History of Time

The National Watch & Clock Museum

The National Watch & Clock Museum

The National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, PA, is a treasure trove of scientific and cultural knowledge. It has a collection of o...

L’épopée des records de plongée

L’épopée des records de plongée

Diving watches are like diving itself: records have been broken in stages. We trace the story of an exceptional adventure in the deep, wh...

The Holy Trinity of Swiss Watches

The Holy Trinity of Swiss Watches

In today’s world of luxury watchmaking, there are quite a few brands that are known as the top echelon of horology. However, three stand ...

History of Audemars Piguet: 1875 to Present Day

History of Audemars Piguet: 1875 to Present Day

Audemars Piguet, pronounced “Oh-du-mahr Pee-geh” was founded in Le Brassus, a village inside the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland. In the ea...

Everything You Need to Know About the Rolex GMT-Master II

Everything You Need to Know About the Rolex GMT-Master II

One of the most iconic watches today, the Rolex GMT-Master II really needs no introduction. Celebrities like Roger Federer wear one, and ...

Everything You Need to Know About the Patek Philippe Nautilus

Everything You Need to Know About the Patek Philippe Nautilus

One of the coolest watches made in steel, the Patek Philippe Nautilus is one of the most elusive watches. It is highly coveted by collect...

Rolex Dive Watches: Robust Tool Watches

Rolex Dive Watches: Robust Tool Watches

Rolex and water have long gone hand in hand, going all the way back to the original Oyster case that was first unveiled in 1926. A pionee...

The Invention of the Wristwatch: An Evolution Over Time

The Invention of the Wristwatch: An Evolution Over Time

People have always had a long history with tracking time. Sundials and water clocks were used to track the passing of time before the fir...

90 ans de la Reverso :  l’histoire d’une jeune dame

90 ans de la Reverso : l’histoire d’une jeune dame

L’horlogerie des années 30, ce sont des montres rondes, des mouvements ronds, et des pièces destinées aux soirées dandy de l’entre-deux G...

Smartwatch Vs. Traditional Watch

Smartwatch Vs. Traditional Watch

Over the last few years, there has been a surge of popularity when looking at smart watches. The wearable tech and affordable price point...

The Watches of James Bond

The Watches of James Bond

Now pay attention please, 007. The passing of Sir Sean Connery and the continued delay of No Time to Die has got me thinking about all th...

The Ultra-Thin DB28XP Trio: A Celebration of 10 Years of the DB28

The Ultra-Thin DB28XP Trio: A Celebration of 10 Years of the DB28

De Bethune’s DB28XP series was the best new watch collection of 2020. Watchmaker Denis Flageollet’s relentless commitment to improve, ref...

Celebrating Ten Years of Legacy Machines with LMX

Celebrating Ten Years of Legacy Machines with LMX

Max Büsser is no stranger to taking risks, especially horological ones. After reviving Jaeger-LeCoultre as a brand and then designing and...

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: The Pendulum Swing of A. Lange & Söhne Watch Design

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: The Pendulum Swing of A. Lange & Söhne W...

A. Lange & Söhne is by no means the only brand whose portfolio of watch collections is an expression of diversity, however when refle...

GENERATIONS: Exploring the History of F.P. Journe’s Résonance

GENERATIONS: Exploring the History of F.P. Journe’s Résonance

When it comes to the many impressive creations launched by F.P. Journe over the years, few if any have garnered more attention than the C...