IWC’s special Milan boutique edition of the Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante features a stunning dark blue dial that is complemented by the gold hands and indices. Limited to 150 pieces, this watch’s rattrapante function is heralded as a rare accomplishment in the watchmaking industry due to its complex manufacture.
The Patek Philippe Nautilus is one of the most iconic PP watches around, originally based on the universal shape of a ship’s porthole. Designed as a sporty and casual watch, the Nautilus is available in a variety of options, from the simple automatic hand to moonphase and date by hand indicator and such. Here’s one […]
The tourbillon is the pinnacle of watchmaking – consisting of over 100 tiny parts and weighing a mere 9 grams, less than a coin. One of its most striking features is that it rotates a whole 360 degrees, while its tiny balance ticks back and forth. Originally made to counter the effects of gravity on a […]
For those who love mechanical watches, the Arnold & Son TB88 is a dream come true. With an “inverted” movement, you don’t have to flip the watch over in order to admire the balance wheel at work! Also, the watch features a ‘True Beat’ complication,which moves the second hand much like a quartz movement, jumping […]