Watchstars Awards 2015-2016: Here Are The Five Winning Watches

The winning watches of the second annual Watchstars Awards, chosen by an independent panel of international experts, were announced this week. Omega was the biggest winner this year, capturing two of the five categories. Other winners included Tudor and A. Lange & Söhne.

Power Play: Reviewing the Hublot King Power Unico All Black

With the launch of its Unico movement, Hublot became a manufacture. In this in-depth review we find out how the Unico performs inside the brand’s King Power Unico All Black. Scroll down to read the full article, with stunning visuals by Zuckerfabrik Fotodesign. Click on the pictures for larger images. Hublot’s path to manufacture status was

SIHH 2016 Preview: Roger Dubuis Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Carbon

Roger Dubuis has revealed that its theme at SIHH 2016 will be “The Year of the Diva,” with new product releases almost solely restricted to its Velvet collection of haute horlogerie ladies’ watches. However, the brand’s many male fans will still find at least one new timepiece made with them in mind: the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Carbon.

8 Celebrity-Owned Watches That Rocked the Auction Block

Few factors can increases the value of a vintage watch quite like its once having belonged to a celebrity. Whenever a watch owned by a celebrity or historical figure goes on the block at auction houses like Antiquorum and Christie’s, bidding can be expected to go well beyond the estimated value. Below we look at

The Art of The Dial: Exploring Cartier’s Maison des Métiers d’Art

In its new Maison des Métiers d’Art in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, Cartier creates artisanal dials for manufacture watches. WatchTime was among a group who were the first visitors to the new facility. Here’s an inside look. The field next to Cartier’s giant, ultra-modern, glass-walled watch manufacturing facility in La Chaux-de-Fonds was, until recently − and