We’ve added a lot more videos to Watchtime.com over the past year, and many of you have noticed. The videos — most created and provided by some of the top watch brands — have become one of the most popular features on the site. Below, we count down your current favorite watch videos, ranked by page views. Click on each to watch the full video.
HYT’s H2 expands the timekeeping system of its debut model, the H1, which uses clear and green-tinted liquids indicate the passing hours, by adding a center-mounted hour hand, crown-position indicator, and a reworked movement.
This 2010 model of Rolex¹s classic Oyster Perpetual Explorer, a watch originally made for a Mount Everest expedition, was revamped with a larger case and new caliber.
Baume & Mercier added this chronograph to its Capeland collection, housing a La Joux-Perret automatic bi-compax chronograph movement with flyback and date.