In the second of our two-part series, we visit the spiritual home of the brand to get a sense of the legacy that this watch brand leaves behind. For one, few other companies can speak of leaving behind a colony of unemployed workers so large, it might overshadow an African war zone.March 09, 2017
What happens when a brand dies? HMT Watches, India’s government owned watch company sold more than a 100 million watches before it shut its factories in 2016. It was once a symbol of a rapidly industrializing India, but what is the legacy it leaves behind today?March 09, 2017
One of the oldest railway networks in the region, the Syrian Railway was nationalized in 1956 and their staff were given Longines chronometers to help them stay on time. We take a closer look at an unsual relic of a bygone eraFebruary 21, 2017
The famed 'Samurai' returns as a sturdy Prospex diver’s watch and is now available in the region.
It’s been a great year for chronographs, but these examples are all style and substance.
Arguably the greatest watchmaker alive today, Dufour is known for his uncompromising approach to watchmaking. It’s the reason why collectors are willing to wait years on a waiting list to acquire a Dufour timepiece.
With its stainless steel case and ceramic bezel, it's easy to understand why the new chronograph from the Geneva giant is such a sought after timepiece.
Seiko's divers watches have a cult following and a direct result of this is the emergence of strange nicknames. So if you've constantly wondered about the Tuna or Sumo, here's a quick guide.