Swiss Watches

Take A Look At The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Chronograph Mens Watch

The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Watch became the first mechanical watch to measure depth without any moving parts. But the new version of this timepiece is even better, coming in a stainless steel case, measuring 48 mm and being packed with a lot of interesting features.

A Elegant Timepiece Of A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Pour le Mérite Watch

Here at Monochrome we always start the week with our Weekly Watch Photo. This week we’ll show you some magnificent photos of the Swiss A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Pour le Mérite Watch. The photos are made by Edwin, who moderates the A. Lange & Söhne forum at

TAG Heuer Mikrograph, A 1/100th Of A Second Chronograph Watch

This is the TAG Heuer Automatic Mikrograph Convertible Chronograph Watch. It is capable of measuring up to 1/100th of a second while keeping COSC accuracy. Its self-winding caliber was first seen in 2011 at Only Swiss Designer Watches Online and it features two independent escapements to make it happen. To see a Mikrograph in use is just awesome – the chrono hand flies around the dial so quickly as to become almost invisible.

A Luxurious Version Of Baume & Mercier Clifton Perpetual Calendar Watch

In a bold move, Baume & Mercier unveils the highly complicated Clifton Perpetual Calendar. As is the brand’s style, each year it unveils a very special Swiss made complication in the Clifton collection. Last year we witnessed the unveiling of the stunning five-minute repeater pocket Swiss Designer Watches Online, and the year before that, a tourbillon. Now, the 186-year-old brand turns its attention to astronomy and to one of the most useful functions for today’s busy lifestyles: the perpetual calendar.