The Racing Watch

by Time&Style Staff


Precision timing is essential to all racing events and the mechanical stopwatch was long the standard tool for measurement. So important was the advent of the chronograph that almost as soon as the wristwatch was put into production, watchmakers sought to integrate these complications into them. more…

Tissot – Sailing Touch

by Time&Style Staff

The Sailing Touch is like having the weather network on your wrist. Its integrated histogram measuring the past six hours makes checking the weather conditions and surrounding air pressure smooth sailing. Other impressive features of the Sailing Touch include the ability to measure speed over a given distance, a compass, two alarms, two time zones, a perpetual calendar and back-lighting. Its untouchable.

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Tissot – T-Sport

by Time&Style Staff

Tissot’s T-Sport is reminiscent of the Swiss watchmaker’s classic design as well as pristine quality and functionality. The watch features a blue/arabic dial, sapphire crystal glass and stainless steel case and bracelet. Sleek and versatile, the T-Sport is well-suited for any occasion.

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The Essential Watch Wardrobe

by Carol Besler

Photography by: Robert Watson

You already know about Charvet shirts, you’ve gone to the trouble of finding the right shoes to go with a tux, and you know better than to wear a ski jacket with a suit or to tuck a man bag under your arm. But unless you have three different watches—or more specifically, at least one watch from each of three different categories—you cannot be said to have yet mastered the art of the wardrobe. Allow us to make a few suggestions to set you on the path to full sartorial enlightenment, or at least get you to dinner on time.