Despite some forceful pushback from staunch Panerai enthusiasts about the Luminor Due’s reduced water resistance rating, the brand is moving full force with its collection of slimmed-down and dressed up models.
While gold, steel, and platinum are mainstay metals for watch cases, modern watchmaking has welcomed plenty of other materials in recent years. And it doesn’t get fresher than a crystal clear case in full sapphire—a material once reserved as the glass protecting the dial or movement.
Expensive taste in watches but don’t have the budget to keep up? We’ve rounded up some the most iconic (and costly) watches in the market today and found great looking alternatives to wear while you save for your grail.
In the late 1950s, both Rolex and Omega unveiled antimagnetic watches to serve the flourishing scientific community of the era. Rolex introduced the Milgauss watch in 1956 and Omega presented the Railmaster in 1957.
The perpetual calendar complication has been around for several centuries and it is still going strong. In fact, most of the best luxury watch brands have perpetual calendar watches within their current collections and continuously offer new iterations.
Looking for a 34mm watch to fit your smaller wrist? From $50 to $5,400, here are ten of our favorite 34mm watches for any budget.
Introduced at Baselworld 2019, the Patek Philippe 5172G takes over the previous ref. 5170 family as the company’s manual-wound chronograph model. Let’s walk through the details.
The Submariner’s popularity has resulted in a booming market for these highly coveted Rolex dive watches—both at retail and in the secondary market. We have compiled a Rolex Submariner Price Guide as a handy resource should you be in the market for one.
We knew Omega would launch something big on the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing – after all, Apollo 11’s astronauts were all issued Speedmaster Professionals by NASA for their historic spaceflight. And the Swiss watchmaker did not disappoint!
The Day-Date II and the Datejust II collections did not last long in the Rolex catalog (less than a decade) and have since been replaced by newer iterations. Let’s dig into the details of the short-lived collections.
For those of us with slender wrists, there has been a welcomed trend in the luxury watch space towards smaller timepieces.