COVER STORY: BENEATH THE LUNAR SURFACE
By Mark Bernardo | Omega expanded its Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon collection with the new Apollo 8 edition, whose laserengraved, skeletonized movement takes this ceramic-cased version of the legendary Moonwatch to new aesthetic heights.
SPECIAL SECTION: WATCHTIME NEW YORK
Exclusive show coverage of highlights from our 2018 WatchTime New York event including photographs and special advertorials spotlighting the sponsoring brands’ featured watches.
TESTS & REVIEWS: MAKE IT A PEPSI, PLEASE
By Jens Koch | We’ve waited a long time, and now it’s here – the GMT-Master II in steel with a red-and-blue “Pepsi” bezel. We tested one of the first models to be delivered with a Jubilee bracelet and a new movement.
TESTS & REVIEWS: GLOBETROTTER FROM GLASHÜTTE
By Logan R. Baker | Travel-time watches are prized for their straightforward functionality in today’s globalized world. The Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in stainless steel demonstrates the brand’s fundamental – and very Teutonic – understanding of this practical luxury.
TESTS & REVIEWS: HYBRID HOROLOGY
By Logan R. Baker | Frederique Constant unveiled the Hybrid Manufacture with the auspicious claim of being the “World’s First 3.0 Watch.” Does it live up to the hype?
By Jens Koch | Breitling is charting new paths as it reinvents itself. Here’s a close look at the updated Navitimer without a navigation slide rule function.
By Martina Richter | The fourth-generation Laureato has an automatic caliber that Girard-Perregaux describes as its “spearhead.” Is this brand equally adept at preserving and cultivating the design codes of this distinctive watch?
FEATURE: OUTLAW CONNOISSEUR
By Mark Bernardo | Antonio Jaramillo, who co-stars on FX’s “Mayans MC,” went from selling watches to acting. But he has continued his pursuit of horological knowledge while assembling a small but eclectic timepiece collection.
FEATURE: GETTING A “ROUND”
By Roberta Naas | Legendary Swiss watch brand Patek Philippe forges forward – making even greater strides in the world of women’s mechanical watches.
FEATURE: WINDMILL IN A STORM
By Mark Bernardo | The German watchmaker Mühle Glashütte turns 150 years old in 2019, looking back on five generations of family stewardship through turbulent times for both Germany and the watch industry.
FEATURE: TRAVELLING BACK IN TIME
Last year, WatchTime took two international groups of watch collectors to the epicenters of Swiss and German watchmaking. Both tours turned out to be unforgettable experiences.
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THE LAST WORD
Roger Ruegger talks with Sascha Moeri, CEO of Carl F. Bucherer