28 April 2017
The Tamawa story: From snooker ball to wristwatch
The contemporary brand executes a mono-form design concept to perfection, with a wide range of lifestyle products inspired by the Bakelite ball.
27 April 2017
Why MeisterSinger introduced a second hand for its Circularis Power Reserve
The latest addition to the brand’s premium line boasts an impressive 120 hours of autonomy, indicated by a rare secondary hand on the dial.
26 April 2017
How HYT’s H4 Neo lights up the night
The avant garde watchmaker’s latest timepiece is equipped with an entirely mechanical light source, allowing the watch to light up without a battery.
25 April 2017
Chronoswiss and Alfa Romeo rev up partnership with a limited edition timepiece
The Regulator Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio limited edition strikes the sweet spot between Swiss watchmaking and Italian automotive design
24 April 2017
Ovi Watch: putting Latvia on the watchmaking map
The start-up brand is capitalizing on Latvia’s own resources to design impressive wooden watches that pack a lot of punch at a very decent price.
21 April 2017
Manufacture Vuillemin, France’s last mechanical movement clock maker
This isn’t your grandfather’s old clock. Manufacture Vuillemin uses traditional techniques to produce clocks with a modern and artistic appeal.
20 April 2017
Buben&Zorweg, the safe way to do luxury
The German brand is a leader in luxury watch winders and safes. This year they took it to the next level - their latest model can serve up a cocktail and even take a bullet!
19 April 2017
Timeshapes: sculptures or timekeepers?
The Iowa, USA based clock maker cum sculptor makes some truly unique kinetic-driven clocks made entirely out of wood.
18 April 2017
What did we learn from Baselworld? Find out in this video exclusive
The special video by Tina Drolc takes stock of the trade show that was, and a looks forward to where the Swiss watch industry can go from here.
14 April 2017
Ab Aeterno, a wooden watch for eternity?
Meaning “from eternity”, Ab Aeterno is yet another Italian wooden watch brand firmly pushing the eco-fashion trend forward.
13 April 2017
How WeWood stays sustainable
Coming from cultural capital of Florence, this watchmaker produces unique wood watches and even does its fair share to help out the forests, too.
12 April 2017
The “love for wood” and Kerbholz
The young German brand is producing stylish and eco-friendly watches that are also very affordable – a great starting proposition for today’s conscientious consumer.
11 April 2017
Tense Wooden Watches from a very chill place
Made in Vancouver, Canada, Tense has been in business for more than four decades, making it one of the pioneers of the contemporary wooden wristwatch.
10 April 2017
The good that comes from wood: Laimer’s case
The young Italian lifestyle brand is part of a growing trend in the watch industry: wooden watches. We profile the brand and consider why you should go for wood.
7 April 2017
Cheers to the Macallan x Urwerk Flask
Whiskey connoisseur meet watch aficionado. The unique collaboration between the distillery and the watchmaker have produced the most advanced flask to date.