The Ton-Up takes a pilot's watch design and combines it with vintage motorcycle racing heritage to make one of Zenith's most popular watches of 2016.
The Tudor Heritage Advisor is, from historical, horological and aesthetic perspectives, perhaps the most interesting watch the brand has ever made.
The Tangente Sport is a long-discontinued model that adds a textured dial and luminescent accents to the popular Tangente.
The Globemaster is one of Omega's most celebrated models in recent memory, likely because it's the perfect combination of vintage good looks and advanced movement technology.
The Chronomaster Grande Date is the most complex Chronomaster model and one of the most complex production watches that Zenith currently makes.
The El Primero may be the Zenith that gets the most attention, but it's hardly the only great watch the company makes. Today we take a look at the exact opposite of an El Primero, an extremely austere dress watch from the Elite collection.
The Bremont OTUSA-R/BK is part of the British brand's collection of America's Cup yacht-racing inspired watches. Specifically, it's the much sportier side of the collection, featuring a chronograph and regatta timer.
The Omega Aqua Terra has long been heralded as one of the great all-around watches, and the Aqua Terra 8500 really mixed things up with its famous teak dial. This year, Omega mixes things up again with this very cool golf dial, a tribute to golf's Ryder Cup.
The Zenith El Primero Classic Cars is a new version of the brand's most popular watch, the legendary El Primero. This version uses a metal dial with Geneva Stripes for a car engine-inspired touch.
Grand Seiko is known, in large part, for their ultra-traditional design values. This new SBGE037, one of a four-piece new collection, departs from their classical designs with the addition of a black ceramic case.
The Tetra is Nomos' only square watch and this year it receives an update to its size, design and movement.
The Black Bay is, without a doubt, the most celebrated model Tudor makes, so when Tudor decided to shake it up and offer a contemporary-styled version of their vintage model, the world took notice.
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