Introducing the Affordable and Interesting Tissot PRS 516 Triple SecondsFor just US$1000 Tissot offers a sports watch with a ceramic bezel and triple seconds hands.
Introducing the Alpina KM-710 Remake of a WWII German Navy WristwatchAlpina takes inspiration from Second World War German Kriegsmarine wristwatches for the new KM-710. Specs and pricing below.
Hands-On with the Rolex Air-King – Which is Pretty Damn CoolThe latest Rolex sports watch is odd but lovable, and unusually affordable. Say hello to the Air-King ref. 116900. Original photos and pricing below.
A Detailed Look at the Grand Seiko Black Ceramic Spring Drive “Avant-Garde”"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.
Explaining What’s New with the Revamped Tudor Heritage Black BayTudor just upgraded its bestselling retro dive watch, giving the Black Bay an in-house movement and riveted bracelet, along with various aesthetic tweaks.
Introducing the Laurent Ferrier Galet Classic Square Tourbillon Sector DialLaurent Ferrier's trademark tourbillon is now available in cushion-shaped case and a classical sector dial.
Hands-On with the Tudor Heritage Black Bay BronzeLarger 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.
Editorial: Trends, Highlights and Favourites of Baselworld 2016SJX discusses his thoughts on the trends at Baselworld and the notable new launches.
Hands-On with the Nomos Tetra neomatikUpgraded 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.