Watch Test: TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 Edition Steve McQueen

The Monaco Calibre 11 Edition Steve McQueen, an updated version of the watch McQueen wore in the movie “Le Mans,” has racing written all over it. Did it take the checkered flag in our test?  Find out as Alexander Krupp looks under the hood in this piece with photos by OK-Photography. More than four decades

SIHH 2016 Preview: Cartier Clé de Cartier Automatic Skeleton

At the upcoming SIHH 2016 in January, Cartier unveils the first skeletonized watch in the Clé de Cartiercollection, which also features Cartier’s first-ever skeletonized automatic movement made in-house. Find out about the new Cartier Clé de Cartier Automatic Skeleton watch.

Watch Insider’s Top 10 Best-Value Chronographs

As new watches introduced at this year’s SIHH and Baselworld arrive at retailers for the holiday shopping season, let’s look at my annual Top 10 Best-Value Watches lists, which I assembled for my blog, Watch-Insider.com. We’ve covered my favorite chronograph watches and men’s dress watches already; now I put the spotlight on chronograph watches offering the

How Snoopy Ended Up on an Omega Speedmaster Dial

It is no secret that besides blogging about watches for fratellowatches.com, I also love to collect watches — especially iconic watches like the Rolex GMT-Master, Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Rolex Datejust and, of course, the Omega Speedmaster Professional. I own several of the last model. Ever since I bought my first Speedmaster (15 years ago

Video: Jeff Kingston Takes You Inside The Making of a Hublot Watch Case

In this exclusive video, we will follow the fabrication of a Hublot Big Bang watch case component from its arrival at the factory in raw form, through its cutting and polishing, and finally to its assembly into the finished case. We’ll also examine the special Hublot watch strap changing system.

Borrowed Time: Reviewing the Armin Strom Gravity Date Air

For a relatively young brand, Armin Strom has, in rather short order, joined the ranks of watch manufacturers — like Panerai and Richard Mille — whose products are identifiable across the room. There is a definite Armin Strom “look,” owing largely to the brand’s focus on skeletonization, the specialty of the brand’s founder and namesake,