TAG HEUER has the honour of being the first luxury timepiece brand to make the leap into smartwatches. Fusing the brand's horological know-how with cutting-edge technology, TAG led the way to...

THE Rolex Sky-Dweller, launched five years ago, still wowed the crowd when new versions of the timepiece were unveiled at this year's Baselworld watch fair in March. The annual calendar and two...

THE Sea-Dweller is said to be the least popular of Rolex's sports watches. Yet the most talked about timepiece launched in March at the mega Baselworld watch fair in Switzerland was probably an...

WHILE we know the Omega Speedmaster is Nasa-certified and astronauts have worn it in space and on the moon, it's not well-known that there are 60 models of the chronograph - or one for every...

THE top-most end of the luxury watch market hasn't been exempted from the slowdown that has afflicted the industry since 2014. Unsurprisingly, the mantra of value that is quoted religiously for...

AS IT had done at the London exhibition two years before, Patek Philippe this year unveiled a special collection of timepieces to mark a similar event, which it staged in New York City for 11 days...

PATEK Philippe's Aquanaut, Ref 5060A, was launched in 1997 as a more affordable alternative to the brand's popular Nautilus. Aimed at "younger, physically active" buyers, the...

PERHAPS marking the Octo's 5th anniversary this year, Bulgari has added five new models to its main line of watches for men - and they look great: the world's thinnest self-winding watch; a...

JAEGER-LECOULTRE'S Master Control line marks its 25th birthday this year with three new models: Master Control Date; Master Chronograph; and Master Geographic...

AN extra-flat timepiece and a moonphase complication this year join the Drive de Cartier, a vintage, automotive-inspired men's watch collection Cartier launched last year. ...