The iconic Heuer Monza was introduced by the Swiss luxury watchmaker in 1976 to commemorate Formula 1 driver Niki Lauda’s 1975 maiden World Championship win. The Austrian sealed his victory at the Autodromo Nazionale in Monza, the home of the Italian Grand Prix, and the original Monza was presented in a Carrera case that had […]

Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling introduced their vintage-inspired Chronoliner collection last year, and they have now taken the opportunity to add an all-black watch to the range, aptly titled the Breitling Chronoliner Blacksteel. While it is not the brand’s only collection to draw inspiration from vintage timepieces from the past, with the Transocean range also displaying […]

Swiss watchmaker Omega has produced numerous iconic watches since the brand was founded in 1903. This includes what could arguably be declared as the world’s most recognisable chronograph, a timepiece that is affectionately referred to as the Omega Moonwatch around the world. In this week’s BQW Blog, we will be showcasing 3 of the brand’s […]

Luxury watch bracelets are often considered to be an afterthought for consumers, with more discernible features such as the case, the dial, and the bezel taking precedence. However, a bracelet has a very important part to play on how a watch can be perceived by those in the industry, as it is imperative that they […]

At this year’s edition of Baselworld, the world’s premier luxury watch event, there was a noticeable trend of vintage-look, retro-styled timepieces that had been inspired by historical models. In this week’s BQW Blog, we will highlight our favourite three of these watches. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King Esteemed Swiss watchmaker Rolex brought back their iconic Air-King […]