Chris Hall

Omega Planet Ocean Ultra Deep Professional
Omega's Planet Ocean Ultra Deep Professional just set a record for deepest dive of all time

Waving at Rolex and James Cameron on its way to the real bottom of the ocean...

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Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time Cory Richards Everest
Vacheron Constantin creates one-off Overseas Dual Time for Everest expedition

The unique watch was created for mountaineer Cory Richards - and may hint at a future design direction for the brand

Concorde 1969
1969: The year that changed watchmaking forever

In the year that mankind went to the moon, flew supersonic and invented the internet, it also changed watchmaking forever

Zenith El Primero A384 Revival
Zenith reveals El Primero A384 Revival

Switzerland’s frenzy of meticulous period-correct reissues continues

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin is here for real now
Eighteen months after it was launched as the Concept RD#2, AP's super-slim perpetual is now ready for your waiting wrists. Or for the w…
TAG Heuer Monaco 50th Anniversary
The new TAG Heuer Monaco 50th Anniversary Edition

The first of five Monaco models this year is very Seventies indeed

TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer 01 GMT
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Nomos Glashutte Club Sport Neomatik 42
The Nomos Glashütte Club Sport Neomatik 42

Is a 42mm dive watch on a funky bracelet what people come to Nomos Glashütte for? It is now.

Rolex Daytona Dial
The Rolexicon: your essential guide to all Rolex nicknames and official terminology
Rolex collecting has developed its own jargon over the years. Here’s our exhaustive guide to the nicknames, unofficial designations and…
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Record-breaker: the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT

Bulgari creates the world’s thinnest automatic chronograph

Patek Philippe
Editors' Picks: our favourite watches of Baselworld 2019
From unusual divers to new claims on the Royal Oak’s crown – and a very different Patek Philippe Calatrava – these are the QP editorial…
Patek Philippe 5172G chronograph
Baselworld 2019: The Patek Philippe 5172G Chronograph

Patek Philippe has released a new chronograph based on the 5170, with clear vintage stylings.

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Baume Zag Watch
Is Baume the future of sustainable watchmaking?
Baume aspires to bring sustainability to the world of watchmaking. We spoke to its CEO Marie Chassot to find out just how far it has go…
Urban Jurgensen
Urban Jurgensen reveals the Jurgensen One

The all-steel model is the historic brand’s first foray into the luxury sports watch market

Bremont launches official partnership with the MOD

For 2019 Bremont has produced three watches linked to Britain’s armed forces

Farer Chronograph Cobb Watch
A very modern adventure: why Farer is more than a micro brand
Driven by a collector’s passion for detail and design, an accessible and honest pricing strategy and a talent for social media, Farer i…
Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Bi-Compass
Bell & Ross launches the BR 03-92 Bi-Compass

Bell & Ross, the French watchmaker known for its aviation-inspired designs, has released a new model, the BR 03-92 Bi-Compass

Oris Aquis Date Relief with Red Strap
Oris debuts the new Aquis Date Relief

The latest addition to the Oris Aquis collection of dive watches is the Aquis Date Relief

Grand Seiko Elegance Rose Gold Red Dial
Grand Seiko releases new hand-wound models ahead of Baselworld 2019
With an all-new hand-wound movement and Urushi lacquer dials, these additions to the Elegance collection seem destined to be firm favou…
Nomos Glashutte Club Campus Collection
Nomos Glashütte adds neomatik movements to Club Campus – and debuts retro steel bracelets

Nomos's entry-level ‘graduate’ range gets neomatik movements, and the brand's very first steel bracelets

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Westminster Perpetual Gyrotourbillon
SIHH 2019: What we’ve learned

With 2019’s first major watch fair out of the way, what can we expect for the rest of the year (and beyond)?

A. Lange & Sohne Zeitwerk Date Watch
SIHH 2019: The A. Lange & Sohne Zeitwerk Date

The watch that’s all windows gets a date ring. The Zeitwerk Date could just be A. Lange & Sohne’s star of SIHH 2019

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Watch
SIHH 2019: The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon

For SIHH 2019, Jaeger-LeCoultre is introducing a more emphatic look for its Master Ultra-Thin collection

IWC Timezoner Spitfire Edition
SIHH 2019: A host of new IWC Pilots' Watches
To kick off its SIHH, IWC has announced a number of new Pilots’ watches, including a bronze-cased Spitfire and a new take on the Timezo…
The Panerai PAM982 Luminor Submersible Chrono
SIHH 2019: The Panerai PAM982 Luminor Submersible Chrono

Panerai adds a new edition to its Luminor Submersible range, in partnership with a record-breaking freediver

Omega Speedmaster 1964
Omega brings back the Calibre 321
The original chronograph movement that powered Omega's early Moonwatches has been out of production for half a century. Now, Omega is b…
TAG Heuer Carrera Jack Heuer 80th Anniversary
The best watches we spotted at SalonQP 2018

From Rolex and Tudor to Gronefeld, Nomos Glashutte and Heuer, these are the coolest watches we saw on visitors' wrists at SalonQP 2018

George Bamford Portrait - Bamford Watch Department
Joining the Big Time: George Bamford
Once the enfant terrible of the watch world, George Bamford is now basking in the status of official partner to TAG Heuer, Zenith and B…
The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Day Date Seventies
Up Close: The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Day Date Seventies

Long name, simple watch: the Day Date Seventies is the best from Blancpain this year - but it's not without its issues

The Pinion Atom
Up Close: The Pinion Atom

One of Britain’s smallest watch brands has a new entry-level watch: how does the Atom stack up?