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Hublot Supports Rhino Conservation with Big Bang Unico SORAI Limited Edition

As many are aware, rhinoceros populations in the animals’ native Africa have long been threatened. The cause for the decline is directly linked to human activity, particularly the ongoing practice of poaching. According to SORAI, (Save Our Rhino Africa/India), two thirds of the rhinos in South Africa’s Kruger Park alone have have been killed over...

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Back on Track: Testing the Tissot Heritage 1973

Watch collectors journey through time as soon as they lay their eyes on the new Tissot Heritage 1973, which references a decade when fearless drivers risked their lives on racetracks. We took it for a spin in this test from our September-October 2019 issue.

Sponsored: ShopWorn Sets a New Standard for Seasonal Luxury

The popular retail site ShopWorn has quickly become the go-to resource for watches, jewelry and accessories from A-list brands like Breitling, Carl F. Bucherer, Hamilton, and others. Here’s a look at 10 timepieces you won’t want to miss. Status watches stand apart among luxury brands in at least one crucial element for consumers: They’re not...

Breitling Pushes “Athleisure” to New Limits with the Endurance Pro Ironman

Breitling has a history of partnering with, and producing watches for, those who push themselves to the brink, whether they be pilots, divers, professional athletes, or others inclined toward adventure and high-adrenaline pursuits. (Who could forget the best examples of this mission statement, the Breitling Emergency and Emergency II, both watches specifically designed to bring...

Father’s Day 2021: A Luxury Gift Guide for the Discerning Gentleman

Father’s Day is upon us, and as always we at WatchTime hope we’ve provided ample choices over the year for those wishing to gift a timepiece to the fathers, grandfathers, and other important men in their circle. For those who may be looking for something else, we offer these curated, high-end offerings from our friends...

Roads to Bridges: Girard-Perregaux Rolls Out its First Timepiece in Partnership with Aston Martin

Earlier this year, Girard-Perregaux joined the ranks of Swiss watchmakers partnering with luxury automobile marques, launching a new collaboration with Britain’s Aston Martin. This week, we discovered the first timepiece to emerge from the partnership, the Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges – Aston Martin Edition, which merges a classical haute horlogerie innovation with avant-garde automotive...

The Bear is Back: Oris Launches Big Crown Hölstein Edition 2021

Following up on last year’s inaugural “Holstein Edition” timepiece, an all- bronze version of its popular Divers Sixty-Five chronograph, Oris has unveiled the latest in its limited series of watches paying tribute to the Swiss village of its founding. The Big Crown Holstein Edition 2021 provides a novel take on Oris’s vintage-inspired Big Crown model,...

Parmigiani Fleurier Goes Bold and Bicolor with New Tondagraph GT Models

Parmigiani Fleurier introduced the Tonda GT, a sportier subfamily of its luxurious Tonda line, in 2020, to offer a more “everyday” style of timepiece that still distinctly projected the manufacture’s legendary elegance. This year, the GT series expands with two Tondagraph models — both with new silver-and-black bicolor dials (aka the ever-popular “panda” style) yet...

“S” Stands for Sport: Testing the Junghans Meister S Chronoscope

With a sturdier case, increased water resistance and a robust strap, Junghans has reworked its classically elegant Meister Chronoscope for a sportier look and feel — truly earning the new “S” in its name. We give it a thorough review in this feature from our March-April 2021 issue. The Meister Chronoscope is one of the...

The MeisterSinger Stratoscope is a Supermoon for the Wrist

Last week was a treat for stargazers, with the appearance in the heavens of both a total lunar eclipse and a rare “Blood Red Supermoon.” MeisterSinger, the German watchmaker renowned for its single-handed timepieces, has recently released what may be the perfect timepiece for those so entranced by such cosmic phenomena that they could stare...

Vacheron Constantin Celebrates an American Century with Faithfully Reproduced American 1921 Pièce Unique

Back in April, Vacheron Constantin unveiled a trio of Historiques American 1921 models in precious metal cases, commemorating the 100th anniversary of its inspiration, a vintage timepiece from the heyday of Art Deco. The release of those models, however, was just the prelude to an even more ambitious and historically significant tribute to the model’s...

Sponsored: The SEVENFRIDAY S2/01 Reimagines the Valve

The SEVENFRIDAY S2/01 is the Industrial Revolution-inspired offspring of the well-tested  S-Series. The S-Series features the Zurich-based brand’s iconic square shape with rounded edges and the S2/01 is a tribute to early-20th-century Industrial Revolution icons. The S-Series trilogy was unveiled during Spring 2017 and the S2/01 will only be available worldwide, fresh from the press,...

F.P. Journe Marks 20 Years of Octa with New 99-Piece Limited Edition in Platinum

F.P. Journe presented the first Octa Automatique in 2001, and the self-winding movement that eponymous founder Francois-Paul Journe developed for that seminal timepiece has undergone only three minor evolutions in the two decades since, testifying to its ingenious and durable design. Paying tribute to it is this week’s Watch to Watch, a special edition in...

A Worthy Update: The Patek Philippe Calatrava “Clous De Paris” Ref. 6119

As was widely expected, Patek Philippe made major headlines with its first go-round as an exhibitor at Watches & Wonders. First, the Swiss manufacture famously capped off it Nautilus collection with the Ref. 5711/1A-01, a green-dialed steel variation to replace the highly-demanded, blue-dialed Ref. 5711/1A. Behind that launch, it introduced the Ref. 5236P-001 In-Line Perpetual...

Piaget Adds Precious Heft to its Polo Skeleton Series With New Rose-Gold and Diamond-Set Timepieces

Piaget’s 1970s-influenced, male-oriented sport-luxury Polo collection, whose most recent revamp had come in 2016, returned to the spotlight earlier this year with the release of the first Polo Skeleton models in stainless steel cases. Piaget had hinted at a renewed focus on the Polo collection in 2021 and the watch-and-jewelry house has delivered, by following...