As tool watches gain in popularity, the chronograph's star continues to rise. Whether reissues of legendary models, new executions of vintage designs or high-flying mechanisms, brands have it covered. Here's our selection.
Established in Biel/Bienne two years ago, Norqain is beginning to make a name for itself. A long-term strategic partnership with Kenissi, a movement-maker whose clients include Tudor and Chanel, is focusing attention on this young brand that already boasts an impressive roll call of retailers.
Since 1950, the Luminor has changed faces many times but never strayed far from the first tool watches that Panerai supplied to Italian Navy combat divers. The ultimate sport-chic watch, this version is no exception.
Launched in 2015, the Escale Time Zone puts a new angle on the multiple time-zone complication. This season's rendition drapes itself in the blue of the ocean and the sky. Climb aboard for a closer look at this visually compelling as well as technically astute watch from the master of travel, Louis Vuitton.
Speculation and rumours fly freely in the months leading up to Baselworld, as collectors and journalists predict what the big brands will do to their favorite models.
The patriarch of German watchmaking, A. Lange & Söhne produces watches whose exteriors are as finely honed as the mechanisms inside. After visiting the brand's manufacturing facilities in Glashütte, we scoured Instagram to find out which of its timepieces are the most popular.