Designed for warfare, these rugged timepieces will withstand anything you can throw at them.
If all you’re after is a good-looking accessory that happens to tell the time, you don’t need to break the bank.
A deep dive into some of the most serious submarine watches around.
Like a good classic car, a decent watch should never break down – provided you treat it right of course.
Rose gold has long since beaten out yellow gold as the precious metal of choice for nearly every watchmaker out there. Here’s why.
A chance to see more of your desired timepiece, in one sitting.
We’re talking hundreds of thousands of pounds.
In formal situations – or any situation past about 6 o’clock really – gold watches are the only real way to go.
An elaboration of ‘Made in Germany’ quality, and a diversification for the legend of the camera world.
There’s not much more satisfying than taking it out on the tube, nodding approvingly at my own punctuality and nestling the contraption back in my pocket.
A careful reinterpretation of a 2001 classic. This is the new Kalpa for 2018.
Simple, easy-to-wear elegance whatever the activity.
Certina’s resurgence is spearheaded by its new DS (Double Security) Action Diver watch.
The entire concept of Garrick is to make everything here that can be made here.
Ape’s selection of the best pieces from the biggest watch brands this year.
It’s all about how your first watch makes you feel.
Masterpieces of technical and original design combined with reliability and performance.
Three of the best from the latest Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Genève.
It’s easy to look down your nose at ‘fashion’ watches, but these couture houses know what makes them tick.
Churchill’s dress style is well documented but not quite as well known yet omnipresent with almost every outfit was his trusty Breguet No. 765 pocket watch.