Since its debut in 1983 the classic Swatch watch has been a much loved icon – available in countless colours and variations.

INTRODUCING: BAPE x Swatch 2020, a Big Bold 47mm statement watch

Streetwear fans rejoice, Swatch and BAPE (A Bathing Ape for those not in the know) are back with another big and bold collection. As far as #details go, this watch comes fully loaded. Taking up where last year's collaboration left off, this new collection is a colourful collision of styles. BAPE brings the disruptive and unconventional flair, and Swatch meets it with their years of innovation and traditional Swiss know-how. The result is the 47mm Big Bold Watch, which is…

How the Swatch Casino Royale changed my collecting forever

When I had my great-grandfather's 1958 Omega Seamaster restored, I was convinced that I'd never wear, or need another watch again. It looked great, performed fantastically, and I had a personal connection to it that just didn't exist for anything else. But as my interest in watches and time spent researching them grew, it was inevitable I'd realise I wasn't a one-watch guy.  Rather irresponsibly, I settled on another Seamaster for my next watch. Specifically, a 2008 Planet Ocean  (PO)…

INTRODUCING: The Swatch Sistem51 receives an elegance upgrade with the Petite Seconde

The Swatch Sistem51 collection centres its value proposition around two things the rest of the Swiss watch industry finds very much at odds — technical innovation and affordability. With the new Swatch Sistem51 Petite Seconde, we get both of those things in a classically dressed-up package, with the centre seconds of previous models moved to a sub-dial at six. After gaining global recognition as the Swiss answer to the quartz era, Swatch were limited by their own success for a period,…

What are these Swatch X 007 watches I'm seeing and can I still buy them?

Swatch just dropped their latest James Bond collaboration – the Swatch X 007 Tribute Collection – and the big question on everyone's lips is … can you still buy these exclusive models? And the answer is: sort of. A quick peruse of Swatch Australia's ecommerce page shows that some models are still available, while others have already been snapped up by keen enthusiasts of everybody's favourite secret agent. So we thought we'd walk you through each of the limited edition…

In the Haus with the new Bau Swatch Collection

To celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Bauhaus design movement, Swatch have released the Bau Swatch Collection of 25 new watches inspired by the pre-WWII German school of design. The Bauhaus design philosophy has had significant impact on a number of watch designs over the years, including from Patek Philippe, Nomos and Stowa. Now Swatch have joined the fray, with an appropriately designed collection that celebrates the different elements of the design school's ideas. If you're interested in browsing the…

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