a tidily attractive package.

Audemars Piguet Facelifts the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph 42mm, Plus an All-Platinum Limited Edition

Four new guises for the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph, including the return of the platinum Offshore.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Vacheron Constantin – Heavy on High Complications

The Geneva watchmaker unveils a slew of complex, and sometimes artistic, mechanical watches.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Ulysse Nardin – Strong Styling and Surprising Value Propositions

The line-up includes several well-priced complications, including a tourbillon for less than US$30,000.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Roger Dubuis – Excalibur Skeletons Even More Aggressively Styled

Rubber from Formula 1 tyres on straps, as well as a case and movement in carbon composite.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Richard Mille – Bigger, Lighter and Cooler

A collaboration with the McLaren Formula 1 team produces a million dollar watch that's the lightest chronograph ever.

Audemars Piguet Introduces Facelifted Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph 44mm, Including First-Ever Titanium Model

The Royal Oak Offshore "Novelty" has new dials and a titanium case for the first time.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Piaget – A Guide to the 60th Anniversary Altiplano Ultra-Thin

Piaget marks the occasion with new, brightly coloured dials for the Altiplano, as well as a slim tourbillon.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Parmigiani – More Entry-Level Watches, Still Unimpeachable Quality

Parmigiani unveils several entry-level timepieces in steel, plus the handsome but pricier Toric Chronometre.

SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Panerai – A Little Bit of Everything From LAB-ID to Bronzo (to Mare Nostrum Redux)

The ultra high-tech LAB-ID, plus new Submersibles as well as watches for the 2017 America's Cup.

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