Tag Archives: World of Watches

World of Watches magazine: WOW Festive Issue brings us gold and enamelling for the new year

WOW’s Festive issue has hit the newsstands, fronted by Montblanc’s 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition in bronze. The watch is a throwback to Minerva military chronographs of yore, and perfectly encapsulates the Maison’s ability to meld past and future with its modern interpretation of a classic design. Two anchor features kick things off inside –… Read More »

Automatic watch for travellers: Baume & Mercier Clifton GMT Power Reserve is unveiled before SIHH 2017

Multiple time zone watches can be the bane of watch designers everywhere. Unlike the chronograph, which has found a relatively stable user-interface and a comfortably homogenous display system, the multi-time zone watch exists in so many variations that one can never quite tell what it is, except on closer inspection. For example, believe it or… Read More »

Quartz dive watch: Luminox Carbon SEAL 3800 Series could be the world’s lightest

Reportedly weighing in at up to 105 grams, the cased-in-carbon Luminox Carbon SEAL 3800 Series is a diver’s watch, water resistant to 300 meters. Yes, it is under 100 grams in some versions, which is remarkable for what is a 46mm tough ticker. We have not done any comparative tests but this might well be… Read More »