The Autodromo Monoposto is a watch designed in the spirit of the gauges used in ’60s era Formula 1 cars, in fact, “Monoposto” actually means “single seat” in Italian.
The Longines Avigation Watch Type A-7 has an eye-catching black dial offset 50 degrees to make reading it easier in the cockpit of your Ferrari Dino, Spitfire MKV or hydrogen filled, propeller powered Zeppelin.
TRIWA is a Swedish watch company based in Stockholm, the name is an acronym for Transforming the Industry of Watches and their goal is to create unique watches at prices that can be afforded by regular people.
The design of the Ressence 1001 is an unusual amalgamation of vintage and modern design, the watch uses a triple bi-axial off-centered movement with integrated…
The Suunto Core Yellow Crush is a bit of a marvel, it has an altimeter, barometer, depth gauge, digital compass, a digital thermometer and if you get bored of all that, it also tells the time.
The Obris Morgan Branco is one of those watches that should probably cost a lot more than it does. Each watch is milled from a single block of titanium, the strap is handmade in Italy, the face is beautifully minimalist and is framed by anti-glare sapphire crystal.
This captivating vintage Girard-Perregaux chronograph just became available on 1stDibs…
I’ve developed a bit of a fascination with some of the recent designs from watchmaker Bell & Ross, we featured their beautiful PW1 last month and this month I’ve decided to go with this, the new Bell & Ross WW2 Bomber Regulateur.
The Herr Judit Automatic is a timepiece developed by TRIWA in collaboration with the legendary vintage shop Herr Judit in Stockholm. The style is classic with a dollop of contemporary and it has a look that will quite literally never go out of style.
This beautiful time piece is called the Bell & Ross PW1 and it’s one of their newer creations, it’s a pocket watch in every sense of the word and may very well be the purist distillation of minimalist watch design I’ve ever seen.
Watches like this appeal to me, they’re antithetical to the currently-trendy giant face hipster watches and they stand well apart from anything digital.
California based Xetum Watches produce some very interesting timepieces, the relatively new company uses modern, American designs and powers them with ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic watch movements – the same internal architecture used by luxury brands like Cartier, Breitling and Bell & Ross.