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Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: IWC Mark XVIII

We take a look at one of the newest releases within the IWC Pilot’s Watch collection, the Mark XVIII. The IWC Pilot's Watch collection is rooted in the style of B-Uhr pilots' watches, and also influenced by the classic military-style watches known by the moniker "Dirty Dozen."


Blancpain Villeret Quantième Annuel GMT Steel

Annual calendars were a hot category at both of this year's Swiss watch fairs, and one of the most noteworthy of these was the latest version of the Blancpain Villeret Quantième Annuel GMT, which combines the annual calendar function with a dual-time display.


Borrowed Time: The Eterna Super KonTiki Chronograph Manufacture

For those watch enthusiasts who know Eterna primarily as the brand that gave us ETA — that movement-making colossus that has supplied engines to thousands of watch models over the decades — this year brings a reminder that the Eterna watch brand (not at all associated with ETA parent Swatch Group) remains a going concern....


Breitling Releases Limited-Edition Jet Team Chronomat 44 and Chronomat GMT

The Breitling Jet Team is halfway through the second and final year of its inaugural tour of U.S. and Canadian air shows, and its sponsoring watch brand is commemorating the American Tour with a pair of limited-edition watches, the Chronomat 44 Breitling Jet Team America Tour and Chronomat GMT Breitling Jet Team American Tour. Both...

Panerai Luminor Due: A “Two” That’s Also a First

Panerai’s latest addition to the Luminor family, the Panerai Luminor Due (“two” in Italian), is also the brand’s thinnest model so far. The result is a much more elegant appearance on the wrist while keeping the distinctive cushion-shaped case and crown protector of the 1950 model.


Video: How Blancpain’s Carrousel Was Born

Blancpain is unique in the world of watchmaking, as it is the only house that has mastered the art of placing a carrousel in a wristwatch. How did the idea for this component come about and how does it differ from a similar invention, the tourbillon? Find out in this exclusive video.

Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Rolex Explorer I

Today’s Rolex Explorer, Ref. 214270 (above), is one of the more subtle pieces in today's Rolex line. With a 39-mm steel Oyster case with a smooth bezel, a screw-down crown, and a water resistance to 100 meters, it is a solid sports watch in a luxurious, distinctly Rolex fashion.

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Hands-On Review: Longines Legend Diver

After you read our dive watch review of the Longines Legend Diver Date, and consider its updated features, including an attractive price tag, you may conclude that this might be the dive watch for you.

Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: IWC Aquatimer Automatic

The IWC Aquatimer, founded originally as a line of Super Compressor-style watches in 1967, was a series of dive watches developed by IWC to cater to the growing hobby of recreational diving. The modern version continues to pay subtle homage towards its almost half-century history, along with its more contemporary features.

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Hands-On with a Richard Mille RM055 Bubba Watson White Asia Edition

We review a rare Richard Mille RM055 Bubba Watson White Asia Edition — “rare” in this case meaning that there were only 30 pieces sold worldwide. And the fact that the watch is one of this model’s “White Asia Editions” makes it probably an even rarer sight here in the U.S.