Category: Review

Nomos Timeless Club II Watch Review

Nomos is known for making some really nice Bauhaus-inspired timepieces that are not only finished to a high standard but offer a great value proposition in the entry-level luxury watch market. Being an admirer of well-executed simplistic designs, I have always watched out for any new offerings ...

Sinn 6200 WG Meisterbund I Watch Hands-On

Sinn is a Frankfurt-based manufacturer perhaps best known for their "tool" watches; tough timepieces with typically German levels of over-engineering designed to handle whatever the wearer can throw at them. Despite this reputation, Sinn does, of course, release dress watches, such as the 1800 ...

Girard-Perregaux Tri-Axial Planetarium Watch Hands-On

Girard-Perregaux describes the small, hand-painted globe (so large it needs a bubble in the sapphire crystal) as being a miniature representation of a map from the 17th–18th century. That's a pretty big spread of time in the world of cartography, but I think even the brand can agree that a ...

Omega De Ville Trésor Ladies Watch Hands-On

The word trésor means "treasure" in French, and it is the name of Omega's new collection of ladies' watches. The sub-collection, actually, of the De Ville family isn't new in name, but they are new in some other ways for Omega. The Omega De Ville Trésor ladies watch comes in a couple of sizes and ...