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Introducing – The Bell & Ross x Alpine BR 03-92 A522

The connection between the Paris-based watchmaker and the French Formula 1 team started back in 2016 when it was still named Renault F1. Now, and even if the name has changed to Alpine F1 Team, the relationship between both parties is still fully active with the same passion for racing and bold designs. Following previous […]

Introducing – Hautlence Is Back In Action, With The New Linear Series 1 (Live Pics & Price)

Founded in 2004 by Guillaume Tétu, Hautlence (an anagram of Neuchâtel) has been one of the most active independent watchmakers of the 2000s, creating characterful watches with unique displays. Creative, dynamic and unique in its design, the brand has known rather difficult times and has been acquired by the MELB Holding in 2012 – an […]

Introducing – The New TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 GMT (Live Pics & Price)

Mostly known for its connection with the world of motorsport and anything car-related, TAG Heuer also has a rather deep history in the field of dive watches, since the introduction of the 2000-series in the early 1980s. Later rebranded Aquaracer, the collection has since been a solid offering in the market for rugged dive watches. […]

Introducing – H. Moser & Cie. Goes Bold, With The Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack

The market for the luxury sports watch with integrated bracelet has changed drastically over the past few years, with multiple new players entering the race, and in all segments of the industry. Even indie watchmakers are now present, and with their usual original take on things. H. Moser & Cie. was there already in 2020, […]

Hands-on – The Grand Seiko Mist Flake GMT SBGE285 Has A LOT To Offer

Talking Grand Seiko, the Evolution 9 collection and the beauty of the dials that have been released under the Birch series could become a bit repetitive. And the same goes for anything “flake” from GS… But I can’t help myself; the brand keeps surprising me with its stunning textured dials, even when they are done […]

Introducing – The Ralph Lauren Polo Watch Collection Gets New Dials, Colours & Straps (Live Pics & Price)

Ralph Lauren launched its first watch collections in 2009 in the frame of a joint venture with Richemont Group. Standing out with sophisticated designs (often with an automotive inspiration) and a high-end mechanical strategy, these early models reflected Mr Lauren’s own passion for fine watches. A few years later, the company expanded its offerings with […]

Hands-on – The Exquisite & Complex Glashütte Original PanoMaticCalendar

Probably the most emblematic and distinctive range of watches produced by the Saxon manufacture, the Pano collection has seen many different complications – power reserve, moon phase, retrograde chronograph or inverted movement to name a few – but never before the brand worked on a calendar watch. Things have changed recently, as Glashütte Original released […]

Introducing – Piaget Goes Green For the Polo Skeleton & Polo Date

Released in 2016 after causing a bit of a storm, the Piaget Polo collection has now become a cornerstone of the brand, representing its sporty-chic offering. Using classic design elements of Piaget and combining them with its thin automatic movements – even with a striking openworked edition – the Piaget Polo is now fairly established […]

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