Category: Review

Chopard L.U.C Quattro Limited Edition Watch Hands-On

When I think of high-end Swiss watchmakers, I must admit I tend to overlook Chopard. The so-called "Big Three" tend to get the most attention in this space; Vacheron Constantin, Audemars Piguet, and Patek Philippe, all three steeped in history and accolades. But after seeing ...

Corum Admiral Legend 42 Watch Review

When it comes to Corum, most watch folks would probably call to mind the iconic Bubble line, or perhaps the Golden Bridge line. Those are certainly iconic in their own right, but they’re fairly “recent” additions to the catalog. If you want to go a bit further back, say, to ...

Timex Marlin Watch Review

I'll be the first to admit that the idea of a dedicated "dress watch" isn't exactly something that appeals to me. In fact, there are plenty of options out there today that can serve a watch enthusiast in multiple ways. Your average Omega Speedmaster, for example, can take on ...

Ryan Schmidt: The Wristwatch Handbook Review

Books on watchmaking I have, in the absolute majority of occasions, seen as expensive props that people like to put on their walls to occasionally post on Instagram – never holding, let alone reading one, just a shot of the book shelf with all the thick, expensive-looking ...

Ryan Schmidt: The Wristwatch Handbook Review

Books on watchmaking I have, in the absolute majority of occasions, seen as expensive props that people like to put on their walls to occasionally post on Instagram – never holding, let alone reading one, just a shot of the book shelf with all the thick, expensive-looking ...

Ulysse Nardin Diver Deep Dive Hands-On

Ulysse Nardin sure knows how to go charmingly overboard with design. The creators of the Freak often combine aggressive styling with upscale horology in their varied collection of sport and dress watches. In recent years, UN have also expanded their selection of diver’s ...