You probably didn't know you could get serious chronos for this kind of money — even mechanical ones.
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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Originally made for spelunking, the Rolex Explorer II has grown into a unique sport watch icon.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 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.
And in other news, it's 36mm again. And there's a plain steel version, of course.
One of the world's most beloved luxury watches with an integrated bracelet is going green.
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?
50th-anniversary Rolex Explorer II, anyone?
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.