A look at BALTIC, future brand of vintage-inspired watches that we love. Fans of 1940's pieces, Longines 13ZN, "step-case" design, this is for you.
Portrait of the 14th Dalai Lama and his passion for watches. Be advised that Tenzin Gyatso is also enlightened on matters of Rolex and Patek Philippe.
Let us pay homage to Rolex Explorer I: timeless icon of the crown. A watch with ideal robustness and performance, no matter how cold the climate.
Kickstarter, not only a revolutionary crowdfunding platform but perhaps an incubator for necessary disruption as well.
Between 1965 and 1985, IWC wanted to create a “subdivision” of its Yacht Club collection, called SL, for a reason
A limited edition of a watchmaking classic, a french brand whose only goal is to put quality first and brings us back to the old days of sports ? Lets discover Girard Perregaux's Laureato and John Woodbridge.
Born out of a collaboration between Corum and the cymbals maker Paiste, this Bubble is amazingly audacious, just like its elders.
Lets discover a Marvin from the 50's, a bi-compax chronograph with a brighten dial and rectangular pushes. In our dreams, we're escaping to La Havana while drinking a daiquiri at El Floridita...
We tried the new Rolex Oyster Perpetual in 39 mm. Classical, sporty, robust and timeless, with a nice modern touch. And we quite love it !
Friends of chronoemtry, hello. We're here today in order to enlighten a grand and sometimes controversial subject : the chronometry certifications. Simply because a mechanical watch's precision is a necessary courtesy, and also because we do not like being late...