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Revolution founding editor Wei Koh speaks to Jack Wong about his fabulous watch collection and teaching himself watch restoration.
At the London launch of the Defy Classic Range Rover Edition, Tornare talked to Revolution about the future of Zenith Watches and the responsibility put on his shoulders by one of the giants of the industry.
In today’s watch world – new, pre-owned and vintage – one model is sure...
With Zenith’s reissue of the legendary “A. Cairelli” chronograph, collectors have been reminded of a rarely recalled chapter in the history of military watches. It’s a story that encompasses not just the CP-2 watch – the actual subject of the reissue – but its predecessors and those that would replace it.
With a new watch designed entirely by Bamford Watch Department (BWD), plus new contracts that guarantee him an unlimited supply of TAG Heuer, Zenith and Bulgari timepieces to customize, 2017 was the year that one of horology's most legendary mutineers officially came in from the cold.