How A Pulsation Scale Actually Works, And Five Pulsation Chronographs That Make Our Heart Skip A Beat
From Patek to Omega, five pulsation chronographs after our own hearts.
Originally published by Brandon Menancio and Anthony Traina on Hodinkee, February 13th 2023
It's really not that hard to use
Four Essential Zenith El Primero Chronographs
Over 50 years of history in four fantastic new chronographs.
Originally published by Logan Baker on HODINKEE, September 24th 2020
Zenith celebrated the 50th anniversary of its groundbreaking El Primero chronograph movement in 2019 with a series of watch releases that paid
In-Depth: How Heuer, Breitling, And Hamilton Brought The Automatic Chronograph To The World 50 Years Ago
A look back at watches that changed everything, on the occasion of their shared 50th birthday.
Originally published by Jeff Stein on HODINKEE, March 6th, 2019
It’s a well-known story, at least
In-Depth: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About The A. Lange & Söhne Double Split And Triple Split* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)
How many splits does it take to get to the center of an A. Lange & Söhne rattrapante chronograph?
Originally published by LOGAN BAKER
Best Budget Chronographs
As far as watch complications go, the chronograph is one of the most useful and most stylish. It’s why you’ll see a chronograph function on all types of watches, from racing and sport styles to less-obvious divers. Whether you use a chronograph function
The History of the Chronograph
Ask three different watch collectors who produced the world’s first automatic chronograph, and you’ll receive three different answers. Some will insist it was Zenith, who announced their El Primero movement in January of 1969. This marked the first automatic chronograph announced
How does a chronograph work? For most experienced watch enthusiasts, the answer to this question is second nature. However, for watch enthusiasts who are new to the world of watches, they may not be aware of the purpose of a chronograph or how to use
When discussing watches, it is important to know what you are talking about. Many times, you are discussing watches and using all of these big words, but have no idea what they mean! Two words that seem to get people tripped up are “chronograph” and