Gucci Grammy Special Edition Interlocking Watch

Gucci Grammy Special Edition watch

The 56th Grammy Awards, held last night in Los Angeles, inspired this week's Watch to Watch, which comes from Gucci. A partner of the Recording Academy, organizers of the Grammys, since 2010, Gucci has introduced the latest timepiece in its Gucci Grammy Special Edition Interlocking series, with a dial made of the same material as the famous Grammy Awards statuette. … [Read more...]

Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Steel Bracelet

Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Steel Bracelet

Girard-Perregaux launched its Chrono Hawk collection just over a year ago during Miami's Art Basel. Up until now, Girard-Perregaux  Chrono Hawk watches have been available only on leather or rubber straps. Now Girard-Perregaux is launching its first Chrono Hawk watches with steel bracelets, in two dial colors. … [Read more...]

Omega Sochi Petrograd

Omega Petrograd Sochi 2014

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games kick off in Sochi, Russia on February 7, and Swiss watch brand Omega will once again serve as official timekeeper. To commemorate this year's games, Omega has also released a limited-edition watch with a distinctly Russian pedigree — this week's Watch to Watch, the Omega Sochi Petrograd. … [Read more...]

Longines Heritage 1973

Longines Heritage 1973 white dial

Hot on the heels of its retro-styled Heritage 1968 watch, Longines has introduced another vintage-inspired model, the Longines Heritage 1973, a new chronograph watch with a cushion-shaped case, based on a historic Longines watch produced, of course, in 1973. … [Read more...]

Armin Strom Tourbillon Gravity Fire

Armin Strom Tourbillon Gravity Fire

Armin Strom, the eponymous Swiss watch brand founded by watchmaker and skeletonization expert Armin Strom 40 years ago, has released a new watch that showcases a rare horological combination: a tourbillon watch with an automatic-winding micro-rotor movement. It's called the Tourbillon Gravity Fire, and it is this week's Watch to Watch. … [Read more...]

Seiko Grand Seiko 44GS Historical Collection

Seiko Grand Seiko 44GS Historical watch

These days, watch brands view just about any anniversary as an opportunity to issue a limited edition. This proliferation diminishes the impact of truly significant anniversaries. This year, Seiko is celebrating one of them with this week's Watch to Watch, which comes to us from WatchTime's October 2013 issue. … [Read more...]

Graham Silverstone RS Skeleton

GRAHAM Silverstone Skeleton RS - red

Graham's Silverstone RS ("RennSport") collection is influenced by auto racing. The newest model in the line is the Graham Silverstone RS Skeleton, a chronograph watch with a skeletonized dial, available in three color schemes. … [Read more...]

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 36 Flyback Racing

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 36 Flyback Chrono

If you haven’t noticed, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the TAG Heuer Carrera. This week's Watch to Watch, from WatchTime's October 2013 issue, is one of the new Carreras launched by TAG Heuer at this year's Baselworld to mark the milestone birthday, the Carrera Calibre 36 Flyback Racing. … [Read more...]

Longines Heritage 1968

Longines Heritage 1968

The watch designs of the 1960s and 1970s have had quite a resurgence lately (check out our Watch Insider's list of vintage re-edition watches here), and now Longines joins the retro party with its new Heritage 1968, a square-cased timepiece inspired by a vintage watch from the Longines museum in the brand's ancestral home of St.-Imier, Switzerland. … [Read more...]

Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Hollywoodland

Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Hollywoodland

Girard-Perregaux is a big supporter of the motion picture arts: already a partner in the prestigious Festival Lumière, the brand also announced last year that it will be exclusive timekeeper and founding supporter of the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Now, a new timepiece that celebrates the brand's movie-biz partnerships, the Chrono Hawk Hollywoodland, is ready for its closeup. … [Read more...]

Zenith El Primero Lightweight Limited Edition (Video)

Zenith El Primero Lightweight

In 2010, Zenith introduced its El Primero Striking 10th chronograph, whose highlight feature was a sweep-seconds hand that made 10 jumps per second and a complete sweep of the dial every 10 seconds. This year, the brand introduces a version of that watch designed for maximum lightness called, appropriately, the El Primero Lightweight. … [Read more...]

Breitling Aerospace Evo

Breitling Aerospace Evo - front

Breitling launched the original version of its Breitling Aerospace Evo in 1985. The Breitling Aerospace Evo quickly became a electronically powered, multifunction chronograph watch popular with many Breitling Aerospace fans. Now, the brand has released a new model of the Breitling Aerospace Evo, a mainstay of its Professional collection, packing all of the existing functions into a slightly larger and redesigned case. … [Read more...]

Oris ProDiver Pointer Moon

Oris ProDiver Pointer Moon - front

It's been a big year for Oris in the area of divers'-watch milestones; we've previously covered the brand's groundbreaking Aquis Depth Gauge, and Oris also added to its ProDiver collection of professional-grade diving watches with the new Oris ProDiver Pointer Moon, the first mechanical watch that indicates both the lunar cycle and tidal range. … [Read more...]

Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Worldtimer

Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Worldtimer

Maurice Lacroix, recently acquired by Asia-focused "market services expansion group" DKSH, offered a wide array of new timepieces at this year's Baselworld. Among the additions to its Masterpiece collection is the new Masterpiece Worldtimer, a world-time watch available with two different dials with world map motifs depicting two continents. … [Read more...]

Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days – 47 mm “Paneristi Forever”

Panerai PAM00532 Paneristi Forever - front

Many watch brands have their communities of diehard fans, but few can match the intense devotion of the Paneristi, the group of Panerai watch enthusiasts that have met regularly for 13 years on the independent, online forum www.paneristi.com to share their passion for the brand. Now Panerai rewards its most loyal supporters with a limited-edition watch in their honor. … [Read more...]

Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton

Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton - Men

With the fall arriving, and Halloween on the horizon, what better time to showcase a new skeleton watch? In this "his and hers" edition of Watch to Watch, we look at Hamilton's Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton — available in men's and ladies' versions, and both containing the same new proprietary movement, Caliber H-20-S. … [Read more...]

Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec

Carl F Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec

One of the headliner watches at this year's WatchTime "Inside Basel.Geneva" collectors' events is one that didn't officially debut in either Basel or Geneva: Carl F. Bucherer's Patravi ScubaTec, the brand's first professional-grade divers' watch, which watch aficionados saw for the first time at IBG. … [Read more...]

Harry Winston Ocean DualTime Monochrome

Harry Winston Ocean Dual Time - front

At this year's Baselworld, watch-and-jewelry brand Harry Winston had the watch press's collective tongue wagging about its haute horlogerie creations, the Histoire de Tourbillon 4 and Opus XIII. Not to be overlooked, however, is the interesting new GMT watch in the brand's sporty Ocean collection, the Ocean Dual Time Monochrome. … [Read more...]

Tissot Heritage Navigator 160th Anniversary

Tissot Heritage Navigator 160th Anniversary - front-back

Tissot, founded in the watchmaking hub of Le Locle, Switzerland in 1853, marks its 160th anniversary this year. To commemorate the milestone, the brand has released a new version of its Tissot Heritage Navigator, a world-time watch originally created on the occasion of Tissot's centennial in 1953. … [Read more...]

Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel

Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel

On May 24th, 1962, astronaut Scott Carpenter, commander of the Aurora 7 space capsule,  became the second American to orbit the earth and his chosen wristwatch — a Breitling Navitimer — became the first wristwatch to do so on the wrist of an American, earning its new name of Cosmonaute. Last year, Breitling paid tribute to the historic space mission by releasing a 50th-anniversary limited edition of the original Cosmonaute, and it follows it up this year with the release of an all-black … [Read more...]

Glashütte Original Sixties Panorama Date

Glashutte Original Sixties Panorama Date

We've noted previously here on WatchTime.com the prevalence of blue dial/blue strap combos among this year's crop of new watches. Today we focus on one of these timepieces, the Sixties Panorama Date, from Glashütte Original's retro-styled Senator Sixties collection, offered this year in a striking midnight blue version. … [Read more...]

Patek Philippe Ref. 5980 Nautilus Chronograph

Patek Philippe Nautlius Chronograph

This year's Baselworld saw one aesthetic trend — blue dials — coming on strong, and another — two-tone steel-and-gold looks — trickling back into the market after a few years out of fashion. Both are in evidence in this week's Watch to Watch, the new two-tone, chronograph version of Patek Philippe's luxury sport watch, the Nautilus. … [Read more...]

Longines Asthmometer-Pulsometer Chronograph

Longine Asthmometer Pulsometer Chronograph - side

Chronograph watches can be used to time everything from automobile races to soft-boiled eggs. With its new Asthmometer-Pulsometer Chronograph, Longines has introduced a chronograph that can literally be used to saved lives. … [Read more...]

Alpina Extreme Diver 300 Orange

Alpina Extreme Diver 300 Orange

The color orange has long been recognized by many professional divers as the most visible deep underwater, hence its use on many professional-grade diving watches. So it only made sense that Swiss sport-watch brand Alpina would release a divers' model with prominent orange elements. That new watch, which debuted at Baselworld, is called the Alpina Extreme Diver 300 Orange. … [Read more...]

Graham Chronofighter 1695 Erotic

Graham 1695 Chronofighter Erotic - back

"Business in the front, party in the back" is the motto of a certain type of dated and much-maligned hairstyle, but it could also apply to this week's Watch to Watch, the Graham 1695 Chronofighter Erotic, a limited edition that features the brand's classical chronograph dial under the crystal and intricate engravings of erotic art scenes on the caseback. … [Read more...]

Oris Aquis Depth Gauge

Oris Aquis Depth Gauge

Oris, long known for its professional-grade divers' watches, has achieved a watch-world milestone with its latest, the Oris Aquis Depth Gauge. The watch, introduced at this year's Baselworld, is the first divers' watch that measures depth by allowing water to enter the timepiece — a feature that would normally be a serious divers' watch no-no. … [Read more...]

Hublot Big Bang Unico

Hublot Big Bang Unico titanium/ceramic

Since its debut in 2009, Hublot's in-house Unico caliber, a column-wheel flyback chronograph movement, has been used in various models in the brand's King Power collection. At this year's Baselworld, Hublot introduced the first Big Bang watch equipped with the Unico. … [Read more...]

Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso (Video)

Panerai PAM 00515 - front

Panerai developed its Radiomir case in 1940 to meet the rugged needs of the Italian naval commandos who wore its watches. This year, the company brings back that original case for a series of modern Radiomir timepieces in its Historic Collection, among them this week's Watch to Watch, the Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days Oro Rosso. … [Read more...]

Corum Ti-Bridge Automatic Dual Winder

Corum Ti-Bridge Automatic-Dual-Winder in red gold

Corum has released a new watch in its "Bridges" collection — which includes the classic Golden Bridge and modern Ti-Bridge models — outfitted with an innovative automatic winding system in a horizontally oriented, linear movement. … [Read more...]

Frédérique Constant Slimline Moonphase Manufacture

Frederique Constant Slimline Moon-Phase white dial

Since its founding in 1988, Frédérique Constant has developed a well-earned reputation as a “value brand” among watch aficionados for its accessibly priced timepieces with in-house mechanical movements. This year, the brand added a manufacture moon-phase movement to its repertoire, making its debut in the new Slimline Moonphase Manufacture. … [Read more...]