All Watch News
Top watch brands
Men's watch brands
Women's watch brands
Jewellery watch brands
Unique piece watches
Summer competition 2016
Ask Us Anything
— Montblanc wins the chronograph prize with the 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition 100.
The impact of Brexit on the Swiss watch industry
— It’s too early to tell what direction the UK will take regarding its future outside the EU or whether indeed that future will even be outside the EU or not. But whatever happens, there are already short-term consequences for the Swiss watch industry.
The future of time
— At this year’s Forum de la Haute Horlogerie, one of the speakers talked about a future whose implications for the watch industry make the quartz crisis and the rise of the smart watch seem like pin-pricks on a nanometer scale.
The watch, version 2.0
— Our avid watch collector offers some hints on what the watch, version 2.0, may offer.
Why not a watch that doesn’t exist… yet?
— In the first of two articles, our expatriate watch collector who just happens to live close to Silicon Valley offers his suggestions on what the Swiss watch industry needs to consider when developing its watches of the near future.
Inventors without borders
— In its quest for innovation, the watchmaking industry searches far and wide for inspiration.
An interview with a very young watch collector
— He claims he is the youngest watch collector on Instagram. WorldTempus met him at the Davidoff brothers’ vintage watch shop in the old town of Geneva.
The Slow revolution
An interview with Carl Honoré
— At the 2014 Forum de la Haute Horlogerie, Carl Honoré, author of books such as “In Praise of Slow” and “The Slow Fix”, spoke about slowing down. It is a concept where time, and in particular its measurement, is at the very heart of the matter.
WorldTempus © 2016
Site design by