Throwback Thursday: Heuer Autavia GMT

When people think of a vintage sports watch with a second timezone, the Rolex GMT-master is often one that comes to mind first. However, there have been more imposing sports watches with this complication, like the Heuer Autavia GMT. The one we have here is from around 1970 and part of the second generation of reference 2446, with its distinct red chronograph hand, larger registers, and fluted pushers.

By Martin Green

TAG Heuer Autavia: Vintage Looks With A State-of-the-Art Heart

In the TAG Heuer Autavia, the world of aviation and motor racing come together in a single creation, but that is not all that is united. While the design of the latest generation of this model is vintage inspired, it's beating heart couldn't be more modern. Crafted from a carbon composite, the hairspring is nearly immune to magnetic fields, changing temperatures and shocks, which normally have a negative influence on the accuracy of a mechanical watch. All the TAG Heuer Autavia's are therefor Chronometer certified.

Baselworld 2019: Different Except For The Awesome Watches!

It was hard to know what to expect, as so much would be different this year at Baselworld. With the attending brands now down to just over a hundred, the show is more compact, yet the new fair management also took the opportunity to make good use of this space. Greenery, indoor ponds and more luxurious culinary options have given the fair a more upscale appearance, one that is matched by the amazing watches that are presented here!

Speed Kings: 4 Of The Best Racing Chronographs

Join us as we explore 4 of the best racing chronographs ever made. These are real, high-speed watches that have stood the test of time.

Throwback Thursday: Heuer Autavia “Jo Siffert”

TAG Heuer's involvement into the world of racing, and especially Formula One racing, is something that dates back to the time when the company was still named only Heuer. One of the watches that had such a strong connection was the Autavia Reference 1163T Chronomatic.

Haute Time’s Favorite Baselworld Watches: Part I

One way of sparking passionate debates in Haute Time's editorial department is to ask about putting together a list of the ten favorite watches from Baselworld. Some make a convincing case for the latest triple-axis tourbillon, while another thinks that a top ten is not complete without that gorgeous time-only. As personal and arbitrary as these lists are, they do give a good indication on where the watch world is currently standing, and which new watches made the biggest impressions.