SPECIAL SECTION: WATCHTIME NEW YORK
| Exclusive editorial and pictorial coverage of our fifth edition of our WatchTime New York show including pages highlighting the sponsoring brands’ featured watches.
TESTS & REVIEWS
By Martina Richter | The thinnest mechanical timepiece with a stopwatch function is the fifth world record to be held by Bulgari — an automatic chronograph with peripheral rotor, columnwheel control, classical horizontal clutch and practical time-zone function. We conducted an exclusive test.
THE HARD WAY
By Jens Koch |IWC protects its pilots’ watch with split-seconds chronograph with a new scratch- and shatter-resistant case made of high-tech material. It’s ready to go beyond the eponymous Top Gun School for fighter pilots.
QUITE AN ACHIEVEMENT
By Martina Richter |The Tissot Seastar 1000 Powermatic 80 Silicium is perfect for water sports and it’s so stylish that it’s also great to wear after sports. Its Powermatic 80 Caliber with silicon hairspring adds a technical upgrade. It accompanied our photographer for a long-term test.
By Roger Ruegger | First launched at Baselworld 2000, the Chronomètre à Résonance has quickly become a quintessential part of François-Paul Journe’s quest to create “the link between the golden age of horological science and contemporary watchmaking.” We take a look back at how he became the first to master the phenomenon of resonance in a wristwatch.
A DIGITAL DECADE
By Nitin Nair | A retrospective of A. Lange & Söhne’s iconoclastic timepiece, the Zeitwerk, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019.