Collectors, pick your poison.
Competition for the Rolex Daytona continues on and off the circuit.
Available in February, the watch features a painstakingly curved, hand-lacquered dial.
The company axed 65 jobs and offered severance packages to some workers at its headquarters.
The brand is ringing in its 135th anniversary with five stunning new timepieces.
The solid gold Historiques 222 is based on a luxury sports watch originally released in 1977.
Another top player in the watch industry is staking its own claim on the secondary market.
The sleek new pilot’s watch will set you back $9,400.
It’s the first refresh to the model, an ode to the Prancing Horse’s F1 racing team, since 2016.