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Dive Watches 101: The Basics of the Rotating Divers’ Watch Bezel

Seiko Marinemaster bezel submerged

In the third part of this series on the basics of divers' watches, takes on what is probably most distinctive element of a dive watch: the rotating bezel. … [Read more...]

Facetime June 22


Welcome to another installment of Facetime! … [Read more...]

A Weekend of Watches in Las Vegas


Days Two and Three of the JCK Watch and Jewelry Show in Las Vegas brought some interesting new watches to our attention, including a few that made their debut at the show and some others that impressed us with their price-to-value ratio. Glycine, a Swiss brand known for pilots' watches, celebrates the 60th anniversary of its Airman model next year. In anticipation, it has released several new Airman models, including one with a smaller case size for ladies. What really blew us away, however, … [Read more...]

Big Time: More Wallpaper From the WatchTime Archives

BigTime - Breitling Super Avenger

This week, WatchTime offers another gallery of one-of-a-kind watch watch photography from its magazine archives as full-size wallpaper for your desktop. This week's theme is "Big Time," first presented at the height of the big-watch boom in 2007, featuring eight large watches re-imagined as larger-than-life sculpture by expert watch photographer Nik Schölzel. Click on the photos for larger images. … [Read more...]

Clockwork Orange: Wallpaper From the WatchTime Archives

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

Back in our December 2006 issue, we ran a photo feature called "Clockwork Orange," showcasing watches with orange dials, straps, and other elements. Now we've selected a half-dozen of these striking still-life images, shot by our faithful watch shutterbug Nik Schölzel, for you to download to decorate your computer screen. Simply click on the photos for full-sized wallpaper images. Orange you glad you visited our site? … [Read more...]

To Wind or Not to Wind: Glycine Combat 6


This is the sixth generation of Glycine's Combat series and for 2009, automatic and manual winding models are available. Both versions share a 43mm diameter case. The automatic, distinguished by the presence of a date function, uses an ETA 2824-2 movement, while an ETA 2801-2 powers the manual winder. Both versions offer a mineral glass display back. Both models are available on strap or bracelet, with black or blue dials, and with stick hour markers or Arabic numbers. … [Read more...]