Glashütte Original Sixties

In New York, back in 2017, Glashütte Original debuted a brand new limited edition series of chronographs, the Iconic Sixties Square, amidst an unexpected but fitting flurry of snow. The watch is available in five different colors and styles, each with a squared-off cushion case and a bright dial. These are very similar to what the Sixties collection has been doing for years, but they offer something a little different and special. Here's a sneak peek at the new limited editio

Breitling Navitimer Rattrapante

The new chronograph Caliber B03 with split-seconds feature was introduced by Breitling in its flagship Navitimer. We checked this manufacture caliber in a stainless-steel model with an exclusive bronze-colored dial in this cover feature from our archives. It appears to be an ordinary Navitimer chronograph at first glance, a style that has been a common symbol for the past 55 years. A fluted, bidirectional rotatable bezel with a light-colored flange marked with a logarithmic

Omega Speedmaster Moon

My Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon (311. arrived after nearly six weeks of waiting. There's already a lot written about this model, but I wanted to add my two cents. The photos aren't great because I took them with a phone that doesn't have a macro mode, and the color of this watch attracts dust like crazy. I'm still not a watch enthusiast, and this is just my second automatic watch (excluding a couple of cheap fashion brand models). There will be some blu

Tudor Pelagos 25600 Blue

What do you do when Tudor releases a new version of their most rugged dive watch? You decide to go scuba diving. Following the announcement of the Tudor Pelagos 25600 at Baselworld 2015, the only way I could contribute to Ariel's analysis of the original Pelagos was to try the latest model in its natural environment. I escaped Vancouver's tiresome combination of cold and rainy for the tr

Casio GA-100-1A1 Review

If you're looking for a tough watch with a lot of features but no sticker shock, the Casio G-shock GA100–1A1 is a good option. The simplicity of this watch is as attractive as it is robust and practical, and its affordable price of less than $100 keeps it within reach of potential buyers. Features World Time with 29 different time zones; 1/1000 second stopwatch; Countdown timer; Shock, mud, magnetic and water resistance up to 660 ft. Full Auto-Calendar; Auto LED

Dark Side Of The Moon

Customers in some parts of the world had to wait a long time for their Dark or Grey Side Of The Moon (hands-on here) watches, but the Dark Side Of The Moon, or "DSotM," as it is often referred to, was a resounding success. The four new color variants have recently begun to appear in stores around the world, so now is a great time to get your hands on all four of them, as they provide more options for those looking for new, argua