Are you man enough?

NOMOS Minimatik

NOMOS thinks it’s high time to bring the smaller watch back. So much so that it has confidently named its new 35.5mm timepiece the Minimatik.

Patek Shakes Things Up

Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time

When Patek Philippe introduced the Calatrava Pilot Travel Time at BaselWorld, it was the horological equivalent of dropping a hand grenade on expectations.

Tudor Plants Its Flag

Tudor North Flag

The North Flag represents the future of Tudor: confident, modern, adventurous and independent.

A Bigger, Badder Wolf

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 53

A dive watch icon of the 1970s, the Zodiac Super Sea Wolf howls again in a new version that's bigger and badder than ever.

When Industry Standards Aren't Good Enough

Omega Globemaster

Chronometer certification was not good enough for Omega. So they developed their own certification standard, and then built a watch that could achieve it .

Multinational Horology

IWC Portugieser Annual Calendar

How do you silence your critics? You make something great, which is just what IWC did with its Portugieser Annual Calendar.

Back to the Age of Aquarius

Oris Divers Sixty-Five

The Oris Divers Sixty-Five is as close as you can get to diving into the past, with a watch straight from the golden age of scuba.

Sweden's Flagship SUV

Volvo XC90

The new XC90 isn't just a ground-up reinvention of Volvo's best-selling SUV — it's the flagship for the company's reinvention.

The Summer Blues

10 Blue Watches for a Red-Hot Summer

Blue watches are enjoying their moment, and whether you're a pilot, a diver, a sailor or just looking for a little color on your wrist, here are the 10 best.

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Ticking of the week's news in watches

This Week in Watches: July 14, 2015

More Only Watch auction one-offs from Ulysse Nardin, Louis Vuitton and Jaquet Droz; back to the '60s with Glashütte Original; and Grand Seiko celebrates 55 years with a new Spring Drive chronograph.

Flight of the Hunter

Pulling 5 Gs at the Oris Ambri Fly-In

"I’ll say, ‘Eject, eject, eject’ only once and you pull that handle,” retired Swiss Air Force pilot Stefan Weber instructs me as he goes through his final pre-flight check. “Don’t ask me anything back or you’ll be talking to an empty seat.”

Ticking off the week's news in watches

This Week in Watches: July 7, 2015

New unique pieces from Piaget, Laurent Ferrier and Speake-Marin for the worthy Only Watch auction, an anniversary watch from Christopher Ward and Oris has a new high-flyer.

Baja for Non-Tourists

Going Off the Grid and Underwater in Cabo Pulmo

Returning from Cabo Pulmo, I wondered why I surround myself with so much stuff and so many complications when my happiest moments are the exact opposite: living out of a backpack, following the rhythms of climate and culture, and turning off the phone.

When in Rome

The Calendar Watch, Explained

If you thought figuring out the Gregorian calendar, with its short months and leap years, was hard, try building a mechanical timepiece that will do it. Fortunately, watchmakers never shy away from a challenge.