We love getting our hands on a new watch, as it’s really the only way to be sure about what you think and feel about it. But sometimes, it’s just not possible to see it In the Flesh without waiting for months on end. In those cases, pictures and specification lists have to suffice. Follow our First Impression series if you’re like us, and can’t wait another second to pass judgement on new watch releases.
Panerai totally shocked us with their PAM676, a svelte 42mm Luminor with a killer dial with classic Panerai looks.
Capping off our trip to Baselworld 2016, we’ve got some more favorites for you. Tourbillons, divers, and ladies’ watches, oh my!
After sneaking a peak on day one, today we had the chance to go hands-on with Sinn’s new releases. Check out our Sinn Baselworld 2016 Favorites.
With day 1 under our belts, take a look at our Baselworld 2016 Press Day Favorites. It was an action-packed day and we’re excited for more!
Tag Heuer releases a new Monza for Baselworld 2016, drawing inspiration from the original PVD Monza of 1976.
The overwhelmingly positive reactions to the MB&F Legacy Machine Perpetual caused us to take a more critical look at the impressive new release.
Just the other day, NOMOS announced their Neomatik line. While it’s sort of a mash-up of existing models, let’s take a deeper look.
John Tarantino, CEO and founder of Martenero, drop by Red Bar Boston to give us a look at his latest releases: the Martenero Ascent and Marquis.
Frederique Constant and Alpina just announced new watches featuring new movements, further solidifying their place in the bang-for-your-buck category.
We had a chance to get up close and personal with the newly released Bremont America’s Cup collection.
We give our first impression of the new and impressive Ball for BMW Timetrekker.
Introducing Oak & Oscar, a Chicago based watch brand focusing on quality and granular details.
We continue our coverage of more of our favorite watches from Baselworld 2015.
The Sinn EZM 7 S was designed for the Frankfurt Fire Brigade. This isn’t just an honor thing, the firefighters actually use them in the fight.
Our very first Baselworld Press Day was quite exciting. Check out our First Impressions of a few of our favorite releases.
Kicking off Baselworld 2015, TAG Heuer has announced their Carrera Calibre 18, a throwback to their two-register Carreras of the 1960s.
The Christopher Ward C60 Trident is a favorite amongst value-seeking watch nerds, and with the most recent updates, that’s definitely not going to change.
Continuing our SIHH 2015 coverage, introducing the Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Dual Time. A handsome, two timezone watch with an in-house complication.
Hot from the SIHH 2015 presses, we give our First Impression of the new AP Royal Oak Offshore Diver with white dial.
Check out our First Impression of the new Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech 3 Days Automatic 47mm PAM616, revealed at SIHH 2015.
With SIHH 2015 beginning today, IWC has announced a revival of the Portuguese family. Introducing the updated IWC Yacht Club Chronograph.
Picking up right where they left off, 2015 already looks promising for Montblanc. Introducing the Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum.
Panerai is off to an early start with SIHH releases, kicking things off with the PAM580 Luminor 1950 Flyback Ceramica. Check out our First Impression.
After the Slide Chronograph, Ball has added another interesting piece to their lineup. Introducing the Ball Trainmaster Kelvin.
With the 175th anniversary of Patek Philippe upon us, the brand released some truly exceptional limited edition pieces to commemorate the celebration.
Glashütte is packed with horological prowess, and Tutima holds up the tool watch end of it. With their M2, they continue their line of legendary Fliegers.
After announcing the A11 movement over a month ago, it’s time to announce the Habring2 Felix — the first watch to feature the A11. Check out our First Impression.
With Ball’s new Engineer Master II Slide Chronograph, they’ve completely re-thought the chronograph. Check out our First Impression for the full story.
Zenith released another El Primero, vintage-inspired piece with the Stratos Flyback Rainbow. Check out our First Impression.
The good news is, Helmut Sinn is going to enjoy his remaining years. The bad news is, the watch industry is losing a legend. Check out the full story on Guinand Watches shutting down.
Exciting news out of Austria! Under-the-radar watchmaker, Habring2, is marking their 10th anniversary with an in-house caliber.
Since its release only two days ago, the Bremont Wright Flyer has caused quite a stir. Check out our First Impression to get the story.
We give our first take on the Longines Avigation, the newest addition to their Heritage Collection and a great vintage military inspired watch.
Following the mega-successful Tropik SS, Jason Lim will be releasing his newest diver, the Halios Delfin. Come check out our first impression.
Christopher Ward marked their 10th anniversary with the release of an in-house movement, the Calibre SH21. Check out our impression and what it might mean for the small watchmaker and the industry as a whole.
Damasko is one of our favorite watchmakers. Their latest releases (and one upcoming) only strengthen our appreciation. Check out our take on their latest!
We’re not ashamed to admit we’re Sinn fanboys. Check out our favorite Sinn Basel releases.
We review the 2014 IWC Aquatimers. It was time for a change in the Aquatimer line and IWC did just that with many interesting models to choose from.
The annual Baselworld rumor mill, as per usual, churned out some wild guesses. However, there was truth behind one in particular. Meet the new Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 — a welcomed revival.
Bremont had easily one of the best showings at Baselworld 2014. Check out Wound For Life’s First Impression on the Terra Nova, MBIII, and Boeing Model 1 and Model 247.