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Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Casio G-Shock

The original Casio G-Shock broke some serious ground in the watch market, so we take a week off from our usual focus on iconic mechanical watches to explore a modern G-Shock reference to see how it stacks up to the original game-changing piece from the 1980s.


Well-Armed: Victorinox Swiss Army Infantry Automatic

We test the Victorinox Infantry Automatic, with simple military watch styling and a no-frills price to match. Find out the results — including all specs, scores, and prices — in this feature from the WatchTime archives. The Infantry Automatic from Victorinox has many of the features of a traditional military watch: large, easy-to-read Arabic numerals,...


IWC Honors its American Founder with Limited-Edition Portugieser Tourbillon

IWC Schaffhausen — the only Swiss watch brand founded by an American — has launched a special timepiece that pays tribute to brand founder Florentine Ariosto Jones. The IWC Portugieser Tourbillon Hand-Wound Edition "D.H. Craig U.S.A." takes its name from the inscription on a historic Jones pocketwatch movement and from the historical figure it represents.

Patek Philippe Celebrates 40 Years of the Nautilus with New Limited Editions

In 1976, Patek Philippe released the original Patek Philippe Nautilus. This year, that now-iconic timepiece marks its 40th year in production, and Patek is commemorating it in style, with two new limited-edition Nautilus models — one a platinum-cased tribute to the 1970s original, the other a flyback chronograph patterned after the model's most recent redesign in 2006.

A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Pour le Mérite: Now in White Gold

A. Lange & Söhne has introduced a new, limited-edition version of its Richard Lange “Pour le Mérite” timepiece — first released in 2009 and previously available in rose gold and platinum models, both now sold out — in a white-gold case and black dial — coincidentally for the German luxury watch brand, the just in time for the...


Introducing the E.C.Andersson North Sea

If you’re weak for the pillow-shaped oyster cases of the past, but having trouble fitting them on your wrist, than E.C.Andersson North Sea might be an ideal watch for you. It measures 40 mm in diameter, 10 mm thin, and sits just right no matter the wrist size. But let us start from the beginning....


Borrowed Time: A Week with the Glashütte Original Senator Excellence

Some would say that the Glashütte Original Senator Excellence — the Saxon watch brand's highlight piece from this year's Baselworld watch fair — embodies what mechanical watchmaking boils down to at its core: a simple, readable display of the time on the outside, powered by incredibly intricate micro-mechanics on the inside. Here we take a closer look.


Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Squelette

Skeleton watches continued to be a favorite theme at Baselworld 2016. Among the notables is this week's Watch to Watch, a skeletonized execution of the Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador timepiece, the flagship model of this Swiss-made watch brand with Cuban roots.

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...