LVMH WATCH WEEK DUBAI: ALL EYES ON THE OCTO
By Roger Ruegger The Italian “Jeweler of Time” started the watchmaking year ahead of Baselworld with several strong new releases. WatchTime traveled to Dubai for a first look.
TESTS & REVIEWS
By Martina Richter Seiko’s new Prospex LX collection introduces sports watches that go beyond the simple passion for a professional dive watch. The version we tested has a rarely seen compass bezel that makes it well suited for extreme outdoor activities.
By Roger Ruegger The retro-inspired SeaQ Panorama Date from Glashütte Original takes the brand’s signature complication to new depths.
By Jens Koch Oris is well known for its functionally designed divers’ and pilots’ watches. Now this Swiss label has created a modern skeletonized version of its manufacture movement. Does this fit the brand’s image?
A TRUE GENTLEMAN
By Alexander Krupp “Gentleman” is an apt name for Tissot’s latest mechanical timepiece, which combines elegance, good looks, inner virtues and always correct (rate) behavior.
JUST ONE CLICK AWAY
By Martina Richter In today’s era of worldwide contacts and around-the-globe travel, a watch with a time-zone function has the pulse of the times. The Porsche Design 1919 Globetimer UTC forges its own path, with a specially designed movement that lets you switch time zones at the push of a button.
ULYSSE NARDIN SETS SIGHTS ON XPLORATION FOR 2020
By Roberta Naas | The year 2020 promises to be a big one for Ulysse Nardin as the brand pulls out all the stops and focuses on “Xploration,” adding brand ambassadors, incredible partnerships and more.