Seiko’s Astron technology powered the first-ever quartz watch in 1969, and 50 years hence it’s both incredibly accurate and impressive to behold.
All of our coverage from Press Day at one of the world’s largest watch trade shows is right here — stay tuned for more!
Zodiac is continuing its tradition of recreating classics by bringing back the Aerospace GMT, an affordable dual-time watch.
Thanks to its in-house dial manufactury, Glashütte Original makes some very striking dial designs.
Omega’s new limited edition Speedy gets a downsized case and a panda dial.
And if you pre-order now you can save hundreds.
A watch that can swim down to 3,900 meters
It looks like it could have actually seen service.
A bold design from 1979 returns.
A (mostly) spot-on reissue of a classic diver.
This beautiful, hand-winding watch is a throwback to the ’30s and ’40s.
The SLA025, SPB077 and SPB079 all pay homage to the world’s first high-beat dive watch.
It sports an amazing movement and a ’70s-inspired color scheme.
Who doesn’t love waffles?
A simple, high-end watch with a great movement and design.