Horology Decentralised

Watches should be Swiss they said, look again we said…

There is a much larger world beyond the world of Swiss watches, it includes pieces that are equally mesmerising, complex, and undoubtedly cool. Say hello to the new geographical centres

Watches & Wonders 2021: A. Lange & Sohne: The Triple Split

Presenting a new look for the world’s most complex chronograph! There are chronographs, flyback chronographs,  the split-second or Rattrapante chonographs and so on. Then in 2004, the Saxon based Manufacture introduced the double split, the worldʼs first mechanical chronograph with

Audemars Piguet – A New Royal Oak Offshore Diver

Time to update your gear

It started out in 2005 as Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore ‘Scuba’, with a 35-piece limited edition for the German retailer Wempe’s 100th anniversary. Rechristened in 2010 as the Royal Oak Offshore ‘Divers’ the

Luxury Rolex Watches Defying Underwater Pressures

MASTERING WATERPROOFNESS: Breaking records, down under…

“We must find a way to create a waterproof wristwatch”, wrote Hans Wilsdorf in a letter in 1914, to Aegler, the firm which would later become the Manufacture des Montres Rolex S.A.

An enterprising