Reviews

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

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

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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

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The Bucherer Blue Edition Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin
Up Close: The Bucherer Blue Edition Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin

We take a look at another re-worked classic from Bucherer

The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue
Up Close: The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue and Panerai Radiomir 1940

We look at a pair of special editions that lend a new (blue) edge to two already popular watches from Tudor and Panerai

The Breitling Superocean Heritage II 42mm
Up Close: The Breitling Superocean Heritage II 42mm

Breitling has bolstered its Superocean Heritage with an “in-house” movement courtesy of Tudor.

The Vertex M100
Up Close: the Vertex M100

With the M100, a whole brand has been revived

Glashütte Original Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar
Up Close: Glashütte Original Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar
Glashütte Original’s new Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar is based around the brand’s Calibre 36, a cleverly designed, technically…
The Tudor Heritage Black Bay S&G
Up Close: the Tudor Heritage Black Bay S&G
Tudor’s latest addition to the Black Bay range aims to repopularise bi-metal steel and gold designs, aided by appearances on the wrist …
Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve 2017
Up Close: the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

Is it enough these days for a watch to just be really, really nice?

Jaeger-LeCoultre
Up Close: the Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic True Seconds

The dead-beat seconds module adds a certain geeky attraction - but is it worth nearly £10,000?