News, releases and reviews of the best in watches and timepieces.
Watches with serious specs and mean looks are plentiful, but modern military watches are quite different than issued ones of the past.
We spent a week with the Glashütte Original SeaQ in reed green to see how it stands up to outdoor adventures.
The Ulysse Nardin Freak X Razzle Dazzle is an eye-catching take on an already exotic watch.
You don’t have to drop a ton of money in order to get a great watch that, with a little TLC, could potentially last a lifetime.
Rolex's overlooked models offer a ton of value and a (relatively) accessible entry point to the iconic brand.
This is quite possibly the most historically significant quartz watch ever made.
Semper & Adhuc used vintage LIP movements in the new Instantanée.
It runs on Google's Wear OS, and is as indestructible as any G-Shock.
Keeping your watch's serial number private is probably a good idea. Here's why.
From "Iron Chef" Morimoto to Alton Brown to Gordon effing Ramsay.
Time to catch up with the releases you might have missed.
The Historique American 1921 references a distinctive, offset dial from the 1920s — and man, does it look good.
Remember these common-sense pointers when meeting fellow horophiles.
All you need in an affordable watch is available courtesy of quartz technology.
The new Prospex Land Tortoise takes a new approach to a well-known diver.
Here are 10 of the most offbeat Speedmasters you've ever seen.
And what on earth is a 45-minute counter used for?
From $80 to a grand, these are the best watches to get when you don’t want to spend a fortune.
What covers a watch's dial is more important than you think.