Posts tagged with ‘watch’

  • Antonio Calce, CEO of Girard-Perregaux, Explains Why GP Remains Relevant After 225 Years

    Girard-Perregaux has been a leading name in watchmaking since 1791. Needless to say this brand has existed through the most…

  • Alexandre Peraldi, Design Director for Baume & Mercier, On The Relationship Between Freedom and Restriction

    As is the case with anything in life, what makes a great watch is wholly in the eye of the…

  • Watches on Voyage: The Bolvaint Eanes Classic Minute

    In collaboration with Bolvaint Luxury watches are too often unpalatably pompous where empty gimmicks are entertained as marks of quality…

  • Shoot for the Moon – Maen Classic Moonphase Watches

    The Moon – It’s the big old chunk of space rock that affects the flow of the tides with its…

  • Fitzrovia & Co. Your New Favourite Online Store

    Imagine if Man of Many opened an online store that sold hundreds of the stylish products that we have featured…

  • Piaget’s Watch Director, Franck Tozeau, Explains Why Consistency Is Key

    2017 marks a huge year for Piaget. They are celebrating their 60th anniversary, and the number 60 plays such a…

  • Cindy Crawford Unveils Omega ‘Her Time’ Exhibition in Sydney

    We recently shared a table at dinner with queen of the runway Cindy Crawford, while she was recently visit to…

  • IWC Museum Curator, David Seyffer, Explains Why Innovation Can’t Exist Without Nostalgia

    Retrospect is a funny thing. It is often laced with embarrassment and discomfort, as one looks back with disbelief at…

  • Melbourne Watch Company Launches New Inner-City Showroom

    Premium watch designer Melbourne Watch Company has expanded its services to offer customers the option of experiencing its timepieces in…

  • Choo-Choo Choose a Canfield Cannonball from Shinola

    With a classic, minimal design philosophy and a general tendency towards limited edition pieces on Shinola’s list of many qualities,…

  • Bamford Introduces the Leather Tool Kit—Everything You Need to Maintain Your Watch

    If you own a watch, you will want to know what to do when it breaks. You’ll also want to…

  • The Valet Tray – How the Quintessential Gentleman Remains Organised

    Valet trays are the necessary accessory for the quintessential gentleman who understands the importance of being organised. He has no…

  • Charge Your Apple Watch Like it’s 1984

    The Elago W3 takes your Apple Watch back to the early days of floppy discs before Steve Jobs was a household…

  • The Kairos from Vincero is Obsessively Designed to Make a Bold Statement

    The Kairos wristwatch from Vincero is as obsessively designed as it is reasonably priced. Veni, vidi, vici aka “come, see,…

  • Never get Lost Again – The Casio WSD F-20 Smartwatch With Offline GPS

    No one gets lost anymore. OK, some people still do, but certainly not anyone wearing a Casio WSD F-20 smartwatch.…

  • Plain Supplies Just Introduced an Affordable, Attractive Everyday Watch

    Any stylish gent will tell you that one of the most important accessories is a classic, sophisticated timepiece. The right…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #35

    With the end of SIHH 2017 comes the realisation that the year is well and truly in full swing. And…

  • Minus-8 Take You on a Highway to the Danger Zone

    The Zone 2 by Minus-8 is built for the singular mission of quick, accurate timekeeping. The design of this timepiece…

  • Your Legacy Begins With The Vincero Chrono S Timepiece

    The Chrono S Rose Gold is here as a testament to two of the world’s most revered historical figures and…

  • Nixon and Pendleton Team Up for their Latest Collection

    Here at Man of Many, we are always on the lookout for exciting collaborations. And we’ve found another one. Nixon…

  • The JDRT Antique White on Army Canvas is a Modern Classic in the Making

    The Sterling Antique White Watch by JDRT is made to tell the time and it does its job brilliantly. This…

  • Watches to Die For – SIHH 2017 (Part 4)

    This is the last instalment of the roundup of our journey to Geneva for SIHH 2017, and what an experience it was. We saw…

  • Watches to Die For – SIHH 2017 (Part 3)

    It was hump day at SIHH 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland, but the convention was showing no signs of slowing down just…

  • 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…