Baselworld, the biggest watch event of the year, is happening now at the Messe Basel in Basel, Switzerland. We’ve got a team on the ground there to bring you the most exciting releases. Follow our coverage here, and also be sure to check out Instagram. We’ll be posting to our feed throughout the week.
Day 2 of Baselworld 2019 kept the good stuff coming hot and heavy — the world received a much-anticipated re-working of the famous Seiko 6105 diver in the form of the Prospex 1970 Diver’s Re-Creation Limited Edition SLA033, as well as a whole slew of new Prospex watches. We also got on our hands on the new Bell & Ross BR 03-92 MA-1, inspired by the iconic MA-1 flight jacket, Tudor’s new two-tone version of the fan-favorite Black Bay Chronograph, and more. Stay tuned for more coverage tomorrow from Day 3!
This Is the Dive Watch Vintage Seiko Fans Have Been Waiting For
For Baselworld 2019, Seiko has rereleased one of its most significant early dive watches with modern, high-end Seiko finishing.
Zenith Revives Its Original El Primero A386 Watch from 1969
Zenith celebrates 50 years of its El Primero chronograph with the A386 Revival, which is incredibly faithful to the original.
Rolex’s Yacht-Master Is 2mm Bigger and It’s a Big Difference
Introducing the Yacht-Master 42, upsized for a bolder wrist presence and in white gold for Baselworld 2019.
This Pilots Watch Is Inspired by the Iconic MA-1 Flight Jacket
In instantly recognizable green and orange, the new Bell & Ross BR92-03 MA-1 pilots watch is a tribute to a military jacket icon.
Seiko Unleashes a New Line of Hardcore Prospex Watches
Seiko's new Prospex LX line features titanium cases, Spring Drive movements, and tough sport watch specs in its Land, Sea, & Air families.
Two Stylish Collections from Nomos Get Sporty Updates
The new Tangente & Club Sport watches for Baselworld 2019 might look like other Nomos watches, but they pack some serious durability.
Tudor’s Vintage-Style Chronograph Gets Updated in Two-Tone Glory
Tudor releases a two-tone version of its Black Bay Chrono watch for Baselworld 2019, and it's more retro-classy than ever.