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Vacheron Constantin Announces “World’s Most Complicated Watch:” Here’s a Glimpse

On Sept. 17 in Geneva, at a celebration marking its 260th anniversary, Vacheron Constantin will present what it calls “the most ingenious and sophisticated mechanical watch ever made.” Ahead of the launch, Vacheron has released some preliminary information about the watch to a small number of watch publications around the world, including WatchTime. (It did...

JCK 2015: Ball Watch Engineer II Volcano Features New Antimagnetic Case

In 2014, Ball Watch broke new ground in antimagnetic watch technology with the introduction of its Engineer II Magneto S, a watch that featured an inner shield, made of a patented alloy called “mumetal,” which protected its mechanical movement from the adverse effects of magnetic fields. This year, the company takes the concept a step...

Dive Watch Wednesday: 10 Mechanical Dive Watches for Women

Dive watches tend to be among the chunkier types of timepieces, which has always made it difficult to find one small enough to be suitable for most ladies‘ wrists — whether you’re choosing for yourself or as a gift for that special someone above and below the water. It gets even more complicated if you...

Dive Watch Wednesday: Hands-on with the Clerc Hydroscaph Chronograph

In 2008, Geneva-based brand Clerc launched a dive watch that was rather different from anything else in the category: The Clerc Hydroscaph introduced, among other features, a unique, octagonal bezel design and an unusual locking mechanism to operate it. It also features an ultra-complex case construction and flexible lugs. Three years later, the increasingly prominent...

Press Release: WatchTime’s Newest E-Special Showcases the Watches of SIHH 2015

New York City (NY); Watchtime.com, the website of America’s best-selling watch magazine, WatchTime, has announced its latest downloadable E-Special, collecting its complete coverage of the 2015 Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH). The SIHH, which takes place in Geneva, is an exclusive, annual event for the luxury watch industry in which many important watch...

Dive Watch Wednesday: 5 Contemporary Titanium Dive Watches

Even though Seiko was the first watch company to use titanium for a watch case back in the 1970s, it was IWC that first commercially launched a watch made entirely out of titanium in the ’80s. Why titanium? It’s a material with high tensile strength and toughness, yet comparably light in weight and, most importantly,...

Watch Insider: 17 Ultra-Technical Timepieces

On my blog, Watch-Insider.com, I assembled this list of 17 “techie” watches, all released within the past few years, that have most fascinated me in the area of technical innovation and watchmaking prowess. This list of ultra-technical watches will be updated whenever we stumble upon a new extraordinary watch. Here are 17, with photos and...