By Tim Mosso Glashütte Original is German, and the 171 year-old firm offers its chronometers with a certification from the domestic Deutsche Kalibrierdienst (DKD) to hammer-home the point. The Senator
Playing the inspired by vintage game is still a very hot market in 2016. Brands big and small keep playing the game, like TAG Heuer’s new Monza, Girard Perregaux’s Heritage 1957, or even Tiffany’s East
Roger Dubuis is an interesting brand on so many levels. At a technical level the brand has always focused strongly on developing movements that are both innovative and visually appealing. On the flip when
Both SIHH and Baselworld were a bit of mixed bag in 2016. Many of the big box brands played it very safe, too safe if you ask me. Thankfully the shows weren’t without their respective highlight reels.
Talking me into some wrist time with Bremont is never a tough sell. From my early days of interacting with Mike Pearson, North American Director for Bremont Watches, via social media, I quickly became
The Ball Watch Company has an interesting history. It was born from the need for accurate timing during the expansion of the American railroad system after a fatal train accident in Kipton, Ohio in 1891.
It would seem that my Week on the Wrist calendar has brought me a pair of challenging timepieces back-to-back. Two weeks ago I spent the week with F.P. Journe’s high-end quartz creation, and then this
In its short (fourteen-year) history the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch has become more than just a staple collection for IWC. IWC in 2000 introduced its Caliber 5000 series, a set of manufactured movements that
History lessons aside, the Vacheron Constantin Overseas has always been a strong suit in Vacheron’s repertoire. Yes, Jorg Hysek, inspired by Gerald Genta, penned the original and yes, its first formal
There’s no denying the legacy and pedigree that comes with all things F.P. Journe. I mean, the man managed to win seven awards from the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève over a nine-year period, and anyone