NATO Strap by Worn & Wound

NATO Watch Strap 2

The NYC NATO Strap by Worn & Wound has quickly become a favourite amongst vintage watch collectors and enthusiasts, each strap is made from Stampede Chromexcel® Leather and uses stainless steel fittings to match stainless, chrome-plated, nickel-plated and titanium watches. These straps are a great way to dress up a vintage timepiece – often the…

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Rossling & Co. Automatic Wristwatch

Wristwatch

Rossling & Co. is a relatively new watch company founded to meet the demand for a slim, automatic wristwatch at an affordable price point. The first watch developed by Rossling was funded on Kickstarter in November last year and the company has just launched their second round of fundraising for their second model – somewhat…

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Watch Roll by Convoy Goods

Leather Watch Roll

Convoy Goods is a small company that specialises in hand-making leather goods using traditional methods, although it looks like the kind of small workshop you might find in Brooklyn, Richmond or Portland they’re actually based in Malaysia. The leather watch roll by Convoy Goods is made from high grade Italian leather and industrial strength German…

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Weiss Field Watch

Weiss Watch

The Weiss Field Watch is the result of a cross-Continental collaboration led by Swiss-trained American watchmaker Cameron Weiss, the watch that bares his name has a mechanical movement (as well as buckles, case-back screws and spring bar screws) from Switzerland, while the case parts, dials, hands, spring bar tools and straps are designed and manufactured in…

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Stradale by Autodromo

Stradale by Autodromo

The Stradale is a new automatic wristwatch by Autodromo, as with all of the designs from the company the Stradale is designed to evoke the styling queues of dashboard instruments on vintage Italian sports cars. The face of the Stradale is covered with a dome of sapphire crystal, the hour markers sit on a glass…

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The Sicura Instalite

Sicura Instalite

The Sicura Instalite is a watch with an interesting history behind it – it’s the first mechanical wristwatch ever made with a separate electrical system for backlighting. Although you may never have heard of the Sicura before the company is actually closely related to Breitling, in 1979 when Breitling went bankrupt due to the challenge…

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Smith & Wesson Watch by Throne

smith and wesson watch

Smith & Wesson is a company more famous for its firearms than for its timepieces, that said, if you need a watch for active weekends and don’t want to risk your more expensive dress watches this could be the perfect thing to have on your wrist. The one you see here is a vintage model that’s…

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Watch Fold

Watch Fold 3

Watch collecting is a pastime (probably an affliction) that many of us subscribe to, the age of the internet has made it remarkably simple to find and collect interesting time pieces from around the world – the only real problem is what do do with them once you have them. The new Watch Fold by…

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Bell & Ross GMT-TWG

Bell & Ross GMT-TWG

The new Bell & Ross GMT-TWG is a limited edition model that’ll only be sold through online retailer The Watch Gallery, the rather lengthy full-name of the model is Bell & Ross BR03-51 GMT-TWG Limited Edition and the choice to sell it exclusively online through a single retailer offers an interesting look into the shifting…

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Omega Seamaster Bullhead

Omega Seamaster Bullhead Watch

  The Omega Seamaster Bullhead is an unusual offering from the famous Swiss watchmaker, it’s based on the now iconic 1969 Seamaster Bullhead and the two watches share an immediately obvious family resemblance. The original ’69 Bullhead was fitted with a movement that required manual winding and offered twin sub-dials, a date window and a crown…

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