Watches You Should Know
Bell & Ross's square-cased BR 01 may not be for everyone, but it's become a modern classic. Here's its story.
Bronze wasn't always a staple of the watch industry — in fact, the first bronze watch ever just might surprise you.
Spring Drive offers the wearing experience of mechanical watches and the accuracy of quartz. We examine how it works.
In 1975, after seven years of development, Seiko introduced a dive watch that would change the category forever.
No timepiece better represents Grand Seiko's technical and aesthetic prowess better than the Snowflake.
The Tank is one of the most elegant and iconic watches ever made, but it owes its significance to more than a just great design.
The innovative Citizen X-8 Chronometer, which debuted in 1970, was the world’s first titanium watch.
The innovative Cartier Santos was the first pilot’s watch.
The Angelus Chronodato is the progenitor of the triple-calendar chronograph, a classic watch style originating in the mid-20th century.