Author Archive

Zach Weiss / Page 2

Review / Review

Hands-On with the Nomos Metro Neomatik 39 Silvercut

By
Nomos is a brand that is known for marching to the beat of their own …
Article / Featured

Baselworld 2018 Teaser: Rado Releases Watches Inspired by Materials and Nature

By
Rado continues their pursuit of material mastery with the first preview of their 2018 offerings. Though just a tease of what’s to come at Basel …
Review / Review

Longines Avigation BigEye Chronograph Review

By
It was some day around the chaos of Baselworld 2017 that on Instagram, on some account we can’t quite recall, we spotted a Longines chronograph …
Article / News & Releases

Editorial: The Battle for Entry-Level Luxury Heats Up – Introducing the Baume and Mercier Clifton Baumatic 5-day Automatic

By
Well, the day has finally come—Baume and Mercier have released a watch that we have to cover. Sure, they have released various watches in the …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Oris Carl Brashear Chronograph Limited Edition

By
Two years ago, Oris released the Carl Brashear Dive watch. Their first and only bronze watch at the time, it was based on the 42mm …
Review / Review

Fortis Cosmonautis AM Ceramic Chronograph Review

By
The Fortis Cosmonautis Classic Chronographs were one of the highlights of Baselworld 2016. An update to as iconic a watch as the brand makes, the …
Review / Review

Straton Speciale Chronograph Review

By
It’s always fun to see a brand mature over time, finding a unique voice and direction as they go. Over the last two years we’ve …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Oris Aquis Clipperton Limited Edition

By
Oris has a proven track record of supporting efforts to conserve and restore the world’s oceans, efforts often commemorated through Limited Edition watches. In the …
Review / Review

Junghans Form A Review

By
I have to be honest, when I first saw the Junghans Form watches in a …