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See the latest Shows from WatchBox Studios featuring luxury watch education, entertainment, collector interviews and more. Featuring your favorite WatchBox personalities including Tim Mosso, Mike Manjos, George Mayer, CQ and many guest Collectors and watch industry luminaries.

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  • A. Lange & Söhne’s Evolution with Wilhelm Schmid and Grand Complications

    Alp Sever of Langepedia examines A. Lange & Söhne’s Grand Complications, as well as the special editions and movements notable of the world-renowned manufacturer.

    He also takes a closer look at the brand’s evolution under CEO Wilhelm Schmid, with releases like the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater.

  • Tim Mosso's Picks: Buy These Watches If You Dare

    What brands make the best men's watches? How about the best luxury watches for heavy metal? Tonight, Tim Mosso unites luxury watches with metal for a feast of hard rock and high horology. If you've ever wondered what Metallica, Judas Priest, Lemmy, or Mark Tornillo might wear on stage, this episo...

  • Top Watches I'm Buying in 2023: Collectible Luxury Watches

    Tim Mosso's watch collection doesn't grow often, but when it does, he adds watches that he loves - none other. But not every watch will be available forever, so tonight's show sorts the imminent investment watches from those watches that will remain affordable. Rolex, Patek Philippe, and Vacheron...

  • Rare Patek Philippe Collection Explored with Tim Mosso and Brian Govberg

    Tim Mosso and Brian Govberg get hands-on with a collection of exceptionally rare Patek Philippe timepieces—including the remarkable Ref. 2499 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph, Ref. 1463 Calatrava Chronograph, Ref. 3974 Grand Complication, and more—while discussing the significance, history, and unp...

  • Jack Forster on His Journey Through the Watch Industry

    WatchBox’s newly appointed Global Editorial Director Jack Forster joins George Mayer for a discussion on his longstanding career in the watch industry. He shares several pivotal moments, from seeing the Ulysse Nardin Freak for the first time to helping elevate the profile of Grand Seiko watches. ...

  • Geneva Watch Days 2022 New Watches Revealed With Prices And Reviews

    Geneva Watch Days 2022 brings a flood of new luxury watches to close out the 2022 model year and reveal the first 2023 luxury watches. Today, Tim Mosso focuses on all the new watches being unveiled in Geneva while providing opinion, analysis, and retail prices for new watch models. From Greubel F...

  • Vacheron Constantin Overseas: Is It Worth $38,000?

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    The Vacheron Constantin Overseas is a full-fledged rival to the Patek Philippe Nautilus and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Compared ...

  • The Zeitwerk

    Alp Sever of Langepedia takes a closer look at A. Lange & Söhne’s 2009 launch of the Zeitwerk, a watch that immediately turned heads in the industry for its technical ingenuity. He discusses the effects of the Zeitwerk on A. Lange & Söhne and successive models like the Striking Time and Phantom, ...

  • Rolex Watches Worth A Closer Look

    From a stone-dial Daytona to a diamond-set GMT-Master II, Tim Mosso and Mike Manjos get hands-on with some of their favorite Rolex watches from our inventory. Discover the fine details that make their selects stand out—impressively, only one is steel. Vintage Rolex watches, limited edition pieces...

  • WatchBox Welcomes Jack Forster as Global Editorial Director

    WatchBox is proud to welcome Jack Forster as our new Global Editorial Director. Tim Mosso recently sat down with Jack to discuss his philosophy on collecting and the value of curation in today’s watch market.

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  • Tim Mosso's Watch Collection in 2022: All The Watches I Own Listed And Reviewed

    The Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711 was the most coveted luxury watch of 2019, 2020, and 2021. But auction frenzies, aftermarket price markups, years-long waitlists at dealers, and negative mainstream media coverage took its toll. Realizing that its most famous watch model had become a monster, Pate...

  • Collector Rick Remiker Discusses His Patek Philippe Collection

    Hosts Tim Mosso and Brian Govberg sit down with collector Rick Remiker (@rick.on.watches on Instagram) to get hands on with some of his eclectic Patek Philippe collection. From his 5196P Calatrava to his rare black dial 5960, they discuss Rick’s penchant for complicated, under-the-radar pieces an...

  • Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean x Tudor Black Bay: Smaller Watches Are Big Fun

    The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean "Deep Black" is the best kept secret in the Omega luxury watch collection. Tonight, Tim discusses smaller watches from Omega, Tudor watch, Audemars Piguet, and Jaeger LeCoultre. Tonight's focal point is the sensational 39.5mm Omega Planet Ocean in black ceramic (r...

