Patek Philippe’s new Reference 5270 combines a perpetual calendar and chronograph, and unites classic design with modern technology.
Four reviews from the pages of WatchTime.
3 tests from the pages of WatchTime.
Breitling’s new Transocean Chronograph Unitime shows the time in 24 time zones at a single glance. How did this global traveler perform in our test?
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s new Duomètre Sphérotourbillon has two independent barrels for greater precision.
The Rolex Submariner has been around for nearly 60 years, with only minor changes to its design. How does this pioneering divers’ watch stand up to testing today?
We tested two versions of Omega’s famous Speedmaster Moonwatch. Which scored better?
The Luminor 1950 3 Days 47 mm is a near replica of a coveted vintage Panerai. Inside, though, is a new in-house movement. How do case and caliber fare under our close scrutiny?
Last year, Rolex made changes to the Explorer II both inside and out. Find out how this intrepid watch fared in our intense test.
The new Extra-Thin 39MM Royal Oak from Audemars Piguet is the spitting image of the original Royal Oak from 1972. See how it held up during the less-than-royal treatment of a WatchTime test.
Breitling's new Transocean Chronograph Unitime shows the time in 24 time zones at a single glance. How did this global traveler perform in our test?
The Omage Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT is equally at home in water or on land. How well did this versatile timer perform in our test?
We test Cartier's bold claims about the benefit of its twin-barrel movement design