German watchmaker Sinn's celebrates its birthday with a classic chronograph done up in black.
The Super Compressor was developed to increase water resistance. The design may have been superseded, but the look endures.
French watchmaker Baltic's "super compressor"-style watch harkens back to a classic '60s look.
You probably didn't know you could get serious chronos for this kind of money — even mechanical ones.
Traditional watches paved the way for today's wearable tech in more ways than you think.
A Gore-Tex chore coat, a limited-edition NASA G-Shock and much more in this week's roundup.
What's the real deal with the extra nylon fold on the back of these things, and does it really keep your watch more secure?
The year is kicking off strong with great new releases at the Watches and Wonders trade show. Here are our faves thus far.
Originally made for spelunking, the Rolex Explorer II has grown into a unique sport watch icon.
The most notable new models, updates and sleeper releases for 2021.
New versions of the Black Bay Chrono and popular Fifty-Eight dive watch feature some unexpected twists.
The new Tank Must collection refines the classic Cartier design and offers a hell of a value.
The new Breitling Premier B25 Datora 42 resurrects a beautiful style of calendar-chronograph.
The awards show celebrated great screen performances and featured cool wristwear choices, from Omega to Patek.
An update for the Explorer II's birthday seems likely, but what exactly would that look like?
It's pretty easy to get your watch strap fitting perfectly, but you want to do it right. Here's how.
Swiss watchmaker Frederique Constant has rewritten centuries-old principles of mechanical movements.
Sorry, AC/DC — back in black is out, back in bronze is in.
There's more variety than you think among dress watches. These are the types you should know about.
Which are "best" is up to you, but you should absolutely be familiar with these companies.
Fresh hoodies, new dive watches from brands big and small and much more figure in this week's roundup.
To be fair, it's really the details that make this model a winner.
Many of the world's most famous Swiss watch brands are owned by just a few conglomerates. Here's how it all breaks down.
There's more to these morbid timekeepers that you might think.