Since the late 1990s, producing large watches has been an enduring trend, undoubtedly spurred by the success of Panerai. Obviously, watches with larger case sizes were around earlier than that, but the Florentine brand was the first to attain huge, worldwide popularity with its oversized timepieces — with the help of a few Hollywood icons,
The Corum Bubble watch — flaunting a large, round case and prominent domed crystal — made its debut in 2000 and wowed some segments of the watch enthusiast community with its radically unconventional design. This year Corum brings back the cult-favorite Bubble Watch timepiece in three new versions.
Arnold & Son recently announced a new, stainless steel version of its HM Perpetual Moon timepiece with a beautiful, blue, lacquered guilloché dial. Here are details on the Arnold & Son HM Perpetual Moon, including specs and price.
In its long history, Omega has contributed numerous important watches and innovations to the world of watchmaking. In this excerpt from our “Omega Milestones” E-Special, we chronicle seven of the 25 most important watches Omega has ever made. For the complete E-Special listing all 25, click here to download it from WatchTime’s online store.First Minute-Repeater
This WatchTime feature covers the five most popular Rolex watch models that are available now and that offer accessible (for Rolex, that is) prices for collectors of all ages.