Best New Watches of 2020
This comprehensive guide to chronographs covers history, important terms to know, and the best models available at any price.
Two new Casio G-Shock GA-110 are fully decked out in the animated glory of Japanimation classics One Piece and Dragon Ball Z.
Omega’s legendary 321 movement has returned to a steel Speedmaster based on the watch worn by astronaut Ed White.
Japanese video game developer Sega is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and partnering with Seiko to mark the occasion.
Mido’s eye-catching “Rainbow Diver” from the ’60s has been resurrected as the limited-edition Decompression Timer 1961.
The new Parmigiani Tonda GT and Tondagraph GT watches are unusually sporty offerings from Parmigiani.
The newest release from French watchmaker Yema resurrects the very first Superman dive watch from 1963.
Hamilton worked with the Tenet film crew to design a modified version of its Khaki Navy BeLOWZERO watch.
The Black Bay Fifty-Eight captured the hearts of watch lovers everywhere in 2018.
The new Ollech & Wajs Ocean Graph features a decompression bezel, upgraded automatic movement and 1,000 meters of water resistance.
The Baltic Aquascaphe now comes with a steel 12-hour bezel, larger hands and indices and your choice of rubber strap or bracelet.
Laurent Ferrier makes some of the finest, most beautiful watches in the world. His new Classic Origin Opaline is no exception.
These all-metal G-Shocks combine silver or gold dials with stainless steel cases, mechanical Swiss movements and Casio soul.
The new configurator from Porsche Design allows you to create a totally unique version of its well-known chronograph.