TURNED TO THE LEFT
By Jens Koch | The newest version of the Rolex GMT-Master II has
The newest version of the Rolex GMT-Master II has
a black-and-green bezel and wears its crown and date on the left.
It ofers some major advantages, especially for left-handers.
TESTS & REVIEWS
By Martina Richter | Alongside its smaller sibling, the new Grand
Lange 1 embodies the identity of A. Lange & Söhne and represents
the continuous eforts of this German manufacturer to build the
best watches in the world. We look at the new 2022 edition.
GOING FOR THE GOLD
By Bilal Khan | Omega’s Calibre 1932 Chrono Chime is its
most complicated movement ever and a world’s-frst elapsed
STILL IN TOP FORM
By Martina Richter | In its 60th anniversary year, the Rado
Captain Cook appears for the frst time with a chronograph
function powered by a modern automatic caliber and with a retro
case made of trendy bronze. We tested this stalwart timepiece.
SHOCK IN THE CANYON
By Jens Koch | How much punishment can the G-Shock
Mudmaster with sapphire crystal and forged carbon case take?
We took this robust watch on a canyoning adventure in the Alps.
LAURENT FERRIER’S TITANIUM TRIUMPH
By Bilal Khan | Te watchmaker’s “integrated indie” sports watch
serves as an example of balanced design, excellent fnishing and
THOSE WHO CAN, DO
By Alexander Krupp | A watch that is suitable for many
occasions, runs precisely, is easy to read, fts comfortably on the
wrist and can withstand hard knocks — the Nomos Ahoi Date
Atlantic can do all that. And now it looks better than ever.
DOUBLE PERFORMS BETTER
By Martina Richter | Inspired by the look of the 1960s, Certina
has brought back the DS-2 true to the original, but equipped it
with a modern automatic caliber with an antimagnetic Nivachron
hairspring and a textile strap. We put it to our test.
BREGUET REFERENCE 7337
By Martin Green | A contagious new take on the Classique
FOCUSING ON THE ESSENTIALS
By Rüdiger Bucher | Te IWC Mark 11 built in 1948 established
a pilot watch design that continues to set standards today.
MAKING A CASE FOR COLLECTING QUARTZ
By Martin Green | What this once-innovative technology
can add to your collection, Part I
FULL STEAM AHEAD
By Sabine Zwettler | Since 1845, companies in Glashütte,
Germany, have been known for the construction of accurate
timepieces. By 1886, they began specializing in marine
chronometers, the pinnacle of the industry at the time.
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Timepieces from Rolex, Patek Philippe, Victorinox,
Frederique Constant, Zenith, Panerai and more
A photo gallery of readers and their watches
THE LAST WORD
WatchTime talks with Ginny Wright, CEO of Audemars Piguet