It's the year of the Submariner. And the Explorer. Oh, and the Daytona.
Forecasting the future for Rolex, Tudor, Bulgari, Swatch and much more.
Get ready to travel — or at least track multiple time zones right from your wrist.
Don't keep your most worn watches in your sock drawer — invest in a quality watch box instead.
We examine some of world’s most famous military watches and delve into their origins, from the Fifty Fathoms to the Milsub and more.
From Air Kings to Oyster Perpetuals, these are the Rollies you can buy without taking out a HELOC.
Certain watch bracelet designs have achieved cult status are instantly recognizable. Can you name them all?
“Kermit,” “Snowflake,” “Hulk” — what is this, a Guy Ritchie film? Close.
We explore what makes a watch “tactical” and pick out some of our favorites for actual use in the field.
Not all leather watch bands are created equal, and more and more options seem to crop up every day.
We break down the catalog of the one of the world’s foremost watchmakers, from the Seamaster to the Speedmaster and more.
Everything you need to know about Rolex's current catalog of watches, including prices, history and more.
The right gear makes sticking with those workout resolutions way easier, especially with these savings.
From resurrected heritage brands like Alsta to blue chip companies like Longines, these are the best in sub-$2k divers.
It’s perfectly possible to snag a respectable watch for less than a Benjamin — in fact, you can even go automatic.
From divers to dress watches to pilot's watches and more, these are the best in class at the $2k mark.
Both microbrands and bluechip companies offer great divers for five Benjamins and under.
A rubber watch strap is perfect for the water or for sports, but quality and price vary widely.
Seiko’s Prospex PADI Special Edition features solar charging, 200m of water resistance and a stainless steel bracelet.
Make it thinner and give it a rotating bezel, and it would be perfect.
Baltic's Aquascaphe GMT is the perfect marriage of vintage-inspired nostalgia and modern materials.
A few words with one of the world's most intrepid explorers.
If you love #speedytuesday, Bond watches, vintage reissues and more, you have Omega’s President and CEO Raynald Aeschlimann to thank.
The Omega Speedmaster is the prototypical chrono for a reason. Quit dilly-dallying and just pull the trigger.
Find out what kind of dive watch is right for your needs before you pull the trigger.
The archetypical dive watch's history and vintage collecting scene, demystified.