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Motorsport Luxury: Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition

Many watch companies have produced timepieces in partnership with automobile brands. Only one, however, can claim as direct a line to automotive heritage as Porsche Design. The luxury automaker rolled out the eighth-generation 911 earlier this week, and alongside it a new limited-edition companion for its drivers' wrists: the Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine.


Free-Wheeling Style: Zenith Defy Classic Range Rover Special Edition

Zenith launched its groundbreaking El Primero chronograph watch in 1969, the same year that British luxury automaker Land Rover rolled out the world’s first luxury off-road, four-wheel-drive vehicle, the Range Rover. In 2016, the two respected marques kicked off a long-term partnership that has resulted in several very special Range Rover-branded timepieces. The latest, a...


Smokin’ Aces: Alpina Launches The Shadow Line

As shorter days and longer nights become the norm across the throughout the fall and winter months, Alpina is embracing the dark, releasing a range of six new timepieces with smoked dials in two of its product families, the Alpiner 4 and Startimer Pilot, collectively called the Shadow Line.

Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Nezumi Corbeau

This week, we’ll be taking a look at Swedish brand Nezumi Studios’s fourth release, the 1960s and 70s inspired Corbeau. Nezumi isn’t a new name to the Vintage Eye series, with us previously taking a look at their popular vintage racing chronograph inspired Voiture model back in 2016, and its follow-up in the Baleine which took...


Make it a Double: Introducing the Tudor Glamour Double Date

With its dressy Glamour Double Date collection — outfitted with a new exclusive caliber, and in a rarity for the brand, on display behind an exhibition caseback — Tudor reminds us that there's more to its eclectic and growing collection than the sporty and mega-popular Black Bay and Pelagos dive watch series.


Split Precision: The Breitling Navitimer 1 B03 Rattrapante Boutique Edition

Breitling introduced its Navitimer 1 B03 Rattrapante 45, outfitted with the venerable brand’s first in-house split-seconds chronograph movement, in 2017. At the recent Breitling Summit in London, whose centerpiece launch was the new Premier collection, Breitling unveiled a new limited version with a “Stratos gray” dial, available for sale exclusively at the brand’s 70 boutiques...


Introducing the Brellum Wyvern Manufacture Limited Edition

Since its launch in mid-2016, Brellum has quickly become a leader in the arena of small-scale, value-focused Swiss watchmaking. The brand was founded by Sébastien Muller, a fourth-generation watchmaker from Porrentruy, a hidden town in Switzerland’s Canton of Jura with a storied watchmaking history. After turning 40, Muller made the choice to start his own...


Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Doxa SUB 300 Searambler “Silver Lung”

In 2017, the storied Swiss dive watch brand Doxa shocked the market by selling 300 of its SUB 300 Professional “Black Lung” watches only hours after their release. The new watch was a re-issue of a vintage model known as one of today’s most famed and collectible dive watches, the SUB 300 Professional “Aqua Lung.”...


Talking with Kari Voutilainen About the 217QRS, His GPHG Nomination, and the Future of Baselworld

Kari Voutilainen is a legend in the world of contemporary independent watchmaking. Over the past 16 years, he’s become one of the most well-regarded members of the niche scene, often specializing in small-series and one-off timepieces. He is known for his horological versatility, producing everything from tourbillons to chronographs; his superlative finishing; and his approachable...


Precious History: Omega Seamaster 1948 Limited Editions Now in Platinum Cases

The Omega Seamaster celebrates 70 years in production in 2018, with this year's Baselworld hosting the release of two commemorative editions, based on the original 1948 Seamaster and limited to 1,948 pieces, in stainless steel cases. Now, as the anniversary year draws to a close, Omega follows them up with two additional models in platinum cases with an even more limited run: just 70 pieces, one for each year of the iconic watch's existence.


The Next Cult Classic from Citizen? Hands-On with the Promaster Tough

As longtime proponents of mechanical watchmaking, WatchTime doesn’t typically cover the average quartz release. However, when it comes to Citizen, our editorial team feels a bit differently. Personally, a Citizen Eco-Drive served as my entry point into the watch world and I know that story will ring true for a countless number of other collectors....


Born During Wartime: Longines Heritage Military

In 2016, Longines released the first Heritage Military watch in its vintage-inspired Heritage collection, based on a museum piece from 1918 that was worn by soldiers during World War I. For the newest version of the Longines Heritage Military, launched this year, the Saint-Imier-based watchmaker turned the clock ahead to the Second World War, and...


Carl F. Bucherer Celebrates 130 Years With Launch of New Heritage Collection

Carl Friedrich Bucherer established his first watch and jewelry boutique in the Swiss city of Lucerne in 1888, making 2018 the 130th anniversary of his eponymous company, which in 1919 also began making its own luxury timepieces. With the release of the Heritage Tourbillon Double Peripheral Limited Edition — the flagship piece of its new...


Hands-On with the Martenero Edgemere Reserve

Prior to the release of the Edgemere Reserve earlier this month, Martenero was a microbrand that had somewhat remained on the horological periphery for me. I was aware of what the four-year-old company was up to as I knew several people that touted them as a leader in the wave of U.S.-based, small-scale brands that...


Baume & Mercier’s new Clifton Baumatic: Lengthened Service Intervals

A mechanical watch movement is a complex mechanism comprising numerous mobile miniature components. Their perpetual interaction results in friction and wear ultimately influencing the smooth running of the movement. This is one of the reasons why watches have to be returned for regular service. The new Clifton Baumatic from Baume & Mercier with the maison’s...