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The Autavia Isograph may take inspiration from the 60s model but is most definitely it's own watch.
We get our hands on this skeletonised, exemplary piece of watchmaking.
We find out if the diminutive diver hits the mark.
Forget their famous three bridges or feminine cat's eye; Girard-Perregaux's latest, darker take on the sporty Laureato is all about Absolute masculine cool.
We get hands on with the third version of this British diver to see if they have managed to improve the formula.
A cutting-edge carbon hairspring is the icing on this horological cake.
The Cobb Chronograph's asymmetrical dial is brought to life through its distinctive colour palette.
Arnold & Son's Time Pyramid is back with a new skeletonized flying tourbillon movement.