WatchPro editor James Buttery: The 39mm case size of this beautifully sleek TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 18 chronograph is enough to make anyone question why the trend for 'oversized' watches ever happened in the first place. A chrono is perhaps the ultimate everday tool watch and this homage to a Jack Heuer design from the 1960s shows that tool watches needn't be bruisers.
WatchPro commercial manager Daniel Malins: You only have to look at this watch to fall in love with it. I'm a fan of black watches anyway, so this stunning offering from Burberry ticks all my boxes. I could talk about the watch's technical accomplishments all day, but, for me, a watch is an item of jewellery first and foremost, and therefore should look beautiful. This watch looks like something I would want on my wrist every day.
WatchPro editor James Buttery: The original Metro won Nomos huge global attention but I was never convinced by that curious, fiddly, off-centre power reserve and the dimensions were too slight for my wrist. The Nomos Metro Datum 38 Urban Black answers each of my sticking points with its incredibly balanced design. The go-to phrase of Baselworld 2015 was 'a lot of watch for the money', none demonstrated this approach as ably as Nomos.
WatchPro commercial manager Daniel Malins: It seemed that every watch brand was releasing a smartwatch at this year's Baselworld, but the brand that really converted me was Frederique Constant - with the Swiss Horological Smartwatch. It combined a classic, gorgeous Frederique Constant look with a genuinely impressive app and Bluetooth connectivity. Put simply, the watch really was smart, and yet you wouldn't know it from looking at its traditional design. A marriage made in watch heaven.
WatchPro editor James Buttery: You may be noticing a pattern forming at this point. Rolex introduced a new 39mm case size to its entry-level Oyster Perpetual collection with a series of dial and indices colour options. The most handsome was this slate dial and blue indices combination.
ITP Promedia commercial manager Andrew Martyniuk: I was genuinely surprised by my own choice of a women's watch and a complicated, jewelled timepiece at that, but Faberge's playful new Peacock complication won me over. The newly developed movement displays the hour by means of a rotating disc at the perimeter of the dial and the minutes along a retrograde scale, along which a peacock's tail fans out before snapping closed.