This should be the Rolex Submariner's home turf, but there are plenty of newer, smarter alternatives to think about
A design-focussed start-up from Ireland mixes age-old horological inspirations with modern looks.
From Breitling to Zenith, this is our run-down of the best chronographs on the market for less than five figures
Is a 42mm dive watch on a funky bracelet what people come to Nomos Glashütte for? It is now.
Montblanc's super-retro split chronograph is its first piece of haute horlogerie cased in bronze
Does the Apollo 8, with its bold yellow details and lunar dial, have the chops to convert a non Speedmaster enthusiast?
Long name, simple watch: the Day Date Seventies is the best from Blancpain this year - but it's not without its issues
Hands-on with the most complicated reference in Jaeger-LeCoultre's new sporty range.
Mid-sized, mid-century inspired honest-to-goodness design from newcomers Bravur
One of Britain’s smallest watch brands has a new entry-level watch: how does the Atom stack up?
Stepan Sarpaneva’s utilitarian line of dive watches gets a touch of flamboyance
An Austrian watchmaker aims to bridge the divide between heritage and modernity
We revisit Chopard’s debut worldtimer, a modern take on a niche complication that has charm, style and dignity in equal measure
One of 2017’s undiscovered chronographs, this is worth a look if you’re considering buying a TAG Heuer Carrera or Omega Speedmaster
We take a look at another re-worked classic from Bucherer
We look at a pair of special editions that lend a new (blue) edge to two already popular watches from Tudor and Panerai
Breitling has bolstered its Superocean Heritage with an “in-house” movement courtesy of Tudor.
With the M100, a whole brand has been revived