Introducing – Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Full Lum

Fitting a circle within a square is no simple task… And when you add the fundamental elements of a dive watch to the mix, including the required rotating bezel, this makes the task even more complex. Yet, this is what Bell & Ross has done with its BR 03-92 Diver, successfully mixing the iconic BR […]

Hands-on – Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding 34mm

It might be smaller than your average Royal Oak, but there is no mistaking the lineage of these 34mm models. All the salient Royal Oak traits are now housed in a more condensed case, an ideal size for smaller wrists and a solid unisex proposal. Although 34mm might strike you as small in a line-up […]

Hands-on – H. Moser & Cie. Pioneer Centre Seconds Swiss Mad Red

H. Moser & Cie.’s answer to an everyday beater is the steel three-hand Pioneer Centre Seconds. With its distinctive dial displaying the bare necessities, the Pioneer Centre Seconds combines resilience and hallmark Moser features. At 42.8mm in diameter, it is one of the largest Mosers on the block and features luminescence, 120m water-resistance and an […]

Introducing – The New Omega Constellation Gent’s Collection 41mm (Live Pics & Price)

Earlier this year, Omega revived one of its iconic watches, the 1980s-inspired Constellation watch with its characteristic case shape, its bezel with claws and a trendy integrated bracelet or strap. Based on the bold Constellation ‘Manhattan’ concept, the 2020 models brought a cleaner design, some textured dials and mostly a mechanical update with Master Chronometer […]

Introducing – The New Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda GT Line – the Gran Turismo Tonda

The well-represented Tonda family welcomes its luxury sports watch line with the new Tonda GT. Like the GTs of the car world – the Gran Turismos or Grand Touring cars designed for high speed and long-distance driving – the Tonda GT is sporty and stylish yet robust enough and comfortable for long-distance wear. With integrated […]

Introducing – Ressence Type 1 Slim X

Ten years ago, a brand that would soon become one of the most respected yet unusual members of the independent watchmaking scene was launched… in Belgium (that’s already something). From the early days, Ressence made things its own way, mostly relying on innovation and modernity, and one important feature, the ROCS display module. Where most […]