Category: Review

Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor Watch Hands-On

In recent times, haute horology brands have been paring down on their offerings by producing simpler watches. Greubel Forsey, famous for its tourbillon watches, released the Signature 1 last year – a time-only, non-tourbillon watch that is the brand’s simplest yet. Likewise, Romain Gauthier ...

Autodromo Group B Silver/Yellow Watch Review

Autodromo, the American micro brand, has built a reputation for making modern, motorsport-inspired timepieces with unique materials and design. Recently, the brand launched a new variant to its Group B line – the Autodromo Group B Silver/Yellow. Unique to this reference is the color scheme which ...

WATCH WINNER REVIEW: Tsovet SMT-FW44

In July of 2017, the monthly giveaway watch on aBlogtoWatch was a Tsovet SMT-FW44. The winner was Miles O. from Brooklyn, New York, USA, and after enjoying his new timepiece (retail price $975), he has given a watch winner review for us to share with you – the aBlogtoWatch audience. Thanks to ...

Junghans Meister Driver Chronoscope Watch Review

I've always thought that Germany-based watchmaker Junghans was underrated by timepiece enthusiasts. This is probably because of their German sentiment to marketing and communication – which more or less means no marketing or communication. But what you get in exchange is a wonderful attention to ...

Eterna KonTiki Gent Dive Watch Hands-On

Eterna, Swiss watch manufactures since 1856, have in recent years followed an industry wide trend by complimenting their modern collection with “heritage reissue” pieces, which combine current watchmaking technology with historic design concepts. At Baselworld 2017, Eterna unveiled their new ...