This year Tudor celebrates fifty years since the launch of its first chronograph, a complication that has played a starring role in the brand's collections ever since, most recently with a vintage feel. So what can we look forward to in 2020?
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Breitling, which renewed its partnership with Bentley in 2018, has just revealed a new watch in honour of the British carmaker and its latest grand tourer, the Continental GT Mulliner Convertible.
IWC Schaffhausen has unveiled a reworked version of the Portugieser Chronograph. If the design remains unchanged, inside the case IWC now uses a high quality in-house movement from the 69000-calibre family, which can be seen through the transparent back.
The Constellation Gents’ collection welcomes its fifth generation of styles.
Breitling is honoring this classic chronograph’s legacy with the AVI Ref. 765 1953 Re-Edition.
This new Navitimer B03 Chronograph Rattrapante 45 in red gold 18k is equipped with Breitling’s Manufacture Caliber B03, a unique split-second movement protected by two patents.
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.
Roberto Mancini, a Richard Mille partner since 2013 and manager of the Italian national football team, is honored by the watchmaker with this RM 11-04 Automatic Chronograph Flyback which features new style codes.
This new execution of Ferdinand Berthoud's first contemporary watch is a limited edition of just five pieces. Platinum and grey ceramic surround a translucent blue dial.