The Longines Legend Diver has been a staple of the vintage dive watch world since 2007 when it was first released. However, is it still just as good after 13 years? The Longines Legend Diver is 13 years old but still remains one of Longines’ most popular models. Since its introduction in 2007, it has…Read More
Ever watch has a story. Whether it’s a dress watch worn for your wedding or a dive watch which accompanied you to the depths of the ocean, watches join us in the best moments of life. Today, I would like to recount my Omega Seamaster 300M story of skiing, powerboats and James Bond novels. My…Read More
Microbrand watches have grown immensely in the watch world with new brands seemingly popping up every month. These range from affordable homages to the Rolex Submariner to stunning but rare plays on dive watch design. Today, I would like to discuss what microbrands are and the pros and cons of buying from them. When you…Read More
Cartier unveiled the Cartier Santos-Dumont XL last week, a mechanical version of their much-beloved ‘classic’ Santos collection. With a Piaget movement, wonderful proportions and stunning looks, is this the Santos we have all been waiting for? Let’s face it: amongst Cartier owners, most couldn’t give a toss whether their watch included a quartz or a…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.