For almost 30 years, Nomos has been teaching a master class on translating functionality into wrist bound art. Captivating design, interesting movements and value-driven pricing has made Nomos a darling of watch enthusiasts the world over but let’s address their one glaring flaw: how do you pick just one? All joking aside, I believe many […]

If you Google Bauhaus watches, you will come across endless examples of homage watches, all copying Junghans and their max bill collection. Born in 1908 in Winterthur, Switzerland, Max Bill was one of the greatest designers of the XXth century. Initially a silversmith apprentice, he went on to study at the Bauhaus in Dessau, where […]

This year Sinn came to Baselworld with an impressive lineup of novelties, and for the fans of the German brand, we got good news. Over the weekend, Sinn presented a new lot of watches with their most recent models: 6200 WG Meisterbund I One of the highlights of Sinn’s Baselworld lineup was the rose gold […]

This year, the big news from the German high-end watchmaker Glashütte Original at Baselworld was the introduction of brand new in-house base movement, the automatic Calibre 36. The first watch to be powered by the new movement is the three-hands Senator Excellence, an elegant minimalist piece following the design patterns of the Senator Collection: slim […]