Omega’s Antimagnetic Tourbillon Is A Watchmaking Breakthrough
The Bienne brand rolls two firsts into one fiery rose-gold watch – reinforcing its reputation for horological ingenuity with the Omega De Ville Tourbillon Numbered Edition
Jaeger-leCoultre Rings The Changes With Three New Chiming Watches
Idiosyncratic, certainly, but quite possibly indispensable when your phone dies, chiming watches have been Jaeger Le-Coultre's business for 150 years. Now it has relaunched its 70-year-old Memovox alarm watch with a brand new function and announced another instalment in its chiming Master Grand Tradition series
Longines New Spirit Honours The Pilots Who First Put The Brand On The Map
The story of Longines and the skies is almost as old as powered aviation itself. Now it has produced a collection dedicated to those early flyers' pioneering spirit
Why Breitling Is One Of The Last Great Independent Watchmakers
Crucial to the development of the self-winding chronograph, Breitling's 134-year history is littered with similar examples of game-changing innovation. And as the launches of the last couple of years have made clear, the clock has certainly not stopped at the brand's HQ in Grenchen
Jaeger Lecoultre's New Calendar Chronograph Wins The Day-date
Leading the pack of four new calendar-equipped Master Control models is a triple-threat high complication piece that resets the standard for practical dress watches
Breitling's New Chronomat Is A Tribute To The Watch That Saved The Company
A game-changer when it first appeared back in 1942, the aviation-inspired Breitling Chronomat went onto become one of the biggest watches of the 1980s (literally). And now it's back in an all new collection