Limited Edition With Tourbillon Caliber

After nearly two decades of partnership, Bentley Motors and watchmaker Breitling are celebrating the launch of the Premier B21 Chronograph Tourbillon 42 Bentley Limited Edition, produced in an exclusive series of just 25 pieces. A reinterpretation of the original Breitling Premier wristwatches of the 1940s, today’s limited edition does not fall short of its reputation,…

Introducing: The Christopher Ward C1 Worldglow

Whilst Christopher Ward may be better known for their no-nonsense, high-quality sports watches, they are also doing some pretty eye-catching stuff in the category of dress watches! Whilst all of their dress offerings, some of which you will see below, are gorgeous, none of them are as jaw-dropping as their latest release… Building on the…

CIGA Designs – A Low-Cost Brand Offering Unique And Thoughtful Designs

One thing I particularly enjoy writing about at The Young Horologist is new up-and-coming watch brands. Not only to aid in exposing new brands who, in turn, are helping to drive and continue the evolution in watch design. But, also because it is interesting to write and review something truly new, opposed to the 50th…

The Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro 600

Dive watches are probably the most popular style of watches of all time. Their versatility, ruggedness and, in some cases, elegance has meant that they can not only be the only watch you may ever need but a watch that can serve you for suits as well as jeans and a t-shirt. Whilst brands like…

Five Decades, Five Affordable Vintage Chronographs

After the success of our two first guest editorials, one from Harry Elliot and the other from Christy Durell, we are back with another! One of our longer-standing friends in the hobby is Danny Matatov of Danny’s Vintage Watches in New York. He is a young watch dealer and enthusiast who is now venturing into…

Deartha In Éirinn: The Stunning Sólás Starlight…

With microbrands cropping up left, right, and center nowadays, it is very difficult for a new kid on the block to do something to make themselves stand out. Whilst releasing anything other than a derivate dive-watch usually does the trick, the Irish team behind Sólás Watches decided to do something slightly different. What they have…

One To Watch: Théo Auffret And His Tourbillon À Paris

Whilst we are all aware that Switzerland is the heart of the world’s watchmaking scene, there have been many other companies that are putting the name of their respective countries on the map. If we think of Japan, Seiko and Grand Seiko springs to mind. If we shine the spotlight on Germany, A Lange &…

Vertex And The M100 Bronze 75: A Great Piece From A Truly Inspired Brand With A Clear Narrative

As we have said many times before, one of the best aspects of running this blog is getting to spend time with and test drive pieces from new, up-and-coming brands. Then we also get to spend time with pieces from serious brands that may be off the beaten track, down the dirt track road of…

Scottish Watches x Swatch Commemorative Watch!

This hobby is not just about these little time-telling devices that we all obsess over, it is also about the community and the lasting friendships that we make within the said hobby. One of our good friends, the chaps at Scottish Watches; who we actually had on the podcast when we still did them, are…

Omega Moonwatch Now Master Chronometer Certified

We’re only at the beginning of the year, yet OMEGA already made one of the biggest watchmaking announcements of 2021. This year, the Speedmaster Moonwatch collection will be updated with its next generation of models. For fans everywhere, it’s a chance to see the latest edition of a much-loved timepiece – including unique touches in…

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