MIRROR OF CIVILIZATIONS
By Roger Ruegger | With the new Tonda PF Xiali Calendar,
Parmigiani Fleurier celebrates the Chinese New Year with a world
premiere: a Chinese complete calendar covering a period of 12 years.
TESTS & REVIEWS
WILL THE SUPERNOVA TAKE BREMONT TO NEW HEIGHTS?
By Bilal Khan | Bremont’s frst integrated-bracelet watch delivers
on its investments in movement and case manufacturing.
LOST AND FOUND
By Roger Ruegger | In 2022, Citizen reintroduced its
Challenge Dive from 1977. Te latest iteration comes with
a Super Titanium case that’s water resistant to 200 meters,
a sapphire crystal, a comparatively new in-house movement
and a rather competitive price tag.
WHEEL OF TIME
By Martina Richter | Te PanoMaticCalendar is the frst
annual calendar to join the Glashütte Original collection.
Te company introduced a new movement and also a new
and rare complication. We put it to our test.
By Roger Ruegger | In 2022, Seiko introduced a “re-creation”
of its frst cushion-case diver, the Ref. 6105-8000 from 1968.
Te latest version of the original “turtle” is a limited edition
of 5,000 pieces with a structured dial.
LIVING THE HIGH LIFE
By Martina Richter | Tree new chronograph models have been
added to the Frederique Constant Highlife series, which features an
engraved globe on the dial and a special connection between case
and wristband. We tested the classic model with a
PROFESSIONAL AND STYLISH
By Martina Richter | The 2022 Seastar 2000 Professional Powermatic
80 is at the top of Tissot’s dive watch collection. It ofers pressure
resistance to 60 bar, a helium-release valve, a modern movement and
a quick-change strap system, all at an unbeatable price.
By Alexander Krupp | Are you looking for an entry-level
chronograph with an attractive retro design, essential functions
and a reliable movement? Hamilton’s got it with its new
Khaki Pilot Pioneer Mechanical Chronograph.
COMPACT AND CLEAR
By Martina Richter | Robustness, reliability and readability.
Hanhart returned to its roots in 2022 and launched the
417 ES 1954 in the original case size and with numerous details
that are true to the original.
LIGHTWEIGHT & LEGIBLE
By Martin Green | Strapping on the Bulgari Octo Finissimo
QUEEN OF THE DEEP
By Sabine Zwettler | With the Oyster Perpetual Deepsea
Challenge, Rolex has created a dive watch that tells time
accurately even at the Earth’s deepest point, the Mariana Trench.
And this is no experimental one-of — it is a production watch,
and also the frst Rolex in a titanium case.
BLAST FROM THE PAST
By Martin Green | IWC Portofno Perpetual Reference 3541
A GENEROUS VIEW OF LEGIBILITY & STYLE
By Martin Green | Glashütte Original celebrates 25 years
of the Panorama Date.
MAKING A CASE FOR COLLECTING QUARTZ, PART II
By Martin Green | What the revolutionary technology can add
to your collection.
3 LINES FROM TUDOR
By Jen Koch | Tudor is one of the watch brands that has become
more desirable in recent years.
DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS
A glimpse at what’s on our site to keep you up to date
on the latest watch news. It’s also where Martin Green
WORLD OF WATCHTIME
See the global reach of WatchTime and its partners
Timepieces from Grand Seiko, Oris, Jaquet Droz,
Vacheron Constantin, Carl F. Bucherer and more
LVMH Watch Week 2023
Refecting on the 2022 Watch Auction Market by Nitin Nair,
Christie’s Watch Specialist based in Dubai
A photo gallery of readers and their watches
THE LAST WORD
WatchTime talks with Tim Mosso, Director of Media, WatchBox.