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Bare Bones: 10 Standout Skeleton Watches

For watch aficonados who love the technical "openwork" artistry of skeleton watchmaking, we take a look at 10 skeleton watches introduced in recent years, from brands like Glashütte Original, Blancpain, Vacheron Constantin, Piaget and others.

Highlights from WatchTime’s September-October Issue, On Sale Now

The fifth WatchTime issue of 2018 hits newsstands today, with highlights ranging from our cover story featuring the Baume & Mercier Baumatic; an interview with Christian Selmoni, director of style and heritage at Vacheron Constantin as well as an in-depth look at the new FiftySix collection; a close-up of Citizen Watch Company at its centennial; tests of...

Showing at WatchTime New York: Czapek Faubourg de Cracovie Dioné & Rhea

America’s largest luxury watch show, WatchTime New York, returns to Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27 (click here for event details and to purchase tickets). As we count down to the big event, we continue to spotlight many of the new timepieces that guests will discover there. Today we turn our attention to one of the new chronograph...

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Five Tissot Watches from 2018 Worth a Second Look

Out of all the brands within the Swatch Group‘s mechanical watch portfolio, Tissot is likely the most well tuned into the global mass market. You can find Tissot watches in department stores around the world. You’ll see Tissot ads on TV as well as on the New York subway. If you follow sports, you might...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Omega Speedmaster Racing Chronograph

America’s largest luxury watch show, WatchTime New York, returns to Manhattan’s Gotham Hall in October. As we count down to the big event, we continue to spotlight new timepieces that guests will discover there. Today we turn our attention to the latest version 0f Omega's vintage-look wrist chronograph, the Speedmaster Racing Master Chronometer.

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Memovox

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, returns to the Big Apple in October. As we count down to the big event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we’ continue to spotlight some of the headliners among the many new watches that guests will discover there. Today we showcase the Polaris...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Zenith Defy Classic Collection

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, returns to the Big Apple in October. As we count down to the big event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we continue to showcase many of the new timepieces that guests will discover there. Today we turn our attention to the Zenith Defy...

Depths of Complexity: 5 Ultra-Complicated Dive Watches

Most mechanical dive watches are priced under $10,000 (even though the iconic Rolex Deepsea, Sea-Dweller, and Submariner, and some Blancpain Fifty Fathoms models, might go for a bit more nowadays), but there are several fascinating dive watches that go way beyond that. Here are some examples.

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Oak & Oscar Quietly Releases Two Watches in Batch Nº1

Owners of Oak & Oscar timepieces received a surprise email in their inbox last Friday. Chase Fancher, the founder of the Chicago-based microbrand, was writing to his network of collectors to announce a highly-limited collection called Batch Nº1 that would be available to ship starting on Monday, August 6. The name is a reference, no...

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Bovet Récital 22 Grand Récital

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, returns to the Big Apple in October. As we countdown to the big event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we’ll be previewing many of the new watches that guests will discover there. Today we’re taking a look at the Bovet Récital 22 Grand...

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Taking a Look at Carl Suchy & Söhne, a Resurrected Austrian Watch Brand

Austria, despite its envy-inducing location on the border of Switzerland and Germany, isn’t home to as many prestigious watchmakers as you might think. In fact, other than the husband and wife duo that forms the independent brand Habring², there hasn’t been much horological activity in the country over the past few decades. That changed in...

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WatchTime Teams Up with Vacheron Constantin for a Night of Rare Vintage

It was only last week when we introduced you to the Vacheron Constantin Les Collectionneurs exhibit, a selection of 10 notable vintage timepieces taken from the brand’s 263-year-old history that are currently for sale at the boutique on Madison Avenue in NYC. Last night, we invited WatchTime readers and collectors to join Vacheron Constantin and friends of...

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Swatch Group to Leave Baselworld

Baselworld is losing its most important exhibitor, according to today’s issue of Swiss newspaper, Neue Zürcher Zeitung am Sonntag (NZZ). This not only means that the 2019 show will have to do without brands like Breguet, Blancpain, Harry Winston, Jaquet Droz, Omega, Glashütte Original, Longines, Rado, Tissot, Mido, Certina, Hamilton, Balmain or Calvin Klein, it...

5 Milestone Breitling Watches, from 1915 to Today

Pilots rely on Breitling’s chronographs, but calendars, world timers and divers’ watches also are part of the brand’s 130-plus-year history. As we all digest and discuss the redesigned Navitimer models that Breitling announced last week, let['s look back on five important Breitling watches that helped define the brand's identity from 1915 through the modern day.

Showing at WatchTime New York 2018: Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Skelet-One

WatchTime New York, America’s largest luxury watch show, returns to the Big Apple in October. As we countdown to the big event, taking place at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27, we’ll be previewing many of the new watches that guests will discover there. Today, we’re taking a look at the Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde...