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Last week, Tudor released a 1,908-piece limited run of Black Bay 58 watches with a special dial to celebrate Inter Milan winning the Italian Serie A football (soccer) league. Other recent Tudor specials were two Pelagos FXD “Alinghi Red Bull Racing Edition” timepieces. And there’s also the Pelagos FXD Chrono “Cycling Edition” made for the Tudor Pro Cycling Team. Oh, let’s not forget the pink-dial Black Bay Chrono linked to Inter Miami FC through the club’s co-owner and Tudor brand ambassador David Beckham. And with Tudor sponsoring the Red Bull-owned Visa Cash App RB F1 Team, billions of people also…

Dive deep into the mesmerising beauty of Isotope × Revolution Mercury in our first collaboration with the English brand, as Wei Koh chats with José Miranda, founder of Isotope Watches. Produced in a limited edition of 150 pieces and priced at USD 2,400 (excl. taxes), Isotope × Revolution Mercury is available to the public for purchase at shop.revolutionwatch.com on 27 May 2024, 10pm SGT | 4pm CET | 10am EST. Discover the story at RevolutionWatch.com. For enquires, please email [email protected].

Buffy Acacia Watches are perfect for milestone celebrations, not just because you can wear them every day, but because they symbolise the passing of time. Graduation is an important step at any phase of life, whether it’s finishing high school or finally getting that degree as a mature-age student. From the moment you graduate, the effort you’ve spent in education has changed you as a person. Realistically, you could choose any watch to be your celebratory gift, but here are some we think are especially appropriate. Seiko Presage Style 60s SSK015 A Seiko was bound to be on this list,…

Buffy Acacia Watches are perfect for milestone celebrations, not just because you can wear them every day, but because they symbolise the passing of time. Graduation is an important step at any phase of life, whether it’s finishing high school or finally getting that degree as a mature-age student. From the moment you graduate, the effort you’ve spent in education has changed you as a person. Realistically you could choose any watch to be your celebratory gift, but here are some we think are especially appropriate. Nomos Club Campus 38 Not only is the Nomos Club Campus 38 purpose-built as…

Dive watches are the go-to for many watch collectors. They outstrip the standard “tool watch” moniker with, usually, enhanced specs, such as better water resistance. As a result, dive watches are usually aimed at those professionals for whom they are designed. You know, divers. These days, this results in an instantly recognizable aesthetic that is often “function over form.” That said, dive watches were typically smaller and more reserved 50–60 years ago. We only have to look at the classic Rolex Submariner as an example. The watch I have before me today certainly errs toward the classic sensibilities of the…

Alright, back to the watches. While the Freak continues to be the most talked about model from the brand, it’s nice to see it throwing its weight behind something different for a change. As compared with Ulysse Nardin’s freakier creations, as functional divers, this duo’s more legibility-forward approach has the potential to appeal to Freak-skeptics out there. That being said, they aren’t without their own aesthetic quirks, and I don’t think anyone could argue that these pieces are boring by any means. Large in stature and expense, sure. But a snooze they are not. Ultimately, these pieces feel right at…

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Designing and producing robust and elegant wristwatches is what it’s all about for Serica. Today, the brand’s founders Jérôme Burgert and Gabriel Vachette launch a new iteration of their 6190 field watch. Although under a different name (or reference, for that matter), this is where it all started for the young Parisian brand. You’ll see, though, that quite a lot has changed since then. Let’s take a look at the Serica 6190 M.S.L. Chronometer. It has only been five years…

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The wearing experience of the Grand Seiko Tentagraph (on a bracelet that was sized to perfection) was wonderful from start to finish, largely in my estimation because of the brand’s decision to make this watch out of titanium. Few brands handle titanium the way Grand Seiko does. Picking up a…

Jaeger-LeCoultre is probably not the first brand that springs to mind when it comes to sports watches. Fair enough, the Reverso was initially designed for polo players, but by today’s standards, it is far closer to being a dress watch than a sports watch. To amend this situation, Jaeger-LeCoultre turned…

Jaeger-LeCoultre has unveiled the Polaris Geographic, enriching the Polaris collection —revived in 2018— with the Maison’s signature travel time complication.Housed in a case characterized by taut lines, a narrow bezel framing a glass-box crystal, and two crowns, the Polaris Geographic is a versatile, sporty-elegant watch that offers a clever implementation…

Following the release of the Conical Tourbillon in black with green dial-side animation and the vibrant, multi-coloured Conical Tourbillon Infinity Sapphires, the brand continues its innovative exploration of fluid time presentation and bold colour combinations. Indie watchmaker HYT‘s latest creation is the Conical Tourbillon Panda, a cultured black-and-white version of…

Having covered the highlights from independent watchmakers and historical pocket watches at The Hong Kong Watch Auction: XVIII on May 24 and 25, we now turn to complicated watches past and present.Amongst the historical are an Omega 30I tourbillon wristwatch tested at the Geneva, Neuchatel and Kew observatories, as well…

Panerai unveils a 44mm stainless steel Luminor with automatic GMT caliber and a 10-day power reserve. As part of the Complicazioni collection, which includes chronographs and high-end complications, the GMT allows the tracking of dual time zones. With the polished cushion-shaped case, sandwich dial, and recognizable crown protector, this new…