Cartier’s Crash Skeleton Wristwatch

An unusual mechanical movement breathes new life to an horological icon

Since its introduction in 1967 Cartier’s Crash wristwatch has stood out as a model of iconic design. With a surreal asymmetrical design that challenges the uniformity of so many watches the nearly 50-year-old style Crash continues to evolve. At this year’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) a new iteration was showcased that brought our attention back to the Crash. The Cartier Crash Skeleton …

Filson’s Watch Line Now Available

Timepieces that beg to be used outdoors, assembled by hand at Detroit's Shinola factory

Almost a year ago we got a first look at Filson‘s ambitious, in-development watch collection. Today, they’re not only finalized, but available for pre-sale. Unsurprisingly, the finished products bear many attributes that we’ve come to love about the brand. Every watch is assembled by hand at sister company Shinola‘s Detroit factory—and with that comes Shinola’s lifetime guarantee. But the core of each piece happens to …

Clerc’s Limited Edition Hydroscaph H140 Watch

A woven carbon fiber chronograph fit for deep-water diving

For a 140-year-old brand in the ever-crowding market of haute horlogerie, material innovation that directly impacts functionality stands as the key to continued success. That’s exactly what luxury Swiss watchmaker Clerc accomplishes with their recent Hydroscaph H140 Carbon L. E. Chronograph. Made in an edition of only 140 pieces, the 44.6 mm diver boasts a woven CCFC carbon case (more frequently used in Formula 1 …