By Roger Ruegger | For the 60th anniversary of the Carrera
racing chronograph, TAG Heuer has introduced several new
models during Watches and Wonders, all with their tanks
“full of racing spirit.” We look at some of the highlights of the
quintessential drivers’ watch collection, and how the Carrera
became such a legend in the watchmaking world.
TESTS & REVIEWS
By Martina Richter | Oris is known for timepieces with useful
complications. Te brand has already created 280 specialized
developments. Now the new ProPilot Altimeter improves the
mechanical altimeter function in an automatic Oris watch
that was introduced in 2014 and remains unique.
By Roger Ruegger | Swiss watchmaker Carl F. Bucherer
launches a new retro-styled chronometer model in four
executions to celebrate both the 1960s and the company’s
DIVE LIKE THE BIG ONES
By Jens Koch | With the Pelagos 39, Tudor’s collection of
professional dive watches now includes a slightly smaller
version with a touch of elegance. Can this model hold its
own with the big ones?
By Alexander Krupp | With the new generation of the
Chemin des Tourelles, Tissot unveils an entry-level model
that sparks enthusiasm with its classically elegant
By Martina Richter | Te use of unusual case materials and
technologies is a core component of Sinn Spezialuhren and
has resulted in a number of new creations. Some can be
found in the T50 Goldbronze, where the company is using
this bronze alloy, developed in-house and soon to be
patented, for the frst time.
A WEEK FULL OF WONDERS
By Roger Ruegger, Bilal Khan and Martin Green | Te second
edition of Watches and Wonders was also the frst to open its
doors to the general public. In this overview, WatchTime takes
you through the most important releases from some of the
almost 50 participating brands.
THE GOOD OLD DAYS
By Martin Green | Exploring the past with fve watches
and one Aston Martin
THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS
By Rüdiger Bucher | Te Code 11.59 Ultra-Complication
Universelle RD#4 is the most complicated watch in Audemars
Piguet’s history. But that’s not the only reason it’s a milestone.
THE J.N. SHAPIRO RESURGENCE: A TURNING POINT
FOR AMERICAN WATCHES
By Bilal Khan | Te Los Angeles-based watchmaker launches his
most ambitious, and expensive, project to date.
BLAST FROM THE PAST
By Martin Green | Van Cleef & Arpels La Collection
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 Breguet, Norqain, Citizen, Blancpain,
Omega, Rado, and more
Te horror series in which an impossibly rare Patek
A photo gallery of readers and their watches
THE LAST WORD
WatchTime talks with Jonathan Ferrer of Brew Watches.