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SIHH 2018:

Discovering L’Astronomo: Panerai’s First Moon-Phase Watch is So Much More

While it is best known for the many variations on its classic Luminor and Radiomir collections, Panerai has dabbled, pretty impressively in some cases, with highly complicated, highly limited timepieces, as witness the brand’s Carillon Tourbillon Minute Repeater GMT from 2016, for example. However, the one complication that the Florentine brand had never produced, amazingly...

SIHH 2018:

Three New Pilot’s Watches from IWC

The big story during IWC‘s 150th-anniversary celebration at SIHH this year has been the Jubilee Collection, which features the buzzworthy Tribute to Pallweber. The most prominent motif for IWC throughout all 27 new models? A classic design that embodies the spirit of the Schaffhausen-based manufacture with a slight shift away from sportier models such as the...

NEWS

Bovet Edouard Bovet Tourbillon: A Triple-Threat Travelers’ Watch

The Bovet watch brand was incorporated in 1822, but its foundations were laid four years earlier, in 1818, when Edouard Bovet introduced his ticking masterworks to a collector in the Chinese city of Ghuangzhou. This year marks 200 years since that fateful journey, and today's Bovet is commemorating it with what it calls a high-end timepiece dedicated to travel: the Edouard Bovet Tourbillon, unveiled today ahead of the 2018 SIHH.

PROMOTION

The Calypso: E.C.Andersson’s First True High-End Watch

E.C.Andersson Watch Co. is back with its most meticulously made watch yet, a true high-end watch to carry the brand into a new segment. The E.C.Andersson Calypso is completely custom-designed in Gothenburg and equipped with the most reliable Swiss automatic movement in its segment.

Wake-Up Time: 5 Luxury Watches With Mechanical Alarms

They're not as sexy as tourbillons or as complicated as perpetual calendars, but mechanical alarm watches possess one of the more useful complications for a weary traveler or an overworked executive. Here are five alarm watches worth noting, including Blancpain's Villeret Reveil GMT, Breguet's Marine Royale 5847 and Jaeger-LeCoultre's Master Memovox.

THIN IS IN

7 Record-Setting Ultra-Thin Watches

Read our review of six recent examples of watches that have set records for thinness in their respective categories, with models from Vacheron Constantin, Piaget, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Bulgari, and others.

2017: THE WATCH YEAR IN REVIEW

The 10 Most Popular Posts on WatchTime in 2017

As we approach the end of 2017 and prepare for a new year of watch releases in 2018, we wanted to take a look back at some of the most noteworthy timepieces that came out this year. Check back each day this week for a new list focused on everything that 2017 had to offer....

2017: THE WATCH YEAR IN REVIEW

Six Dive Watches that Made a Splash in 2017

As we approach the end of 2017 and prepare for a new year of watch releases in 2018, we wanted to take a look back at some of the most noteworthy timepieces that came out this year. Check back each day this week for a new list focused on everything that 2017 had to offer....

SIHH 2018 PREVIEW:

Greubel Forsey Unveils a Watch with a Minuscule Foudroyante Jumping Seconds Complication

Earlier this morning, Greubel Forsey flexed its horological muscles with an official SIHH 2018 teaser that offers a whole new take on the traditional foudroyante jumping seconds complication. If you’re not sure what a foudroyante jumping second hand is, you’re not alone. It’s a rare complication that doesn’t show up too often, but when it does,...

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That Calls for Champagne: New Watches From NOMOS Glashütte

Small, elegant, and slender: Four classic watch models from NOMOS Glashütte are now available with a champagne-colored dial. In these new versions, Tangente, Orion, and Ludwig have a diameter of just 33 millimeters, while the square-faced Tetra model has an edge length of only 27 millimeters. With their smaller size and beige velour leather straps,...

A Holiday Gift Guide for the Watch-Collecting Renaissance Man

While all watch enthusiasts are different, and diverse in their pursuits and interests, there are some traits that we’ve found to be fairly common among the collector community. Among these are an eye for stylish fashion; a taste for fine spirits and, often, premium cigars; an appreciation for art, travel, and high-end writing instruments; and,...

The Last Jedi: A Second Look at the Star Wars by Devon Works Limited Edition Watch

In the esoteric world of watchmaking, Devon Works watches represent a very small segment within an already niche area of the watch-collector market. Why? Its unique timepieces are not powered by a quartz or mechanical movement; instead, they are powered by electronic motors that receive energy from a rechargeable battery, similar to how a smartwatch works, but not identical.

END-OF-YEAR GUIDE

Five Watches Under $5,000 You May Have Missed This Year

As 2017 comes to an end, the WatchTime editors wanted to cover some notable watches of the year in a variety of price ranges. We’ve already covered a selection of timepieces under $500 and under $2,000. Now, here’s our guide to watches under $5,000 that you may have missed throughout everything that 2017 had to...