QP MAGAZINE ~ DEVOTED TO FINE WATCHES
QP is the UK’s leading luxury watch magazine, available in print and through our iPad app. Launched in 2003, it is one of the most widely read watch publications in the world, reflecting the best and most creative in watchmaking.
In each issue we go in-depth with the finest watches from the world’s greatest houses, covering watch design, history, technology, collecting, auctions, and more.
We feature the most influential people in the watch world, the most significant stories and, of course, the most beautiful watches.
And the name? It’s from the abbreviation for Quantième Perpétuel, the French term for “perpetual calendar”. QP is all about the long view and the highest standards.
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IN THE CURRENT ISSUE:
- Issue 86 is QP’s Summer 2018 issue. It’s a bright and bold year for watches, with brands branching out from the traditional black, white and blue designs. And they don’t come much brighter and bolder than Hublot’s Big Bang Unico Red Magic, our cover watch. It’s the starting point for a discussion on how brands have introduced new colours and new technologies, changing the perceptions of what a luxury watch looks like.
Elsewhere in the issue, we have:
- A brief history of the Ulysse Nardin Freak, one of the 21st century’s most unbelievable watches
- A look behind the scenes at Richard Mille, as the maverick watchmaker partners up with McLaren. Obviously we thought it prudent to check out the cars as well
- Reviews of the latest watches from Baselworld, including the Tudor Black Bay GMT, Patek Philippe Aquanaut Chronograph, Omega Seamaster 300M and a very special Rolex Daytona
- How George Bamford went from persona non grata to man of the moment
- Earl of Snowden and Christie’s Chairman David Linley on his passion for Parmigiani
- Everything you always wanted to know about tourbillons but were afraid to ask
- Reports from the world’s watch auctions