We go up close with Lange's critically acclaimed Richard Lange Jumping Seconds.
Designed by Airbus' private jet division, the Richard Mille RM 50-02 ACJ is a split-seconds chronograph with tourbillon - for one million dollars.
The Heritage Chronométrie Collection Chronograph Annual Calendar does a lot while costing relatively less. How good is it?
Modelled on a watch made for Second World War British special forces, the Heritage Military COSD sticks to the formula that has made Longines' vintage remakes a success. Here's a hands-on look with original photos and pricing info.
An oversized chronograph inspired by a 1930s pilot's watch, the Minerva 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter boasts a gorgeously finished movement and a price that's well grounded.
Neat, concise and wearable, the Reverso Tribute Gyrotourbillon is JLC's second try with a reversible multi-axis tourbillon. Here's a hands-on look with pricing.
A deft combination of movement architecture, skeletonisation and hand-finishing, the Millenary Openworked adds new texture to Audemars Piguet's most successful watch that isn't the Royal Oak.
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.
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.
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.