An in-house, column wheel chronograph with a dial in fired enamel or Japanese lacquer - all for under US$3000.
Made by Seiko's exceptional high horology workshop, the Spring Drive 8 Day Power Reserve is a hand-finished masterpiece comparable to the landmark Eichi.
Modelled on a 1960s original, the Seastrong Diver Heritage is an appealing, historically faithful "Super Compressor" dive watch for well under US$2000.
One of the highlights from Patek Philippe's line-up at Baselworld 2016, the World Time Chronograph combines two of the brand's best known complications. We explain the ref. 5930 in detail.
Sinn gives its popular submarine steel a funky camouflage livery with a 500-piece limited edition. Details, including original photos and pricing, below.
Frederique Constant introduces the most affordable mechanical perpetual calendar wristwatch on the market. And it has an in-house movement. Read on for specs and pricing.
Smaller and more affordable, the Heritage Black Bay 36 is the new entry-level watch is Tudor's line-up of sports watches.
Designed from the ground up as a man's watch, the Monsieur de Chanel is urbane and powered by an accomplished in-house movement. Read on to find out why, in unparalleled detail.
Rolex remodels the Explorer, giving it a better proportioned dial with glow-in-the-dark Chromalight . Read on for details, including the price.
Bulgari takes the title of the thinnest minute repeater on the market with the Octo Finissimo Minute Repeaters, just 6.85 mm high and a record 35 years in the making.