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Displaying: all articles from 2011

  • The window to watch: 1970s

    What clothes, what watches, what cars and what music were people into in the 1970s? This is the second in our Window to watch series of feature articles that walks through the decades in terms of more
  • The new OMEGA Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial ‘London 2012’

    To commemorate the London 2012 Games, OMEGA has just launched the Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial “London 2012” Limited Edition Chronometer. An Olympic marathon of a name that has been introduced exactly a year to the day before more
  • Five sizzling hot holiday watches

    At long last, it’s time to unpeel your daily dress watch from your pasty white wrist, throw it in the drawer and haul the chunky diving watch out of its box because all across Europe more
  • Tissot T-Gold Sculpture Line Skeleton

    Swiss watch manufacturer Tissot, a part of the mighty SWATCH Group was founded in 1853. From the early days to the present, in its home in Le Locle in the Swiss Jura mountains, Tissot has translated more
  • The Christopher Ward C11 Altus series

    When you gaze upon Christopher Ward watches and then look at the price tag, you crane your head towards the computer screen in disbelief; surely there’s a digit missing? But no, your eyes do not more
  • Concord C1 BlackSpider Limited Edition

    An eight-legged anthropod equipped with a tourbillon movement. A creature that imposes its own vision of mechanics and design. C1 BlackSpider is a predator on the prowl. Its prey is time. Its weapon is empty more
  • EPOS Switzerland

    Each month we focus on a watch brand that is quietly and efficiently creating quality watches but without the harsh glare of launch publicity afforded to the likes of a brand new Rolex, Jaeger LeCoultre, more
  • The Tudor Fastrider Ducati Watch

    Now this is something different. Most watch and car tie-ins are connected to top of the line cars, but this definitely makes the pulse beat a little faster. Ducati, maker of some of the world’s fastest more
  • Which watch to wear with a suit

    Which watch to wear with… is a new Click Tempus series which explores and advises on some great watches for every aspect of your busy life from work, to dating, to going on vacation, this more
  • IWC – Ingenieur Automatic Mission Earth Edition ‘Plastiki’

    He sailed over 10,000 nautical miles from San Francisco to Sydney in a boat called ‘Plastiki’, a boat made of 12,000 bottles. He relied solely on solar energy, masts and even pedal power to get him more