• Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight: a stunning spin on the vintage dive watch

    The Black Bay Fifty Eight is a landmark watch release from Tudor, providing the smallest and slimmest true dive watch from the brand since the Tudor Submariner (ref 7924) launched in 1958 – hence the name bestowed upon the Black Bay Fifty Eight. But that's not the only part of the Fif...

    POSTED 8 Aug, 2018 1 Comment

  • Dressed for success: how to choose a winning dress watch

    Designed to be worn on formal and black tie occasions, dress watches are the most elegant of timepieces. Their goal is at once powerful yet subtle: an understated 'classic' design which doesn't draw undue attention to itself. When it's time to add a dress watch to your wardrobe, look for a ...

    POSTED 2 Aug, 2018 7 Comments

  • Cartier Santos: the original pilot's watch, reimagined

    Very few watches can claim true originality, and the Cartier Santos is among those few. The Santos made its debut way back in 1904 as a personal timepiece for aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont, making it both the first pilot’s watch and one of the earliest known men’s wristwatch...

    POSTED 20 Jul, 2018 0 Comments

  • How 'aviator watches' took flight

    Pilot's watches are among the most popular category of modern timepieces, even if most buyers are more likely to be sitting in a business class seat rather than behind the stick. But this is no mere branding exercise: flight and wristwatches are linked by a common history and purpose going back ...

    POSTED 17 Jul, 2018 3 Comments

  • Five world-timer watches for the business traveller

    The world-timer watch is a century-old solution to an increasingly modern problem: how to juggle the many different timezones of colleagues, suppliers and clients. While a simple GMT watch lets you keep track of a single secondary timezone, a world-timer displays the time in 24 zones simult...

    POSTED 11 Jul, 2018 3 Comments

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