Last year was a banner year for Zenith’s Defy Skyline lineup. In January, we got a new Defy Skyline Skeleton, with an openworked blue or black dial (and semi-skeletonized movement) in a stainless steel case. Eventually, we got that new skeletonized form in a black ceramic case with an interchangeable bracelet. Knowing Zenith’s design roadmap, you … Read more

The tourbillon has become quite mainstream among watches in recent years, with high-end watchmakers flexing what they can do with the “whirling” mechanism. Yet, no watch brand is as closely associated with the tourbillon as Breguet. After all, its founder, Abraham-Louis Breguet, received a patent for his invention on June 26, 1801. As a result, … Read more

Audemars Piguet powerfully demonstrates the theory that “two is better than one” in the Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked, a coveted collector’s model with two balance wheels for increased chronometric precision and viewing pleasure. Following the recently released 37mm tone-on-tone gold version, AP proposes a trilogy of 41mm models in steel, black ceramic and 18k … Read more

Back in 2011, Louis Vuitton acquired the La Fabrique du Temps manufacture and began working in earnest on inventive complications. Last year we saw the Tambour Twin Chrono and today Vuitton presented a new worldtimer featuring an inventive display and a hand-painted dial inspired by vintage trunk monograms. The Escale Worldtime is a bright and colorful take … Read more

Omega has just introduced a pair of new bi-color Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch models using the brand’s proprietary 18-karat Moonshine Gold or Sedna Gold. Besides the new bi-color case and bracelet, these are, basically, the Moonwatch we all already know. That means a 42mm case on a bracelet with gold center links, sapphire crystal, and caseback, and using … Read more

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