The Rolex Sky-Dweller is the Perfect Timepiece for Frequent Flyers

Rolex's Sky-Dweller was designed specially for travelers who frequently change time zones. 

By Adrienne Faurote

Jaeger-LeCoultre Adds Versatility to Master Control Collection

Jaeger-LeCoultre enriches its esteemed Mater Control collection with two new models featuring signature complications.

Glashütte Original In Touch With Time With Their 2020 Annual Editions

Over the years, they have become a thing, the annual editions of Glashütte Original. What sets these watches apart is not that they are entirely new models, but rather that they feature the most stunning dials. In the last few years, Glashütte Original has shown us stunning dials in a 'raindrops against a windshield' kind-of-motif featuring bright colors such as orange and green. This year their approach is quite different and remarkably appropriate for the times we are living in today.

It’s Not All About The Dial Side: 4 Incredible Movements

With most watches, there is only one way to wear them on your wrist: dial side up. While this is a true pleasure, it also means that the heart of the watch, its movement, it hidden. For decades the privilege of seeing the movement and being able to admire all its details and craftsmanship was that of the watchmakers making and servicing these watches. Today, especially in the higher echelons of watchmaking, a display back is almost standard and allows us to behold the true magic behind mechanical watches; movements with technical ingenuity and a perfect finish on even the smallest part, turning these practical objects into the realm of wearable art.

Watch of the Week: Glashütte Original Sixties Annual Edition

Glashütte Original shows us what a difference a color can make with the new Sixties Annual Edition; bright orange that spreads out over the dial and turns almost black at the edges. As if the color is not eye-catching enough already, the texture of the dial, which looks like raindrops hitting your windshield while driving on the highway, adds even more to it. To create this effect, Glashütte Original is using original equipment from the 1960s in their dial manufacture. Here a 60-tonne press gives each dial blank its low-relief pattern.