ENGINE OF THE FUTURE
By Roger Ruegger | TAG Heuer’s dedication to moving forward has never been more apparent than with the introduction of the TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer 02. The new collection continues the Swiss brand’s racing history and introduces a new in-house chronograph movement, innovative materials and a progressive design.
TESTS & REVIEWS
BATMAN ON TOUR
By Jens Koch | Rolex has updated its popular travel watch GMT-Master II in steel with its blue-and-black “Batman” bezel. We tested one of the first pieces available with a Jubilee bracelet and a new movement.
DARK WATER DIVER
By Mark Bernardo | The Submersible Marina Militare Carbotech is at the technical vanguard of Panerai’s re-branded Submersible collection. We found this rugged timepiece, engineered for combat diving, makes a sharp statement on dry land as well.
By Martina Richter | After the limited edition in bronze, the Oris Divers Sixty-Five is now finally available as a regular production chronograph model. Unmistakably influenced by history, this watch follows the current retro trend, but offers modern solutions in every detail.
By Logan R. Baker | The diverse range of models that make up Zenith’s new-look Defy range epitomize the brand’s technical proficiency and meticulous approach to watchmaking. WatchTime examines three colorful entry-level models now available in ceramic.
ALL FIRED UP
By Martina Richter | IWC launched a new Spitfire squadron in is collection of pilots’ watches at the beginning of the year. A selfwinding movement from the 32000 family of manufacture calibers debuts inside the case. We tested one of the first available.
ALL FOR ONE
By Martina Richter | Monopusher chronographs honor the origins of the stopwatch function with looks that often cite their own history – a good fit for the current vintage-look trend. The bicompax displays underscore the linear nature of the stopwatch function.
TIME FOR HER
By Dara Hinshaw | Women’s watches take center stage for the holidays. Whether sparkling with diamonds or sleekly simple, these timepieces designed especially for women are sure to please. Here are 26 newly released ladies’ watches perfect for holiday gift giving.
A NEW FACET OF THE OCTO
By Roger Ruegger | Last September, Bulgari unveiled several new high-jewelry unique pieces and grand complications – a lineup that not only sends a strong message about the Italian brand’s mission to be “the jeweler of time,” but also offers a glimpse at how the range might evolve.
MAESTRO DE HISTORIA
By Roger Ruegger | Italian watch store Orologeria Ferretti has been a Panerai retailer since 1993. Since then, its founder, Francesco Ferretti, and his son Esiodo have built one of the most important and comprehensive collections related to the Italian brand.
By Jens Koch | What makes a watch even more exclusive? One factor is the finishes lavished on its movement, especially if they’re handcrafted. A. Lange & Söhne decorates especially beautifully.
- Timepieces from Chopard, Seiko, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Oris, and more
- Made in America: Vortic Watch Co.
- The Henry Graves Jr. Patek Philippe Minute Repeating Wristwatch No. 97’589 by Sabine Kegel, Head of Christie’s Watches Geneva