When it comes to watches there is no way around it: the vast majority of them are made from steel. While other materials such as ceramic, and even bronze, gain some market share, it is still steel that rules supreme, even among high-end watches. These are some of our favorite steel watches! READ MORE
When it comes to stainless steel Haute Horlogerie sports watches there is a lot to choose these days. Many are new entries, but some are part of an exclusive inner circle. Among them is the Vacheron Constantin Overseas. Revamped in 2016, the Overseas collection comes with something that many of its competitors don’t have: a world time complication. READ MORE
If there is one brand that understands the power of steel, it is Patek Philippe. They were one of the pioneering brands that made this robust metal precious. This has become somewhat of a legacy for the brand. Next to the Nautilus, also the Aquanaut has become a steel powerhouse for the brand. But it doesn’t stop there, as the ref. 5960/1A testifies. READ MORE
When Audemars Piguet introduced the very first Royal Oak in 1972, it turned stainless steel into a noble material. Although not such an instant revolution as steel was, ceramic is becoming more and more the material of choice for high-end watches, but is it the new steel?
When it comes to 1970’s sports watches the Girard-Perregaux Laureato has always been somewhat of an insider’s choice. It does not have a following such as the Patek Philippe Nautilus or shares the recognizable profile of the Royal Oak by Audemars Piguet. For some, that might make it even more desirable, and those among us will be pleased that Girard-Perregaux has significantly expanded its line-up. READ MORE
If there is one complication that Cartier hasn’t used very often throughout its history, it is the moon phase. With the new Drive de Cartier Moon Phases it returns in a very classic and masculine way. READ MORE