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In Focus: Patek Philippe Calatrava Skeleton; Ref. 5180/1G

In Focus: Patek Philippe Calatrava Skeleton; Ref. 5180/1G

Patek Philippe is known for its range of complications, grand complications, and rare handcrafts. Among those horological heavy hitters l...

Beyond Bleu – The World of Bold and Obscure Journe Limited Editions

Beyond Bleu – The World of Bold and Obscure Journe Limited Editions

If you’re a watch collector or enthusiast at any level, no one needs to tell you that watches from F.P. Journe are scarce. Whether speaki...

The Top Ten Pilot Watches

The Top Ten Pilot Watches

Ready for take-off? Authentic pilot watches are still quite a rarity. Here’s our Top 10. 1. The most popular: Rolex GMT-Master II Does th...

Exclusive: Interview with Breitling CEO Georges Kern

Exclusive: Interview with Breitling CEO Georges Kern

Exactly four years on from his arrival at the helm of Breitling, Georges Kern talks to WatchBox about how he’s gone about relaunching the...

WatchBox Rewound: Manually-Wound Video Round-Up

WatchBox Rewound: Manually-Wound Video Round-Up

The Mona Lisa: meticulously created by an expert artisan, eliciting awe from those who have the pleasure to witness its beauty. Imagine a...

A Movement for Each Sport: The Ultimate in Custom Builds

A Movement for Each Sport: The Ultimate in Custom Builds

Can you acquire a watch equipped with a movement especially designed for your favorite activity? It might seem a prohibitively expensive ...

In Focus: Laurent Ferrier Galet Montre École Annual Calendar

In Focus: Laurent Ferrier Galet Montre École Annual Calendar

After thirty-seven years with Patek Philippe, reaching the position of Creative Director, most might consider retirement. Not Laurent Fer...

Bicompax – the Panda, Zorro, and co.

Bicompax – the Panda, Zorro, and co.

Do good things always come in threes? Not always. For the majority of chronographs, counting minutes and seconds is enough. In which case...

In Focus: Franck Muller Cintrée Curvex Master Imperial Tourbillon

In Focus: Franck Muller Cintrée Curvex Master Imperial Tourbillon

Franck Muller’s passion for horology began in 1973 when, at the age of fifteen, he enrolled in watchmaking school. His successful career ...

Watch Hands – Pointing the Way

Watch Hands – Pointing the Way

They’re the first thing you look at and the last thing in which you take an interest: such is the cruel destiny of watch hands. They requ...

A Round-Up of Favorite Summer Watches from Our House

A Round-Up of Favorite Summer Watches from Our House

We’re soaking in the final weeks of summer with a selection of watches that just screams sweet breeze. Versatile divers, NATO’s, an...

How to Read a Watch Bezel

How to Read a Watch Bezel

A watch bezel may be graduated, feature a tachymeter scale, calculation or diving functions, or GMT. Bezels form a major part of a watch’...

For The Ritualist: Manually Wound Watches

For The Ritualist: Manually Wound Watches

Open your eyes. Turn off your alarm. Sit up in bed. Grab your watch from the nightstand. Wind it. If there is a purer daily ritual for th...

In Focus: H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Arctic Blue

In Focus: H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Arctic Blue

Looking at the H. Moser Venturer Arctic Blue fumé dial is like staring at the sea off Capri. You can almost feel the gentle salt air bree...

In Focus: Vacheron Constantin Historiques Triple Calendar 1942

In Focus: Vacheron Constantin Historiques Triple Calendar 1942

I am a sucker for vintage triple calendars. I have always and will always love them. But there are days where you just need a reliable, d...