Introducing – The Updated Bell & Ross BR 03-93 GMT

Being a brand specialized in aeronautical instruments and pilot’s watches, Bell & Ross somehow needs to have GMT models in its collection, being probably the most useful complication for aircraft pilots… and frequent travellers. And, without surprise, this complication was already found onboard the BR instrument collection as well as in the Vintage line. Today, […]

1 month ago

Introducing – The Bamford London Popeye GMT Limited Edition (Spinach not included…)

Bamford London has built a reputation by customizing watches from top brands like Rolex, Zenith and Patek Philippe, and all of the work is officially authorized. The company even collaborates with outside designers like Black Badger for wild creations like the Zenith El Primero Superconductor. Bamford also has its own line of GMT watches and […]

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

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

Hands-on – The Handsome Light Green Hamilton Intra-Matic Auto Chrono

As of now, the cool Hamilton Intra-Matic chronograph should be no stranger to you. Since its introduction in a limited edition in 2017, followed by downsized (and even more attractive) versions now in the permanent collection, this watch available also in 3-hand editions has become one of the brand’s pillars. It has even been recently […]

2 months ago

Hands-on – The Ollech & Wajs OW Ocean Graph

In 2019, a very niche but still revered brand, specialized in instrument watches, made its comeback. This brand is Ollech & Wajs, a brand born in 1956, which gained quite some popularity amongst professionals. It took some years to convince Albert Wajs to pass on his brand, but Ollech & Wajs was back in action, with […]

2 months ago

Hands-on – The New Archimèdes by Milus “Silver Storm” Edition

The concept of the compressor or super-compressor watch, due to its cool and technical design, is certainly very appealing, even though relatively rare nowadays in the Swiss watch industry. Only a few brands continue to manufacture such water-tight watches. Among them is a brand that has recently resurfaced with a collection of modernized watches inspired […]

2 months ago