When it rains it drips. And in April 2020, at a time when we need it most – our kingdom for some new watches to write about! – it drips technicolour divers, classic chronos and two absolute blue beauties. Seriously. Like blue dialled watches? Prepare yourself. In a case of simply weird timing, just a couple of days after the news that Rolex, Patek Philippe, Chanel, Tudor and Chopard have all permanently ditched Baselworld, we have witnessed a brace of new 2020 novelties. We've picked the great from the good, the rainbows from the duller skies and the blue in the beautiful for this Time+Tide edit..No matter what you think of them, you can't deny, it's good to see this cloudburst of creativity in dark times. IWC Portugieser Chronograph Truly an icon of the IWC stable, the Portugieser Chronograph may well be one of the cleanest-looking chronos that money can buy. But there's always been a gripe with the regular 'Gieser chrono … it's relied on movements made by third-party outfits like Valjoux and Sellita. Now, that's not necessarily a bad thing; however, when you're spending five figures on a watch that bears the Schaffhausen firm's name on the dial,…

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