Visions of Historical Watchmaking

How to Build a Swiss Watch from Scratch

Parmigiani Fleurier has quietly entered an elite group of watchmakers that produce movements, cases and dials for both themselves and other elite brands.

Life on the Island, and the Time In Between

How I Learned to Love Sri Lanka

A lesson in the Southeast Asian island and its people, amid a revolution, a tsunami and the burdens of life.

40 Years of Beautiful Dive Watch Inspiration

Dive Watches Through the Decades

Rugged dive watches that look back to the heyday of subaquatic timekeeping, from the 1940s to the 1980s.


This Week in Watches: March 15, 2016

A new Breitling for Bentley, Seiko's partnership with dive instructors, an oil-filled all-black dive watch from Ressence and more.


This Week in Watches: March 1, 2016

Two skeletons from Girard-Perregaux and Angelus, an Armin Strom that contains a dram of very old booze and more.

High Watchmaking Puts Its Best on Display

The Best Watches of SIHH 2016

The best new watches from Jaeger-LeCoultre, A. Lange & Söhne, Audemars Piguet and more.

Inside One of the World's Leading Watch Companies

At Seiko, Innovation and Tradition Synchronize

A visit to Japan pulls back the curtain on Seiko, whose single-minded pursuit of lofty goals often makes it appear unconcerned with larger trends.

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.

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