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Review – The A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Time Zone in Platinum

In 2020, after 15 years of production and many variations, the Lange 1 Time Zone received a highly anticipated update. It was introduced in three different versions: cases crafted from yellow gold (limited to 100), pink gold, and white gold, with champagne, argenté and black dials, respectively. This new model came with a fresh calibre […]

Introducing – The Bell & Ross BR 03 Gyrocompass

It won’t come as a surprise that the Bell & Ross BR 01 and BR 03 collections, the French brand’s most emblematic watches, have a strong connection with jetfighter dashboard instruments. It’s been the raison d’être of these watches since their respective launches in 2005 and 2006. Besides the classic editions such as the Black […]

First Look – The Funky Depancel Serie-R 80s Edition

The story behind Depancel, a young French brand, is all about inspiration from cars and motorcycles. The name comes from three different French car manufacturers, Delage, Panhard and Facel Vega, and each collection looks at different parts of the automotive world. While the brand has many collections now on offer, the most distinctive lineup is, […]

First Look – The New Openworked Look of the Certina DS-1 Skeleton

Certina’s solid and accessibly priced DS-1 three-hander is the descendant of the brand’s DS (double security) concept of 1959. Like the hard protective shell of a turtle, DS was designed to make watches more resilient, reliable and water-resistant to external aggressions thanks to the incorporation of O-ring seals. While this might not be headline news […]

Video Review – A Closer Look At The Nomos Ahoi Neomatik 38 Date Sky And Sand

Colour is all the rage these days as many brands like to play around with different tones for the dial or hands and sometimes even the cases. Nomos is no stranger to this and has regularly shown its colourful side with watches like the Club Campus with a vibrant pink dial. The brand is also […]

Hands-on – The Fairly Priced Patria Brigadier Tourbillon Subscription Edition

The roots of Patria go as far back as 1892 as the name was registered by Louis Brandt et Fils. Therefore, the same founding family as Omega… The brand was resurrected in 2019 by a British watch designer, Jolyon Lambert, and his co-founder, Adam Stansfield, as they found inspiration in a century-old trench watch. For […]

Introducing – The Arcanaut Arc II D’Arc Matter Colours Collection

In lieu of something Swiss, Danish brand Arcanaut is releasing a unique collection made in Denmark that strays from the norm with both dial materials and overall design. The new Arc II D’Arc Matter Colours Collection uses a Scandinavian slate composite material for the dial that’s developed in-house, known as D’Arc Matter. Visually, custom-coloured Super-LumiNova […]

Buying Guide – Six Of The Coolest Military-Issued Or Field-Inpsired Mechanical Watches

In tactical combat missions or survival situations, soldiers depend on various instruments to complete their tasks and stay alive. For some missions, timing is essential, and as such, the watchmaking industry has always been a significant supplier to military forces, whether it is the Air Force or the Navy. Nowadays, most rely on digital instruments […]

First Look – The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms 70th Anniversary Act 3, A Bronze-Gold MIL-SPEC Inspired Model

This year, Blancpain has already unveiled several new versions of its emblematic dive watch, the Fifty Fathoms. We first saw a limited-edition 42mm Fifty Fathoms (Act 1), followed by the impressive Fifty Fathoms Tech Gombessa developed for closed-circuit rebreather diving (Act 2)… Not to mention the much-discussed Blancpain x Swatch collaboration. It is now time […]

The Petrolhead Corner – Talking IWC Watches with F1 Champion Lewis Hamilton, Including His New Portugieser Limited Edition

Cars and watches… It’s a topic that we’ve touched upon on multiple occasions, being one of the most natural matches possible. And for this reason, watchmakers have long partnered with Formula 1 teams and drivers. The mechanical connection, the search for performance and precision, the innovative spirit… It’s all there. However, for some, it goes […]

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