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Code Name Ultra: Deciphering the Bremont Codebreaker

  Bremont has carved out a niche for itself by weaving bits of historical DNA, usually British, into the fabric of selected timepieces. The EP120 and P-51 limited editions incorporated parts from famous WWII fighters. The Victory featured fragments of oak timber and copper from Admiral Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar. We test...

Born To Fly: Testing the Sinn EZM 10 TeSTaF

  The Sinn EZM 10 TeStaF has already passed rigorous German testing, certifying it as worthy of a place in the cockpit. We put it to the test again. How did it perform? Julia Knaut reports, with photos by OK-Photography. 

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

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 to share their passion for the brand. Panerai has rewarded its most loyal supporters with a limited-edition...

8 Things to Know About the Christophe Claret Allegro

At #baselworld 2015, Christophe Claret’s headliner was the Allegro, a new minute repeater watch that boasts very fine craftsmanship and an extremely eye-catching movement. Here’s what you need to know about the Le Locle brand’s latest in order to stay up to date.

Monochrome Monday: The HYT H3 Debuts At Baselworld 2015

Back in 2012, HYT introduced a watch that was a real blast in the world of watchmaking, by integrating a liquid directly into the movement and using it as an instrument to indicate time. One year after this first attempt named HYT H1, the company came back with a new watch, even more exiting and technically...

Made To Measure: Meistersinger vs. Mühle

Similar in styling, both German made. Which of these two measuring-instrument-inspired watches fared better in our test, Meistersinger or Mühle? Julia Knaut tackled the issue in this test. With images by OK-Photography.

Back to the Past: Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Ultra Thin 1948

The iconic Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso has had many incarnations since its debut as a watch for polo players in 1931. One of the most recent is the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Ultra-Thin 1948, a classically elegant watch that revives the look of the Reverso model that heralded the style of the 1950s.

Carl F. Bucherer Patravi TravelTec II Marks 10 Years of the TravelTec Family

Time flies — especially when you’re watching three time zones at once, apparently. It’s been 10 years since Carl F. Bucherer introduced its first TravelTec watch, equipped with both a chronograph and triple-time-zone display. At Baselworld 2015, the brand commemorated the occasion with the launch of the bigger, bolder Patravi TravelTec II.

IWC Ingenieur Chronograph Silberpfeil

IWC upgraded its Ingenieur collection of sports watches in 2013, incorporating design touches inspired by the brand’s partnership with the Mercedes-Benz AMG Petronas Formula One racing team. Among the models in the line is the Ingenieur Chronograph Silberpfeil, which pays tribute to a classic race car. The Chronograph Silberpfeil is named for the Mercedes-Benz W25...

Monochrome Monday: The Girard-Perregaux Tri-Axial Tourbillon (Now In White Gold)

As with every object located on earth, a watch is subjected to several forces. Together with magnetic fields, the worst enemy of an escapement is gravity, a force strong enough to deregulate a watch if it remains constantly in the same position. Brice Goulard of Monochrome Watches writes that in order to counteract this undesirable effect, a well-known...

Baselworld 2015: Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity Limited Editions

It was a year ago at Baselworld that Maurice Lacroix turned heads with its original Masterpiece Gravity model. This watch was especially notable as one of the first watches with an assortment fully made of silicon. But for Baselworld 2015, the brand wanted to take things farther. After all, 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of...

Baselworld 2015: The Ulysse Nardin Ulysse Anchor Tourbillon

What was still only a prototype in 2014 has now become a reality. At Baselworld 2015, Ulysse Nardin brought out the Ulysse Anchor Tourbillon, a limited-edition piece. This watch is most notable for being the first with Ulysse Nardin’s proprietary constant force escapement system, made entirely out of silicon.

Baselworld 2015: Breguet Tradition Chronographe Indépendant 7077

One of Breguet’s headliners at Baselworld 2015 is the Tradition Chronographe Indépendant 7077. In this remarkable new chronograph, Breguet pulls off an unusual feat. Looking at the 7077, you’re actually seeing two watches at once. Or, to be more accurate, one timekeeper and one chronograph.