If your Rolex watch is no longer keeping accurate time, or more specifically, if it's losing or gaining time consistently over time, it might be time for a service. However, there are a few things you can do to improve accuracy before shipping your watch
It will forever remain a mystery as to what watch Sir Edmund Hillary wore on his wrist when he reached the top of Mount Everest on the 29th of May, 1953. Most people claim he wore a Rolex—the forerunner to what would eventually become the
Tinkering is a part of Bremont's heritage.
It's funny to talk about heritage for a luxury watch brand started in 2007, but when compared to Swiss match manufactures who have hundred-year histories, Bremont is still in its untested infancy. But, for a brand that's only been
Crown & Caliber’s Watchtoberfest celebration of the best, most storied German timepieces continues with a look at what is considered the gateway to high-end German watches—NOMOS Glashütte, more commonly referred to as NOMOS.
Just like the majority of German-made luxury watches, NOMOS is based in the
Crown & Caliber’s Watchtoberfest celebration of the best, most storied German timepieces continues with a look at one of the country’s lesser-known, eclectic brands, Sinn Spezialurhen, commonly referred to as “Sinn.”
Fine timepiece makers have an ambivalent relationship with the latest generation of electronic watches. Many
Crown & Caliber’s Watchtoberfest celebration of the best, most storied German timepieces continues with a look at one of the country’s most popular and best-known brands.
Over the course of more than 170 years, Glashütte Original developed a reputation for accurate timepieces — Norwegian explorer Roald
What better way to celebrate Watchtoberfest — our horological twist on the German drinking holiday — than by taking a weeklong look at some of the most noteworthy German timepieces? It’s not often considered at the top of countries that make fine timepieces, but Germany
In the world of luxury watchmaking, Swiss timepieces may be the most famous, yet there’s also a flourishing horology scene in Germany. With esteemed watch brands such as A. Lange & Söhne, Glashütte Original, Sinn, and NOMOS leading the way, Germany is a watchmaking cradle