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Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Co-Axial Master Chronometer in steel with 18K Sedna Gold (Image © Revolution)

Riding High on Tech: Forging Bespoke Metals

Riding the wave of technological advancement, watch manufacturers are going beyond market-ready goods to concoct their very own bespoke alloys.
Heuer Kentucky, one of the first to use the Valjoux 7750

50th Year of the Automatic Chronograph: In the Age of Quartz

The story of the automatic chronograph continues with the arrival of daily beater chronographs in the age of quartz.
Original IWC Pallweber Pocket Watch and IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition “150 years” Wristwatch in 45mm Red Gold Case (Photography: Sandro Baebler)

IWC’s “150 Years” Jubilee Collection

To celebrate its 150th year, 28 watches from IWC’s signature families were reimagined for the 21st-century customer, thematically linked by stunning white and blue lacquered dials.
Close up of IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar

Character is Forever: The Perpetual Calendar

A simple date display is a pretty handy thing. This Rolex innovation that has...
Bovet Sportster Chronograph included “bullhead” crowns and pushers, Chinese Zodiac character hour markers and a brand name in Chinese characters (Photography © Joy Corthésy)

The Watch That Started It All

Every watch aficionado has a story about how they fell in love with watches. It may start with the first watch he or she wore as a child, the first serious watch they received as they entered adulthood, or the watch that they dreamed about owning. Like every passion, appreciating fine watchmaking is a journey that is unique to each and every person.