One of the core things that I value the most about watches and a large part as to why I got into it in the first place largely stemmed from the idea that watches are lasting objects and in general, are resistant to the passage of time. Sure, fleeting fashion trends do find their way into watch design, but if we are talking purely about the mechanism of a watch, it is certainly something built to last generations and is the antithesis of mainstream technology – impervious to being obsolete.
The TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300M comes in 41 mm and 43 mm diameter automatic models (in steel or titanium) – with either a ceramic or steel bezel. New for 2016, are two 43 mm diameter stainless steel Aquaracers (black or blue dial), with stainless steel bezels. We checked out the blue dial version, close-up, back in March, at Baselworld.
Part of the reason that I like this Zenith so much is because it reminds me of a watch I used to own – a 1950s Zenith chronograph that I bought off of eBay for a song. It was wide – 38 mm – but thin, and simple. It just featured two registers, two rectangular pushers, long, thin lugs and no date
Renowned for producing specialist diving watches, Swiss Oris Watch is proud to introduce the Oris Aquis Depth Gauge. At the forefront of mechanical watch innovation, Oris has harnessed its knowledge, expertise and craftsmanship to produce the first divers watch which measures depth by allowing water to enter the timepiece. This patented timepiece is the first of its kind to measure depth using a unique gauge built into the sapphire crystal,
Introduced this year at Baselworld 2016, the swiss Armin Strom Edge Double Barrel is a masculine sport watch with a distinctive and bold style matched to a rare-to-find high-quality finishing. Perfectly suited for the world or racing cars with its dynamic look, the Edge Double Barrel is now available in a special edition, limited to 8 pieces, dedicated to the professional driver Max Chilton, a friend and an ambassador of the brand.