Dive-oriented timepieces are more capable than ever
No smartphone will never match the charm of that classic explorer's tool, the travel watch.
Here are the best watches from the annual show in Basel, Switzerland.
To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of the luxury watch's demise are greatly exaggerated
You've got one of the few man-made objects that's been built the same way for the past 200 years and will keep running for the next 200—but only if you take care of it.
A fine wristwatch fits right into skiing's sporty yet elegant aesthetic.
Rolex has come to be seen by many as more of a luxury product than the sturdy tool it once was.
Good watches have one thing in common: good bands.
Timepieces that look good and play hard
These are watches you can pass down for generations.
At this year's Baselworld, I beheld the prototype made not from precious metal or even steel, but—gasp!—fiberglass.
Every notable maker of dive watches now pushes models capable of tolerating water pressure that no human will ever be able to tolerate without a submarine. What gives?
This isn’t the first time we’ve been told classic time pieces are facing extinction.
You don’t need to burn your PTO to go adventuring. With the right gear, two days should be plenty to find your stoke.
Everyday carry has become a bit cliché, but there’s still essential gear that gets you out the door in the morning, day after day.
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