Founded in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard, the eponymous Swiss maison still produces classically styled luxury watches.

BEST IN SHOW: The Top 10 Watches of 2013


As we look forward to the latest and greatest that Baselworld 2014 will offer us we started feeling a little emotional, a little nostalgic even. Before we get caught up in this years batch of ultra-thin, ultra-cool and generally game changing watches we wanted to pay our respects to the greatest watches of 2013. The King is dead! Long live the King! Omega Dark Side of the Moon Speedmaster This is the watch that had to happen. It’s the watch that Speedy fans have been clamouring for and expecting, for years. But when Omega finally dropped an all black moonwatch no one expected them to make the entire freaking thing out of Ceramic. Omega could have gone the easy route of giving a regular speedy a DLC (diamond like carbon) coating, and everyone would have been happy. But no, they decided to make it out of super light, super hard to machine ceramic. Not just the bezel either. The whole thing. Big kudos. And even bigger kudos for make it a regular production model, not a limited edition. Absolutely stunning watch. Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Frederique Constant have managed to achieve the virtually impossible: Carve out a solid space in… Read More