The Brakeman is one of the newest designs from Shinola, the Detroit based watchmaker that’s been selling watches faster than it can make them since the company was founded last year. The Brakeman is a departure from the signature circular designs we’ve seen from Shinola, and I think that’s a good thing. This new watch…
The Bremont Victory is a wristwatch for men who appreciate history – specifically British Naval History. Any one who’s ever been to London has seen Nelson’s Column standing tall above Trafalgar Square – the man standing atop of it is Horatio Nelson, one of Britain’s greatest war heroes and the man who is credited with…
This is the all-new Horween watch strap by Worn & Wound out of Brooklyn, NY – We’ve featured the Worn & Wound NYC Nato strap in the past, as well as their watch roll, so you might already be familiar with their wares. These new straps are all made from leather sourced from the world-famous Horween…
The Autodromo Monoposto is a mechanical watch that we featured last year (the now sold out, white dial version), only 500 were produced, 250 in white and 250 in black, and they’re down to the last few still available for sale.
The new Café Racer series of watches by ContaTempo Scuderia are designed to be worn as either wristwatches or around the neck on a lanyard as a stop watch – this strikes me as being quite clever.
The Suunto Ambit2 Black is many things, so many things in fact, that it seems improper to just call it a watch. It has built in GPS and maps, it can monitor you speed, heart-rate, altitude and even the prevailing weather conditions.
The Omega Spacemaster Z-33 is a new watch designed to evoke the iconic “Pilot Line” Omega watches that were first introduced in the 1960s. The case is 100% titanium and the movement is a reliable calibre 5666 quartz, the watch is designed specifically for pilots and can be used as a wrist-top flight log.
Though most people don’t associate Detroit with watchmaking, the team at Shinola are working hard to create a new tradition in American timepiece manufacturing.
The Heuer Monza is the beautiful, though far less famous sibling to the Heuer Monaco. It was originally released in 1975 to honour Ferrari’s Formula One World Championship win in 1975 with Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni, it was available for sale until the early ’80s but was discontinued before the merger between TAG and Heuer in 1985.
Worn & Wound is a NYC based watch strap and accessories maker specialising in classic leather straps that’ll suit almost any watch you throw at them. This strap is called the NYC NATO Brick Full Grain, it’s made from full grain leather and can be ordered in either 20mm or 22mm sizes.
The Jacky Ickx Easy-Rider watch was released for the first time in 1971 and would remain in production until 1975, it proved popular with a younger clientele and the now classic ’70s designs have left them highly collectible commodities in the international vintage watch market.
This watch, the new Type 3 by Ressence, has a fluid filled case that significantly reduces light refraction. This gives it the allusion of having a two dimensional face, which is further enhanced by the curved glass and lack of a bezel.