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
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”
To celebrate 85 years since the original Reverso watch was launched (in 1931), Jaeger-LeCoultre will launch three anniversary collections at SIHH 2016 in January: the JLC Reverso Classic, JLC Reverso Tribute, and JLC Reverso One. Here’s what you should know about them.
Whether you’re buying out of sentimentality — say, you want to own a watch from the year of your birth — or simply for investment purposes, education is the most important factor when it comes to buying, or collecting, vintage timepieces. During my last decade of blogging for Fratellowatches, I have received numerous e-mails from
Some watches simply “have it” and some do not. These 10 timepieces, to me, have that certain something that sets them apart. Scroll down to see my choices. These are the watches introduced in 2014 that appeal most to the emotions of your Watch Insider, plain and simple. No other criteria have been taken into account,
Cartier has a long and distinguished horological history, and in recent years, the brand has assumed a leading role among manufacturers creating innovative and complicated haute horlogerie timepieces. At the same time, the brand has launched several notable timepieces at lower price points, many of which have in-house movements. Here are five models we think