For the third installment of Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman — The King’s Man — Jaeger-LeCoultre have created a unique ultra thin watch inspired by their ultra thin pocket watches of the early 20th century. This must be the most unusual and interesting movie watch yet. Set in the early 20th century, Matthew Vaughn’s upcoming The King’s…Read More
The Longines Spirit is, quite simply, the pilot’s watch of 2020. It promises IWC-beating design and construction and at a much more approachable price. Let’s see just how Longines have created such a wonder. Longines has created a truly superb reputation for itself over the last few years. Now reaching a comparable level of quality…Read More
Ladies and gentlemen, the most classic, elegant and unequivocal demonstration of Swiss watchmaking in Geneva is back. Let’s take a look at the new Patek Philippe 5270J-001 in yellow gold. If any watch were the quintessential Patek Philippe, with the possible exception of the Calatrava ref. 96, it would be the string of perpetual calendar…Read More
The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms is an icon and with good cause. It was not only instrumental in the creation of the dive watch in 1953, but also introduced the world to the idea of a high horology dive watch. Let’s take a look at how the Fifty Fathoms has lost its way. Very few watches…Read More
Founded on the knowledge and passion of watch enthusiast Armand Conde-Sequeira-Rosen, formerly of the YouTube channel ‘Armand The Watch Guy’, Watch Chronicler is the watch blog for the UK and Europe.