SIHH 2016 Preview: Piaget Emperador Coussin XL 700P

Swiss watch brand Piaget pays tribute to its dual technical heritage of quartz and mechanical movementsm at SIHH 2016 with the Piaget Emperador Coussin XL 700P, a concept watch that combines a mechanical caliber with a quartz-driven regulator.

Hands-On Review: Longines Legend Diver

We at Fratello Watches are keen on re-editions of vintage timepieces of certain eras, but they need to be very well executed in order to succeed as such. Perhaps this also explains why certain watches that never changed that much are often a brand’s key to success; take the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak “Jumbo” or

Hands-On Review: Rolex GMT-Master II “Pepsi Bezel”

When Rolex unveils a new watch, it does it exactly when it wants to do it. As we told you before, when we were guessing what the new Rolex watches would be back in 2014, Rolex can be even more secretive than the famous Swiss banks. Our guesses turned out to be pretty accurate, and

Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy, Part 19: Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial

For those of you familiar with Theo & Harris, it is no secret that we are in absolute infatuation over there with vintage Omega, specifically, the Omega Seamaster. It is a series of watches that has changed dramatically over time — from its initial release in 1948 as a collection of small dress watches, to

How Precise is Your Watch? Test It with the Lepsi Watch Scope

For everyone who’s ever read a watch test or review in WatchTime and wished they could test their own timepieces for accuracy at home — and without making the major investment of a Witschi timing machine — Geneva-based Lepsi has an ideal stocking stuffer: the Lepsi Watch Scope, essentially a stethoscope to read the “heartbeat”