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The wearable tech that's as stylish as it is cutting-edge.
We spotted some real interesting pieces.
It's actually quite easy—if you know what to look for.
(tip: if in doubt, buy a classic Rolex).
These high-end, forward-thinking designs are as good as it gets.
Oris pays tribute to the jazz masters of old.
Solar power, super-thin cases, and a whole lot more.
Introducing the (updated) Monoposto Chronograph by Autodromo.
From Breguet to Zodiac, and everything in between.
It looks like a watch and feels like a watch, but the question is, will it ever replace your watch?
Nineteen exemplars of Esquire style reveal the watches that adorn their wrists and lie closest to their hearts.
TAG Heuer celebrates as their tribute watch to Niki Lauda's first world championship title with Ferrari wins the GPHG prize for best revival watch.
From Armani to Vuitton, the fashion set are upping their watch game. Switzerland's big boys should be looking over their shoulders...
Here's how to take care of a legacy timepiece your children will appreciate.
TAG Heuer partners Manchester United anchoring their position in the football world.
Why this much-maligned watch type is due a comeback—plus ten of the best gleaming beauties
A look at the history behind TAG Heuer’s latest Monza Chronograph.
Bell & Ross reveals a new Skull iteration.
You better be quick...
First introduced in 1992 as an update of the Submariner, Rolex's latest looks set to be one of its boldest yet.
A two part collection inspired by the most iconic cars in British motorsport.