  • Denis Flageollet of De Bethune on Watchmaking and Innovation

    George Mayer and Tim Mosso sat down with watchmaking legend Denis Flageollet, who joined them from Switzerland, for a conversation about his watchmaking journey, his process for creating watches like the Maxichrono and Starry Varius, and all things De Bethune.

    Watch the full interview for all th...

  • (Grand) Seiko Watches: The Best And Worst Of Japan's Leading Watchmaker

    Grand Seiko launched in 1960 as an early attempt by Japanese watchmaking to answer the challenge of Swiss watch brands. Today, Grand Seiko is the best known Japanese luxury watch brand and distributes to all major markets. Alongside Switzerland's Rolex, Omega, and Breitling, Grand Seiko stands as...

  • A. Lange & Söhne’s Rise to Fame with Lange 1 Tourbillon, Double Split, and More

    A. Lange & Söhne’s pursuit of watchmaking dominance continued after their 1994 launch with the release of special editions and new watches such as the Lange 1 Tourbillon, Double Split, and 1815 Chronograph. In episode 4 of A Lange Story, Alp Sever of Langepedia discusses how these new releases to...

  • Swatch x Omega MoonSwatch, G-Shock DW5600, And Watches I'd Buy In 2022

    The Swatch x Omega "MoonSwatch" Speedmaster is the biggest affordable watch sensation since the Apple Watch first broke cover in early 2015. Perhaps more than any smartwatch debut, reaction to the "Bioceramic Collection" MoonSwatch mirrors the initial frenzy for the Swatch Sistem51 automatic wind...

  • 6 Big Mistakes Rolex Collectors Make with Tim Mosso and Mike Manjos

    Tim Mosso and Mike Manjos break down 6 of the biggest mistakes Rolex collectors make when searching for their next watch, from settling for a piece prematurely to making a purchase due to the fear of missing out. Get expert insight on what to avoid when buying Rolex watches for a smooth collectin...

  • Patek Philippe Calendar Watches with Tim Mosso and Brian Govberg

    From the Patek Philippe Perpetual to the Chronograph, the legendary brand pioneered the calendar complication, and to this day, makes some of the most impressive calendar watches around. Hosts Tim Mosso and Brian Govberg take us through the catalog of Patek Philippe calendar options starting with...

  • Watch Prices in 2022: Rolex, Patek Philippe, And Other Luxury Watches For Sale

    Luxury watch prices reached absurd highs in early 2022 as low interest rates from central banks, expansionary fiscal policy, and online shopping drove unprecedented competition for Rolex, Patek Philippe, and other watch brands. Core models such as the Rolex Daytona, Patek Philippe Nautilus, and V...

  • Dillon Bhatt Talks Rolex, De Bethune, Independents, and More

    Tim Mosso sits down with collector and entrepreneur Dillon Bhatt to discuss the evolution of his watch collecting. Bhatt describes his fascination with and loyalty to Tudor, his discovery of independent watchmakers such as Vianney Halter and Louis Erard, and his eventual foray into gem-set Rolex ...

  • Datograph, Cabaret, 1815, and the First Automatic Movement of A. Lange & Söhne

    A. Lange & Söhne's Datograph, Cabaret, 1815 collection, and more followed the launch of the Lange 1. In Episode 3 of A Lange Story, Alp Sever of Langepedia charts the brand's evolution, examining the Datograph, Cabaret, and 1815 collection, along with the Langematik, Sax-0-Mat movement, and overa...

  • Rolex vs Omega: Tim Reviews and Compares Their Best Watches

    Rolex versus Omega is the most exciting comparison in mainstream luxury watches. Rolex, the world's most famous luxury watch brand, presents an overwhelming challenge to nearly all rivals. However, Omega, the flagship of Swatch Group, is older and historically more dominant. Today, Tim Mosso comp...

  • Top Rolex Picks with Tim Mosso and Mike Manjos

    Mike Manjos and Tim Mosso get hands-on with the Sea-Dweller, Datejust Palm Dial, and more of the most interesting Rolex watches in the WatchBox inventory. They take a closer look at the distinct characteristics of pieces like the Rolex Daytona "Beach", Yacht-Master II, and Day-Date with ferrite d...