Posts tagged with ‘watch’

  • Watches to Die For – SIHH 2017 (Part 2)

    The first day of Salon International de Haute Horologerie (SIHH) brought us plenty of luxury watches to drool over, from the…

  • Watches to Die For – SIHH 2017 (Part 1)

    Each year Switzerland, the home of fine watchmaking, plays host to the Salon International de Haute Horologerie (or SIHH) – one…

  • Glashütte Original Delivers Brilliance in the Senator Excellence

    The Swiss might hog the spotlight, but the Germans are definitely no slouches when it comes to the art of…

  • The Samsung Gear S3 – A Hands On Review

    To think there was a time when small computers were considered impressive every time they added two numbers together. Nowadays…

  • TAG Heuer’s Connected Watch in Solid Rose Gold

    This time last year, Swiss giants TAG Heuer announced a dedicated smart timepiece, labelled as “The Connected Watch.” And it’s…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #33

    With Christmas just around the corner and 2016 winding up, I’ve come to the haste realization that this year has…

  • 2016 Christmas Gift Guide – The MAD Horologist

    Nothing quite says “functional and stylish” like a superb watch. We’re talking about a watch that looks good, feels good…

  • Win 1 of 5 Bomberg Bolt 68 Watches Valued at $1,590 Each

    In partnership with Bomberg Bomberg took a “go big or go home” approach right out of the gate, making an…

  • Maharishi and G-SHOCK Collaborate Again

    For the fourth time, über-chic UK-based pacifist urban-military outfitters Maharishi have teamed up with the inspired team in the G-Shock…

  • So Watt Studios Release Untitled_002 Wristwatches

    Sydney has a new project on Kickstarter. The limited edition timepiece by new startup So Watt Design Studio. This is…

  • Timeless – Thread Etiquette Watches

    Watch (and accessory) maker Thread Etiquette takes such a regimental approach toward craft that you can almost picture a small…

  • Fully Charged – Fitbit Charge 2 Review

    Having literally won your hearts by being one of the first companies to put automatic heart rate tracking around your…

  • A Long Lasting Ocean Commitment with Blancpain

    Swiss luxury watchmaker Blancpain has been in the game since your grandfather’s grandfather’s grandfather’s grandfather’s grandfather was in diapers, and…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #32

    Beach, beers, sun, longer days, saggy Speedoes – Summer is well and truly on its way! In this instalment of…

  • Hublot Makes a Big Bang in Sydney with the Launch of the Unico Sapphire All Black

    In 1980 an Italian designer named Carlo Crocco was tired of working for his uncle at massive watch firm Binda.…

  • Is this the Perfect Gift for the Racing Enthusiast?

    In collaboration with Pulsar. The holiday season is upon us and of course that means giving and receiving gifts. If…

  • The Timeless Art of Corum Watches

    When it comes to most timepieces, small details amount to big differences between brands. Not so with Corum. The Swiss…

  • Sophisticated Luxury Minus the High Price Tag – Urban Wares Collection

    Watch brand Dstrct Wares is most definitely a company to root for. In 2015 they launched with the admirable focus…

  • Exclusive Interview with Aus Geo + Bremont Adventurer of the Year Michael Smith

    We recently spoke with Michael Smith, the Australian adventurer who last year became the first person to solo circumnavigate the…

  • Strapped for Any Occasion – Da Luca Watch Straps

    Like a mighty flower, DA LUCA started as a seed in 2009 and quickly blossomed. In the beginning their goal…

  • Reigning Champion – Vacheron Constantin Watch Collection

    Geneva’s Vacheron Constantin has been in the watch-making game for so long their prestige is pretty much beyond reproach. The…

  • Bell & Ross Release Desert Type Series

    Hailing from France, Bell & Ross are known very distinctively as the company that make chronometers that would most likely…

  • Nixon Make Foray into Wearable Wares

    With wearable technology for the wrist becoming more the norm for many, manufacturers have had to start making their wares…

  • Jaeger-LeCoultre & Marc Newson’s Atmos 568 is Here

    It’s been a short while since celebrated designer Marc Newson, who’s been collaborating with revered Swiss watchmakers Jaeger-LeCoultre since 2008,…