The Best of Baselworld 2017
Bell & Ross watches are traditionally chunky and square.
A whole new system for starting and stopping a chronograph.
A throwback from 70 years ago has a gorgeous, brushed copper dial.
It’s truly monstrous: 52.5mm diameter and 21.4mm thick.
Two new versions of Seiko’s original dive watch, the reference 6217, which first launched in 1965.
Sinn joins Nomos and Junghans in the dress watch club.
Cushion case, silver dial, bright orange hour markers: check, check, and check.
The brand joins an exclusive club: those who can make the rare rattrapante complication in-house.
The first watch in Tudor’s Black Bay line to get a chronograph movement.
Omega celebrates the 60-year anniversary of three iconic tool watches with special editions.
A Rolex that’s water-resistant to an astounding 4,000 feet, or nearly four times as deep as the current scuba-diving world record.
A year after TAG Heuer asked its fans to choose their preferred design, the Autavia is back.