Founded in 1919 by British engineer Walter O. Bentley (1888-1971), the brand of the same name is famous for its luxury and racing cars. The prestigious six-time winner of the 24 heures du Mans (five times in the 1920s and once in 2003) joined forces...

Edox unveiled a sporty and sturdy watch which was water-resistant to depths of 500m in 1965, a first for its time. The brand based in Genevez, in the Jura, has now created a modern take on its Hydro-Sub. It’s still water-resistant to depths of 500m...

The marine chronometer was an essential piece of kit on ships in the 18th and 20th centuries. Its accuracy enabled it to determine longitude and therefore calculate the ship’s position. Appointed to the prestigious post of Royal Navy Watchmaker in 1815 by Louis XVIII, Abraham-Louis...

The cushion-shape case, which is neither square nor round, gives the DS Eagle so much personality that you instantly recognise it. The Certina classic’s name stands for "Double Sécurité", a fastening system which secures the watch to the wrist. The rose gold PVD-coated steel case...

A case that dabbles in square and circular, an innovative and lightweight material, readable information, a technical strap and a self-winding movement: the limited edition Terrascope Chrono Carbon by JeanRichard is made for adventure! The 44mm black carbon fibre case is 13.10mm thick and has...

This is a timepiece that exudes the ocean and was made for the ocean: after its last outing in black, the Pelagos has wrapped its sturdy case in electric blue. The 42mm satin-finished titanium case sealed by a screwdown steel back houses the self-winding COSC-certified...

Muscles of steel, a blue kit and a mechanical heart: that’s the magic recipe for success of the new version of the Ironclad model. Framed by a slim red ring and a checkerboard centre, the intense blue dial features pumped-up hour indices and white Arabic...

The iconic Royal Oak watch first launched in 1972 and set out to win over women’s wrists in 1976. At nearly 40, the star is approaching the prime of its life and wraps its famous octagonal bezel and eight hexagonal screws in rose gold and...

What makes a watch truly elegant is its pure simplicity paired with the refined details that only those who appreciate timeless beauty can recognise. The weight and finesse of its body, its curvy lugs, its confidently classic dial, the overall balance of the watch: it...