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.
QP is published four times per year
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IN THE CURRENT ISSUE:
- Issue 83 is QP’s Autumn 2017 issue. In this issue we delve into the world of modernity, looking at the timepieces and materials that are leading the way in contemporary watchmaking. From Bulgari to Zenith this will give you a meticulous insight into the future of the watch world.
Elsewhere in the issue, you will find:
- We look at the path that lead Bulgari to create the simply brilliant Octo Finissimo, the world’s thinnest automatic watch.
- Find out about Peter Speake Marin’s latest project – plus why Bamford ditched Rolex.
- Blancpain’s Fifty Fathoms Milspec heads up our reviews this issue, accompanied by new pieces from IWC, Breitling and Louis Vuitton.
- A George Daniels pocket watch, plus other eye-catching lots from the most recent sales
- The Head Cutter at tailor Gieves & Hawkes on why he’s taken with vintage Tudor
- Exclusive interview with LVMH’s scientific genius Guy Semon who has created the world’s most accurate watch from Zenith.
- Some of the most prominent figures in the watch industry give their view on modernity and how to achieve it.
- We look at why skeletonised watches came to be and what they have evolved to.
We also have:
- Jean-Marc Wiederrecht of Agenhor has reinvented the chronograph, we look at the watches using it.
- The second installment of our QP Vintage Panel, in which we assemble a team of experts from the world of vintage watches and discuss some of the most pressing questions in the industry today.
- Interview with Ressence founder Benoit Mintiens who tells us why he got into watches, what he aims to do and why the hands had to go.