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- Victorinox Infantry Mechanical Watch Review Posted by: James Stacey Posted on: October 12, 2013
The Victorinox Infantry Mechanical watch was a new model for 2012 and offers a relaxed and casual wrist presence that should suit a wide range of dress and tastes.
- Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Watch Review Posted by: Kenny Yeo Posted on: October 11, 2013
We review one of the most eagerly anticipated and popular Panerai watches in recent times, the Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days. Resembling the vintage ref 6512, but featuring a brand new in-house movement, we attempt to find out why this watch is so highly sought after.
- Giuliano Mazzuoli Trasmissione Meccanica Watch Review Posted by: Ariel Adams Posted on: October 7, 2013
Finally, a watch with all the excitement of an automatic transmission. It was sometime ago that I first learned about this interesting new mechanically-minded watch collection from Italian designer Giuliano Mazzuoli. Called the Trasmissione Meccanica, I was able to enjoy a nice long time with the watch which takes inspiration from a less common part of the automobile - the transmission.
- Oris Divers Titan "C" Small Second, Date Titanium Ceramic Watch Review Posted by: William S. Lerner Posted on: October 4, 2013
My most recent new watch was an Oris Aquis Titan Small Second Ceramic. Before discussing the watch itself I'd like to discuss how I came upon it. Watch enthusiasts really need a 12 step program. We are hardwired to always think about watches, our best bet is to channel our addiction to timepieces properly. Watches are where my brain wanders to during supposed "down time."
- Magrette Moana Pacific Professional Watch Review Posted by: Patrick Kansa Posted on: October 4, 2013
Today, we'll be looking at another great entry into what I'm calling the Office Diver category (more on that in a minute) from our friends over at Magrette. We first brought you word of the watch late last year (here), and today we've got the hands-on review. Curious? Read on!
- MB&F Legacy Machine No. 2 Watch Review: aBlogtoWatch Playmate Of The Year Posted by: Ariel Adams Posted on: September 30, 2013
Are you ready for three pages of solid watch porn? MB&F's newest Legacy Machine (LM2) lends itself nicely to our (virtual) pages of the most hardcore wrist watch fetishism. Look at those beautiful curves and solid lines. This is all natural horological love, and we are about to get it on... Let's get deep inside the Legacy Machine N. 2 to see what makes it tick - aBlogtoWatch style. There are a lot of images in this post, as well as more in the gallery at the end - we recommend you check them all out.
- Breitling SuperOcean Heritage Chrono 46 Watch Review Posted by: Mark Bornais Posted on: September 27, 2013
A look at the Breitling SuperOcean Heritage Chrono after six months of ownership. Does it still have its original charm?
- Arnold & Son DBG Watch Review Posted by: Ariel Adams Posted on: September 23, 2013
Perhaps you've noticed that over that last few years Arnold & Son has seriously become one of the top classic, yet avant garde watch brands to keep a close eye on. This demographic consists of brands such as Breguet, F.P. Journe, Jaeger-LeCoultre, and others. While each of these brands is distinct, the offer products which share a common theme...
- Omega Speedmaster '57 Co-Axial Chronograph Watch Review Posted by: Patrick Kansa Posted on: September 20, 2013
When it comes to the Speedmaster line from Omega, many immediately associate the line with the very famous Moonwatch, and rightfully so. But what happens when Omega goes back to a time before the Moonwatch to inspire a new entry in the Speedmaster family? Today's review of the Omega Speedmaster '57 Co-axial Chronograph answers that very question.
- Alexander Shorokhoff Avantgarde Lefthanders' Automatic Chronograph Watch Review Posted by: Ariel Adams Posted on: September 16, 2013
Several years ago while strolling around at the Baselworld watch trade show in Switzerland, I stumbled upon the booth of a brand that was new to me named Alexander Shorokhoff. It turned out that while I wasn't familiar with the brand, Alexander Shorokhoff as a name has been around since the early 1990s. The watches really spoke to me in terms of quality and design...
- MeisterSinger Perigraph Date Watch Review Posted by: maximilien Posted on: September 13, 2013
MeisterSinger is a German brand who intends to bring back such simpler times to the present. Their lines of timepieces includes a series of flagship watch models with a single hand.
- Guess Gc Sport Class XXL Watch Review Posted by: Ariel Adams Posted on: September 9, 2013
"Gc" stands for "Guess Collection" but they aren't the only timepieces with the Guess brand name on them. We look at a men's Gc watch with the Sport Class XXL, with this two-tone version being the ref. G53003G2 in the US (internationally it is know as the ref. X53003G2S)...
- Citizen Blue Angels World Chronograph A-T Review Posted by: Paul Hubbard Posted on: September 6, 2013
This is the Blue Angels World Time Chronograph, reference AT8020-03L. Eco-Drive (solar power), sapphire crystal, radio-set, 60-minute chronograph, perpetual calendar, day/date, power reserve plus quick-change support for 26 time zones...
- CX Swiss Military Typhoon Watch Review Posted by: Ariel Adams Posted on: September 2, 2013
CX Swiss Military watches are produced by Charmex in Switzerland. We've long since been a fan of their sometimes quirky, and sometimes very cool military style sport watches. Today we are going to review a yachting timer, the Typhoon.
- Longines Saint-Imier Chronograph Watch Review Posted by: James Lamdin Posted on: August 30, 2013
Hands-on aBlogtoWatch review of the Longines Saint-Imier Chronograph watch