Hands-on – The Longines Silver Arrow

This isn’t the first time we’ve said it, but Longines is one of the brands that best knows how to play with its heritage and revive some of its most glorious models. Think about the superb Tuxedo Chronograph, the all-time classic Legend Diver or the oddly cool Avigation A7. And it goes on… This year, […]

1 month ago

Hands-on – The Longines Avigation BigEye Titanium & Blue Dial

Longines and its Heritage collection… A range that comprises some of the most desirable watches produced by the brand, all inspired by some of Longines’ most glorious past watches, re-edited in a modern way but always with great historical relevance. One of the flagship models in this collection is the Avigation BigEye, a watch modelled after […]

2 months ago

Introducing – The New Moritz Grossmann Central Seconds Collection

Moritz Grossmann walks a fine line between traditional timepieces on one hand and offering a contemporary take on things on the other. Regardless of your choice, one thing is certain. You will end up with a watch that is created with high regards to traditional watchmaking craftsmanship. Most parts are made in-house, designed and constructed […]

2 months ago

Introducing – The Glashütte Original SeaQ 39.5mm, Now in Reed Green

Green is, without doubt, the trendiest colour in watchmaking these days. Green can be truly appealing, and Glashütte Original knows it. In fact, the brand surfed the wave quite early, before many others followed, with watches such as the Sixties Annual Edition 2018, the PanoMaticLunar Forest Green or the Seventies Chronograph Limited Editions. Now it […]

2 months ago

Hands-on – The New Louis Vuitton Tambour Street Diver

The latest model to join Louis Vuitton’s Tambour collection is the Street Diver, a sporty watch with a bold splash of colour. The iconic drum-shaped case of the Tambour incorporates a second crown to manipulate the internal bezel with a diving scale and gives the case its compressor-style looks – even though it’s not a […]

2 months ago

Introducing – The Zenith Defy 21 Ultrablue

For the past few years, Zenith has been exploring textures and colours, mostly on its contemporary and bold chronograph in the Defy collection. You can hardly accuse the brand of being conservative when you recall the military green, black-and-white or even the ultra-special Pantone edition. Following the Ultraviolet edition of last year, Zenith is back with […]

2 months ago

Women’s Watch Wednesday – Introducing The Omega Constellation Small Seconds

Omega unveils new models in its Constellation family with a small seconds sub-dial, captivating dial colours and diamonds, a new 34mm case size, and, more importantly, all powered by the brand’s superior Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre. The hallmark claws and half-moon facets that have distinguished the Constellation since 1982 are immediately recognisable, as are the […]

2 months ago

Introducing – The Revamped Omega Seamaster 300 Collection (Live Pics & Price)

Launched in 2014, the Omega Seamaster 300 – not to be confused with the James Bond, more modern Seamaster Diver 300M – has since been the brand’s vintage evocation of the original 1957 Seamaster 300. Still, its previous iteration, how performing and well manufactured it was, as maybe a bit too technical and sporty. Well, […]

2 months ago

Introducing – The New Omega De Ville Trésor Power Reserve (Live Pics & Price)

Omega unveils the first in a line of new De Ville Trésor men’s watches for 2021. Previously available in three-hand & date configurations, the new 18k yellow gold Trésor model features a power reserve indicator at noon counterbalanced by a small seconds sub-dial at 6 o’clock. Following in the footsteps of its 1949 ancestor, the […]

2 months ago