Hublot coined the phrase invisible visibility with its Big Bang All Black and have carried it on with its new tourbillon, the Bigger Bang All
The IWC Portuguese Perpetual Calendar features a perpetual moon-phase display, a window showing the year in four digits, a seven-day automati
When it was first unveiled in 2003, Harry Winston’s third Opus project was a triumph.
This past January marked the 400th anniversary of Galileo’s first observation of Jupiter’s moons, an occasion that inspired Officine Panerai
Blancpain took a first step toward updating its inventory of complicated movements with the March release of the Blancpain Carrousel
The $79,000 Richard Mille RM 028 is an offshoot of the Swiss watchmaker’s RM 025 diver’s timepiece—a highly
‘‘It’s something of an experiment," says Stefan Ihnen of the latest tourbillon movement released by IWC.
The prospect of creating your first musical watch is a daunting one for any watchmaker, especially when your most trusted movement maker sudd
Bovet has always tried to tap its 19th-century heritage in pocket watches, but never more successfully than with its new Amadeo case design.
The latest mechanical watch from Richard Mille, the RM 027 Tourbillon (
The Swiss watch industry lost its most significant and dynamic f
With the heart of Swiss watchmaking firmly rooted in Geneva, the city’s
Panerai CEO Angelo Bonati is one of Galileo Galilei
Wheh the possible exception of a power-reserve indicator, the Jules Audemars Chronometer has no complications whatsoever," says Giulio Pap
DeWitt’s latest high complication now offers the one thing that collectors desire as much in a watch as a quality complicated movement and
One of the most impressive features of the Christophe Claret DualTow (954.610.2234,
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Watchmakers Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey probably did not intend for their latest Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon Technique
Jaeger-LeCoultre has recently built what is unquestionably the most technically sophisticated musical watch in the world.
Of all the aspects of watchmaking, astronomic complications—those that render the movements of the sun, stars, and planets on a watch dial