H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Tourbillon in Wyoming Jade and Gold

One of the things Martin Green admires about Moser is that they seem to design each and every individual watch. The new Streamliner Tourbillon Wyoming Jade is a case in point.

Did Gérald Genta Design History’s First Luxury Steel Sports Watch for IWC (and Not Audemars Piguet)?

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Has history been rewritten? An early Gérald Genta design made for IWC – regrettably never put into production – suggests so. On June 22, 2022 the not-yet-seen sketch was auctioned by Sotheby’s.

Lang 1943 Field Watch Edition One: Gerd-Rüdiger Lang’s Fascination of Mechanics Continues

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Elizabeth Doerr reports on the long history of the new brand LANG 1943 and its premier timepiece, Field Watch Edition One. This launch timepiece fulfilled every expectation and ticked every box that she hoped it would, thanks in big part to the influence of grandmaster Gerd-Rüdiger Lang.

Seiko Credor Kumakawa Worldtimer: a Genuine Rolex beater for Under $2,000

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Quentin R. Bufogle has always been a Swiss watch snob. He knows Grand Seiko turns out some truly excellent timepieces. But for all of impeccable engineering, and craftsmanship, for this watch enthusiast, the brand has always lacked something in spirit. Until he discovered the Kumakawa Worldtimer GMT Limited Edition.

Ball Watch Engineer II Moon Phase Chronometer: Lume on the Moon and Strong Enough to Survive a Train Wreck!

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The Ball Watch Engineer II collection scores big when it comes to combining utilitarian features (like its tritium gas-filled tubes) with elevated, wholly luxurious finishes, and the Moon Phase Chronometer watch is a perfect example of this.
Both useful and mighty: A. Lange & Söhne’s Double Split in platinum

Why I Bought It: A. Lange & Söhne Double Split Chronograph

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GaryG provides us with a look at why he bought the A. Lange & Söhne Double Split even though he already owned the brand’s Datograph. The Double Split is the world’s only double rattrapante capable of both split-second and split-minute interval timing, which may shed some light.

Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph Reviewed by Tim Mosso

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Hey Marvel movie fans, Tim Mosso hast a watch for you. No, not those AP Royal Oaks dubiously decorated with spandex suits. He's talking about the Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph.

MB&F HM8 Mark 2: Horological Hypercars!

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With the MB&F HM8 Mark 2, Max Büsser returns to his roots to deliver a watch that deftly captures the automotive spirit. It's a hypercar for the wrist.

Flipping Watches: How to Eliminate Both Flipping and the Gray Market

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Ian Skellern has a solution that would both eliminate flipping and decimate the gray market. Or at least it would significantly minimize them. Might it work?

Vacheron Constantin Historiques 222: I Never Thought I’d Want This Watch So Badly

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Since the Vacheron Constantin Historiques 222 is descended from a steel sports watch, and was an early inspiration for the Overseas collection, it might seem that launching the first new model in 37 years would lean heavily on the “sports” aspect of the watch. But design and aesthetic are clearly the motivating factor for Vacheron Constantin deciding to lead with a yellow gold edition, explains Joshua Munchow, one of many fans.
Breitling Chronoliner on mesh bracelet

Milanaise Mesh Watch Bracelets: What’s the Attraction?

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As a great many watch lovers know, straps and bracelets can make or break a watch. While many might find the “vintage” appearance of mesh too delicate for today’s watches – for me mesh remains one of the most beautiful ways to dress up a watch, whether new or old.

New Release: De Bethune DB28XP Kind of Blue Tourbillon

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De Bethune has blended their Kind of Blue and DB28 case with their fast ultra-light rotating 30-second tourbillon/5 Hz escapement and a Starry Sky. The result is one of the best looking watches on the market and certainly one of the most comfortable.

Louis Moinet Black Moon: World First Central Moon Phase with Moon Meteorite disks

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To say that Jean-Marie Schaller, the founder of the modern Louis Moinet brand, is passionate about meteorites is an understatement: he has been studying and collecting them for more than 20 years. Now Louis Moinet take a darker look at the night sky with the Black Moon.

Tissot PRX Powermatic 80 Review: THE Near-Perfect Swiss Watch and it’s Relatively Affordable

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Tissot was a brand that Raman Kalra knew about and he often saw their watches, but they never really sparked any interest. Then the PRX was released, and he started to take an interest and took the plunge. As an owner here are his impressions of the Tissot PRX Powermatic 80.

Meet the Spaceman: Popular Fashion Watch of the 1960s and 1970s that was Almost Forgotten in a Drawer

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Launched in 1969, the Catena/Zeno Spaceman is special thanks to its funky design. It was a polarizing watch: people generally either hated it or loved it at first sight, and remains so today. Here is the brief history of this fun vintage watch.

Robot Aerodynamic: A Sophisticated Horological Surprise from the Czech Republic

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With the Aerodynamic, they Robot cleverly takes some of the design cues of the streamlined, air-cooled Tatra cars and incorporate them into the timepiece. The air vents are prominently displayed on the dial, and colored on this version in a beautiful hue of blue.