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First Look – It’s Raining Meteorites on the New Louis Moinet Cosmopolis

If you thought meteorite dials were all the rage, wait until you see Louis Moinet’s latest unique piece, the Cosmopolis. Renowned for its Baroque-staged complications, Louis Moinet’s approach to horology is nothing short of spectacular. In exuberant Louis Moinet style, the Cosmopolis blasts all existing meteorite dials out of the water. Not one but twelve […]

Introducing – The Fascinating Narbel & Co Skel-1

The name of Philippe Narbel might not be on everyone’s radar, but that’s about to change. If you happen to already be familiar with his work, however, I’m positive his latest creation will get you quite excited! Making his debut with the Roots watch last year, Narbel and his team are working under the Narbel […]

First Look – The IWC Portugieser Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph Lewis Hamilton

One of the most accomplished motorsport athletes, Lewis Hamilton is equally famous for his racing pedigree (seven-time F1 world champion, on the same level as Schumacher), his striking personality and his distinctive personal style and polarizing outfits. This sense of fashion and style has long been reflected in his horological choices, not only by wearing […]

Introducing – The New Norqain Wild ONE Hakuna Mipaka Limited Edition

The Wild ONE series, introduced last year, features a brand-new lightweight material called NORTEQ, both launches initiated by Jean-Claude Biver, an Advisor to the Board of the family-owned Swiss watchmaker Norqain. This relatively young (since 2018) brand has already made a significant impact through its technical innovations, philanthropic endeavours, and collaborative projects. One of Norqain’s […]

First Look – Zenith Defy Extreme Chronograph Carl Cox

Zenith’s Defy Extreme erupted on the scene in 2021 as a high-testosterone brother to the already virile, heavy-duty, high-performance Defy collection. Since high-frequency movements have been an integral part of Zenith’s personality since the launch of the El Primero movement in 1969, the Defy Extreme Chronograph is fitted with the highest frequency chronograph in regular […]

Introducing – Charlie Paris Concordia GMT Automatic Collection

A relatively young brand based in France (founded in 2014), Charlie Paris now offers a wide range of accessible watches, from elegant models to sports watches. Among those, the Concordia collection has recently caught our attention. Classically styled, it blends a robust case with diving specs and a reliable Swiss movement for a fair price. […]

First Look – The New MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO Taipei Edition

MB&F has yet to introduce a luxury sports watch that instantly screams ‘luxury sports watch’. For now, the closest you can come to a sporty MB&F timepiece is through the brand’s EVO sub-line, which includes the Perpetual, Sequential, and Split Escapement Legacy Machines. The EVO line timepieces are presented in cases featuring a screw-down crown […]

Introducing – The Updated Code41 NB24 Chronograph

CODE41 is a relatively new independent Swiss watchmaker that believes in sharing the creative process with watch enthusiasts, even calling its watches “community projects”. Founded in 2016 by watch designer Claudio D’Amore (from TAG Heuer and Montblanc), CODE41’s portfolio is certainly unique with pieces like the T360 Tourbillon and Mecascape Sublimation One, which is both […]

First Look – The Corum Admiral 42 Automatic in Ceramic

One of Corum’s bold and contemporary designs, the Admiral is one of the brand’s main collections. As the name suggests, the model has a nautical inspiration: its most recognisable features are its dodecagonal bezel and the use of 12 nautical pennants as hour markers. With its slimmer silhouette, the 42mm variation has become one of […]

First Look – Louis Erard x Konstantin Chaykin Regulator Time-Eater II “From Dusk to Dawn”

Given the brand’s continuous collaborations with designers, watchmakers, artisans and design studios, Louis Erard might consider changing its name to Louis Erard & Friends. The latest adaptation of the brand’s classic Regulator model has been entrusted to indie watchmaker Konstantin Chaykin, whose gaping-mouthed cyclops returns in a darker version with even creepier details. Officially named […]

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