TESTS & REVIEWS
By Roger Ruegger | Oris has teamed up with WatchTime’s sister
publication Chronos to create a highly limited version of its no-date
Divers Sixty-Five model, powered by the brand’s latest
By Alexander Krupp | With the latest version from 2021, Omega
continues to offer an attractive reinterpretation of its first true dive
watch from 1957, but has also incorporated some unexpected
changes. We take a closer look at the new Seamaster 300 Co-Axial
5-STAR FLIGHT EXPERIENCE
By Roger Ruegger | With the launch of the Spirit Collection in 2020,
Longines paid tribute to pioneering aviators. Last year, it introduced
the first two Spirit watches in titanium, and, more importantly, sans
date window. We took the 42-mm version on a proverbial test flight.
By Jens Koch | IWC reduced the size of its Big Pilot’s Watch by 3
mm, cleaned up the dial and installed a new in-house movement.
Does this model make the grade? We took it apart to find out.
GOIN’ TO SURF CITY
By Mark Bernardo | Bulova channels a beachside vibe with its
colorful, retro-style Chronograph A, nicknamed the “Surfboard.”
We hung loose with it for a wrist review.
BEST OF THE ’80s
By Roger Ruegger | In 2021, Doxa added the latest member to its
already extensive dive watch catalog, the 1980s-inspired Doxa Sub
600T with a rather unique angular case design. We went hands-on
with a pre-production model.
By Alexander Krupp | The robust and functional Norqain
Adventure Neverest GMT can certainly be imagined on Mount
Everest, but its good everyday qualities are equally appealing.
WELCOME TO THE CLUB …
By Martina Richter | … the club of amply dimensioned steel watches
with a fixed connection between the case and the bracelet. Nomos
Glashütte creates a fluent connection in its largest and sportiest
model. We tested the new version of the Club Sport Neomatik prior
to its market launch.
By Martina Richter | The new Black Bay Ceramic shows Tudor’s
technical expertise and independence. For the first time, a Tudor
has been certified as a Master Chronometer and incorporates
black ceramic parts. We tested this modern sports watch
in daily life.
TRADITION MEETS COMPLICATION
By Mark Bernardo | Panerai has finally added a perpetual
calendar to its lineup and it’s designed with the Florentine
brand’s historical DNA at the forefront.
A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME
By Mark Bernardo | Parmigiani Fleurier’s grand finale for its
25th anniversary year in 2021 is a unique piece that fuses its
founder’s legendary restoration prowess with an avant-garde
decorative technique taking inspiration from nature.