Following up on its previous models with tropical and textile straps, Oris is now also offering a riveted bracelet option for its vintage-inspired dive watch, the Oris Diver Sixty-Five.
WatchTime spent some time with the most recent model of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer — a watch originally made for a Mount Everest expedition and recently revamped with a larger case and modern caliber. Scroll down to read our test of the watch from the magazine, along with original photos by Nik Schölzel. The
If you are a regular reader of WatchTime’s “Dive Watch Wednesdays,” you will probably remember one of our blog posts in which we revealed our personal “Top 5 Most Wanted” list of dive watch models currently produced. The good news is, recently, this list theoretically got one watch shorter. The bad news? That open spot
TAG Heuer has announced a landmark, long-term partnership agreement with Major League Soccer (MLS) and the U.S. Soccer Federation. The partnership, which commences on March 6, the first day of the 2016 MLS season, also includes the Professional Referee Organization (PRO), the organization responsible for managing the referee and assistant referee program in professional soccer
One of Blancpain’s highlights at this year’s Baselworld is the L-evolution Tourbillon Carrousel, a highly complicated piece with a futuristic dial and case design to match. Tourbillons and carrousels both rotate their cages within a movement, but understanding them can also get your head spinning. So let’s take a moment to break down the differences
The watch world’s current “Blue Period” shows no signs of waning at this year’s Baselworld, as brands continue to roll out timepieces with azure-colored dials and straps. Among the most notable new releases is a dark blue version of Glashütte Original’s Senator Chronometer, a model launched in 2099 that has become one of the Saxon brand’s cornerstones.