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 and the culture surrounding the world of watches. In our Vintage section we focus specifically on collecting, auctions, and in-depth tales from yesteryear.
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.
QP is published four times per year
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IN THE CURRENT ISSUE:
- Issue 88 is QP’s Winter 2018 issue, and introduces a brand new creative vision for the magazine. With four special covers to collect, it still showcases the absolute best the watchmaking world has to offer – from Grand Seiko to Roger Smith, via two of Switzerland’s biggest names in Patek Philippe and Jaeger-LeCoultre – but now does so in a style that matches the quality and finesse of our subject matter.
In the issue, we have:
- Two important trips: one to Japan to find out how Grand Seiko is poised for its next big leap, and one to the Isle of Man to see Roger Smith’s new workshop
- An in-depth essay marking the centenary of Bauhaus design and its influence on watches
- Why 1969 was the year that changed watchmaking forever
- Reviews of the latest watches, including the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Duoface Tourbillon, Habring2 Chrono Felix, the Patek Philippe Nautilus perpetual calendar, Breitling Premier and more
- What the future holds for Frederique Constant
- Menswear designer Oliver Spencer on the Speedmaster that never leaves his wrist
- A brand new Vintage section, featuring dedicated reports from the auction houses, a collector’s guide to the Breitling Navitimer, and a sensational tale of a watch that took over 120 years to finish.