Reviews

A Lange & Sohne Odysseus
Holding out for a hero: the A. Lange & Sohne Odysseus

A. Lange & Sohne's first stainless steel bracelet model has, like its namesake, been a long time coming.

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Best Dive Watches for under £5,000
The best dive watches under £5,000

From Alpina to Zodiac, these are the coolest and most capable dive watches on the market right now

Cartier Privé Tonneau XL Skeleton Dual Time
The Cartier Privé Tonneau XL Skeleton Dual Time

An openworked design that combines the best of Cartier old and new

Bremont Jaguar D-Type Chronograph
In the name of a classic: the Bremont Jaguar D-Type chronograph

It's one of the most appealing car-watch collabs, but feels like more of the same from Bremont

Best Dive Watches Above £5,000
The best dive watches for over £5,000

This should be the Rolex Submariner's home turf, but there are plenty of newer, smarter alternatives to think about

The best chronograph watches over £10,000
The best chronographs for over £10,000

There’s a good chance you will want to buy everything on this list.

Sidereus Newgrange Moonphase
The Sidereus Newgrange: a new watch with a uniquely Irish story

A design-focussed start-up from Ireland mixes age-old horological inspirations with modern looks.

Chronographs
The best chronographs under £10,000

From Breitling to Zenith, this is our run-down of the best chronographs on the market for less than five figures

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.

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Montblanc 1858 Monopusher Split-Seconds Chronograph
Review: the Montblanc 1858 Split-Seconds Monopusher Chronograph

Montblanc's super-retro split chronograph is its first piece of haute horlogerie cased in bronze

Omega Apollo 8 Speedmaster
Up Close: The Omega Speedmaster Apollo 8

Does the Apollo 8, with its bold yellow details and lunar dial, have the chops to convert a non Speedmaster enthusiast?

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

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The Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris World Time Chronograph
Up Close: The Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris World Time Chronograph

Hands-on with the most complicated reference in Jaeger-LeCoultre's new sporty range.

Bravur Automatic BW003
Swedish brand Bravur launches debut automatic, the BW003

Mid-sized, mid-century inspired honest-to-goodness design from newcomers Bravur

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?

The SUF Vetehinen ‘Mo Coppoletta’
Up Close: the SUF Vetehinen 'Mo Coppoletta'

Stepan Sarpaneva’s utilitarian line of dive watches gets a touch of flamboyance

Carl Suchy & Sohne Waltz No1
Up Close: the Carl Suchy & Sohne Waltz No1

An Austrian watchmaker aims to bridge the divide between heritage and modernity

Chopard LUC Time Traveller One
Up Close: the Chopard LUC Time Traveller One

We revisit Chopard’s debut worldtimer, a modern take on a niche complication that has charm, style and dignity in equal measure

The Piaget Polo S Chronograph in black
Up Close: the Piaget Polo S Chronograph in black
Piaget has quietly updated the Polo S Chronograph range, adding black bezels and strap options. Could this be the most versatile Piaget…
The Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Coastguard chronograph
Up Close: the Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Coastguard chronograph

One of 2017’s undiscovered chronographs, this is worth a look if you’re considering buying a TAG Heuer Carrera or Omega Speedmaster