From the A-11 to the Panerai Radiomir to the little-known A.T.P, we explore the Second World War's horological gems.
And you thought the Crown only made mechanical watches, eh?
Invicta watches have interesting history you might not know about and have been the start of many a watch collection.
Here are 10 of the most offbeat Speedmasters you've ever seen.
The first automatic chronograph movement; the first quartz watch; men walking on the moon — all these developments took place in ’69.
From Air Kings to Oyster Perpetuals, these are the Rollies you can buy without taking out a HELOC.
Is taking $60,000 worth of vintage Rolex beneath the waves a good idea? Maybe not.
From inexpensive, Gulf War-era quartz to lauded 1950s, gilded chronographs, these are the best deals in military timepieces.
Buying watches from forgotten brands is a great way to get a lot with a little.
Is your treasured timepiece keeping funky time? Heres's how you know when to visit the all-powerful watchmaker.
You can get a ton of watch for your money on the vintage market.
And why did they go with a monopusher design when it was clearly outdated tech?
Wristwatches with "atomic timekeeping" have unexpected German origins.
The precision of this timekeeping breakthrough enabled the age of European exploration.