TAG Heuer’s c...Read more: The 90’s: The TAG Heuer Carrera 1964 Re-Edition of 1996
It’s been an interesting year for Baume & Mercier. Not only did we see the introduction of its most exciting timepiece in years with the focus of this article, the Baumatic, but we’ve also seen the birth of a new sustainability-focused Richemont entity that borrows the “Baume” name, and the introduction of a new CEO, Geoffroy Lefebvre.
However, despite all the excitement, 2018 has been squarely focused on the Baumatic, a new watch that reestablishes the Baume &...Read more: Five First Impressions of the Baume Mercier Baumatic
Ocean Crawler is an independent, small-scale brand based out of Rochester, NY that I first learned about through Instagram. My initial impression after looking through its online presence was one of interest. The technical details were impressive, and it seemed like each model boasted true tool watch functionality, while the designs used an attractive variety of bright orange, black, and blue hues. Each model was unique and stood on its own, yet there was a vague sense of familiarity to many of...Read more: Borrowed Time: Hands-on with the Ocean Crawler Ocean Navigator
Established in 2015 in London, Farer has been swiftly and aggressively growing its line of British-designed, Swiss-made timepieces — debuting three-hand automatics, GMT models, a dive watch series, and a dressy, cushion-shaped, manually wound gent’s dress watch in subsequent years. Last week, the latest additions to the family debuted in New York. Here is what you need to know about Farer’s three new mechanical chronographs — the Cobb, Eldridge, and Segrave.
Each...Read more: Britain’s Farer Unveils New Mechanical Chronograph Collection
America’s largest luxury watch show, WatchTime New York, returns to Manhattan’s Gotham Hall on October 26-27 (click here for event details and to purchase tickets). As we count down to the big event, we continue to spotlight many of the new timepieces that guests will discover there. Today we turn our attention to an exclusive WatchTime New York 2018 debut: the Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor Natural Titanium with an oven-fired, black enamel dial.
When Romain Gauthier released...Read more: Showing at WatchTime New York: Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor in Natural Titanium
Longines, a watch brand that has long led the field in “neo-vintage” watches, has once again demonstrated its skill in this arena with the new Heritage Skin Diver. The dive watch — which comes on the heels of the critically-acclaimed Legend Diver watch, a 1960s super-compressor-style diver, and last year’s Avigation BigEye, based on a 1930s aviation chronograph— is a further expansion of the brand’s popular Heritage collection.
This new piece is based on a skin diving (or shallow-water...Read more: Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Longines Heritage Skin Diver
G-SHOCK has unveiled its latest technical innovation with the most recent update to the G-STEEL Line: the GSTB100XA-1A with Carbon Bezel.
First announced back in June at Couture Time in Las Vegas, the GSTB100XA-1A links to your smartphone through the use of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for greater accuracy and the support of a powerful network. Through the use of the G-SHOCK Connected app, the wristwatch boasts a range of features including automatic time adjustment and a worldtimer for over 300...Read more: In the Metal: G-SHOCK Debuts a Connected Watch with a Carbon Bezel