Paul Gerber is perhaps the most subtly ironic watchmaker – always ready with a charming watchmaking twist – such as this ‘bi-nique’ Cal. 41 wristwatch with switchable jumping/permanent seconds and triple rotors
The venerable El Primero gets a first substantial upgrade (Cal. 3600) in 5 decades: 1/10 of a second, more autonomy, conventional crown positions, and revised chrono mechanics, clothed in a new old dress – ´Chronomaster Sport`
Hands-on: a comprehensive collector´s view on the MING 18.01 H41 and its (universal) bracelet. The latest diver watch to the MING family, a novelty from 2020.
With the Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum, OMEGA reinvented its watchmaking core philosophy, subtly, surprisingly, and full of delights for the aficionado
A novelty from 2020, a new member of the ´Spezialist`collection from Glashütte Original: SeaQ Panorama Date – in a bicolour case with a grey and (synthetic) textile strap
A virtual walk through F. P. Journe’s exhibition celebrating the 20th Anniversary of his iconic Chronomètre à Résonance watch
A lot of things are new for this year’s edition: here’s our take on the Academy’s selection of the 2020 GPHG finalists
The Roma Synergy shows how carefully Kari Voutilainen interprets the work of a fellow integrated manufacturer
The A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1A an example to question your paradigms and some added context from Saxony.
Ferdinand Berthoud – an acclaimed watchmaker in the 18th century and reborn as a brand only in 2015 – old yet young with highest ambitions and idiosyncratic details