In the September 2019 issue of Revolution (UK), we get back in touch with the All Blacks’ Beauden Barrett before he kicks off the Rugby World Cup and the Tudor Black Bay Chrono Dark in Japan.
This issue examines several watch styles currently in vogue, starting with the resurgence of interest in integrated bracelet wristwatches, such as the Chopard Alpine Eagle, Bell & Ross BR 05 and Oris Big Crown ProPilotX (all featured in this issue). Adrian Hailwood uncovers the origins of the style's first development in the '70s and why it gained in success and popularity. Ken Kessler then finds out how tonneau-shaped watches like the Longines Nonius and the Hamilton Khaki Pilot Pioneer Mechanical (both featured) have regained their popularity amongst collectors.
We ring in Jaeger Le-Coultre’s Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon Westminster Perpétuel, kick off IWC Schaffhausen’s round-the-world SIlver Spitfire flight, and Ross Povey finds himself at the British School of Watchmaking seeking the next generation of watchmakers. We reveal Montblanc's continuing pursuit of the outdoors and adventure with the 1858 collection as well as Hamilton's Khaki Pilot Pioneer Mechanical, a revival of the W10 military watch, and the Sinn x The Rake and Revolution Bundeswehr Edition “Dark Star”.
Revolution (UK) - Issue 23
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