It finally happened, Bell & Ross is giving everyone’s favorite square watch a metal bracelet. Actually, let me clarify. They are testing it out on the BR03 watch models. Seen here is one of the first of these types… maybe the first ever in a retail store. It is the BR03-92 watch with the new […]
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This is one of the few times I have seen a watch at auction and thought to myself “damn, I need to be there for that.” This is the very ultra cool Seiko Spring Drive Spacewalk watch. There are only six of these watches in the world, and Seiko made them to celebrate Richard Garriot’s […]
I really do like this watch even if it does have a bit of the Swatch Group stench from it. Let me clarify, the Swatch Group does not stink… but corporate culture when it comes to watch making does. “Make sure this watch doesn’t compete with this watch!” “We must consider brand value!” Union Glashutte […]
This is not a technical article or about any new watch release. Instead, this is about a look – a good look, but a look that you don’t need to be a watch lover to understand or appreciate. It isn’t just a look, it is part of watch fashion psychology, and something that draws people […]
I think a revolution in watch making is finally due. The being the official legitimate entrance of the quality Chinese watch maker. “But the Chinese have been making watches, and watch parts for years” you say. Yes, but how many Chinese watch brands do you know of? Just a scant few. Sea-Gull is one of […]
My opinion is that it takes years of learning about watches to really appreciate the little details that Perrelet puts into its watches…
Here is one of those interesting watches that you’ll dare not see being sold in America – at least most likely not. Which prompts me to remark once again, that there are many a splendid brand of timepiece that are simply not marketed or sold here in the States. So this is a watch by […]
It isn’t still a new release, but it is still darn good. The Shabaka watch by Jean Dunand is a special style of watch that takes a bit from the world of art deco (look up artist Jean Dunand and you’ll understand), and what feels like British mod artists in the early 1980s would have […]
The following thoughtful review and images are contributed by fellow watch lover and writer Paul Hubbard. Thanks for the nice review Paul! Introduction A few months ago, my colleague James Stacey on WatchReport reviewed a new dive watch by a Canadian company, the Halios Holotype. I read the review and was intrigued, but then again […]
I was asked to write an article making an “argument for Rolex watches.” This was to be in response to an article which was an “argument against Rolex watches.” Now, understand I didn’t know what the argument against Rolex watches was going to be, so I simply needed to make a broad and effective argument […]
Last year at Baselworld Universal Geneve presented its Cabriolet watch with the new UG 101 movement. Important to the movement was its use of a micro rotor used to automatically wind the movement (Universal Geneve calls it the “Microtor”). Micro rotors are nothing new, but have traditionally stayed far away from “reasonably priced” watches. I […]
It is no surprise to any of you that I am a big fan of LUM-TEC watches. A company here in the US with designs and models that just keep getting better. Really dedicated to constant refinement of their line, and continually offering a slew of limited edition models that have a special ability to […]
I would really love one of these watches – another in my “cannot afford, not even close” collection of watch desires. I can still appreciate them from afar right? The first Hautlence watches were in cases that looked like TV screens, and finally we see them in a round cased watch. You can see from […]
I feel lucky being so deep in the watch world that I get to experience watches that most people don’t even know exist…
Sometimes you just need to spruce up a classic, and you have a winner. A Citizen Promaster was actually my first analog watch. It was uniquely designed and out of all my watches, got me the highest number of compliments with its bright red dial colors. These new Sportissimo Promaster watches from Citizen remind me […]
Angular Momentum is about to release a sensational dive watch the likes of which I’ve never seen before. Most of Angular Momentum’s design are polarizing, so I don’t expect each of your to like this watch, but enough of you will appreciate the interesting concepts that went into it. Like the Pita Barcelona Oceana watch, […]
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