Today, we’re very excited to unveil our newest American-made watch strap, the Model 2! Our third American-made strap, the Model 2 was designed to be a simple, stylish go-to strap for all seasons. It’s a 2-piece design made out of unlined Horween leather, cut with a slight taper [...]
It’s not often you find aftermarket watch straps in a major big-box retailer. But that’s exactly what Jeff Braswell achieved when he struck a deal with Best Buy to have six varieties of his Clockwork Synergy Straps right next to the Pebble Watches display at the electronics giant’s locations in November of 2013.[...]
piece of history being made and every watch a piece of history.
There’s not much middle ground with Bremont. It’s either ‘Bremont? I’ve got three already!’ or ‘Bremont? I’d rather wear a Casio.” This is a good thing. When a watchmaker polarises opinion, it generally means they’re doing something new, interesting and different [...]
After recent news, Christopher Ward is more likely to be known for their affordable in-house SH21 movement than anything else, but if you look our archives, you’ll find most of our reviews are of their pilot’s watches. We’ve looked at the C8 MKII, the C10, the C11 and the C1000 Typhoon, all of which offer something different[...]
Tourbillons don’t grace the pages of worn&wound often as they are typically found in watches that cost tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s not a matter of not wanting to discuss them, it’s a matter of not having the chance. Yes, there are some “affordable” ones on the market [...]
Who on earth ‘needs’ a watch with an altimeter? ‘Wants’ is a different matter.
So there you are at 15,000ft, about to tip your Mk XVI Spit into a dive. You thumb the Merlin up to full boost then, casually – because you’re that sort of chap – you glance down to check your aircraft altimeter against your watch’s [...]
When last we looked at Melbourne Watch Co., I was pleasantly impressed by their first watch, the Flinders. It was well executed, refined, had a few surprising details and, most importantly, was enjoyable to wear.[...]
Occasionally, things come together in a product, like stars aligning, that elevate it above and beyond what is expected. When Jonathan of Page&Cooper told me he was working on a collaboration with Squale, during a conversation that took place at Basel 2013, I was immediately intrigued. [...]