Posts tagged with ‘watches’

  • Melbourne Watch Co X Cox Architecture to Launch a Timepiece that Reflects the City of Melbourne

    The talented folk over at Melbourne Watch Company are collaborating with the prestigious international design firm, Cox Architecture to develop…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #40

    Welcome to the 40th instalment of our regular series covering everything watch related, The Wind Up. In this instalment we’ll…

  • Essence of Time – The New HYT H0 Collection

    HYT is more than a watch brand and more like a tech company with a focus on watches. Their team…

  • Patrik Hoffmann, CEO of Ulysse Nardin, dives into why the brand is as powerful as the sea itself

    Ulysse Nardin has been a mainstay in the timepiece industry for a colossal 170 years. With their fearless dive into…

  • Marloe Watch Company Builds Hand Wound Watches, Embraces the Counter-Culture

    Marloe Watch Company is a new and independent designer looking to reinvigorate the world of timepieces by embracing the slow-living…

  • Montblanc Summit Collection – Luxury Smartwatches for Dapper Gents

    If you venture over to the official Montblanc website, you are treated to a stylish video presentation starring Hugh Jackman…

  • The Warrior’s Watch New & Improved – The Suunto Spartan Sport Wristwatch HR

    Did you know that every July Finland hosts athletes from all over the globe for the Wife Carrying World Championship?…

  • Baselworld 2017 Watch Round-Up – Part 3

    So far at Baselworld we’ve seen a focus on dive watches and on reinterpretations of classics into today’s generation, but…

  • Baselworld 2017 Watch Round-Up – Part 2

    Baselworld 2017 has already given us some truly exciting and innovative timepieces, and Day 2 has not failed on that…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #39

    With Baselworld in full swing we’re being bombarded with stunning pieces from the exhibitors at this year’s show. And to…

  • Baselworld 2017 Watch Round-Up – Part 1

    While we couldn’t make it over to Baselworld this year, it doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the horological delights…

  • Eleven James Lets You Rent Luxury Watches For a Monthly Fee

    In today’s world, we are surrounded by fashion. And it chops and changes all the time. But most of us don’t…

  • Zenith Chronomaster El Primero Range Rover Velar Watch

    Here at Man of Many, we always keep you updated with all the craziest collaborations out there. And in this…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #38

    With Baselworld just a couple of weeks away, you’d be inclined to think that watch manufacturers around the world have opted…

  • Tag Heuer Introduces Connected Modular 45 Watch

    A true gadget in the era of self-empowerment and customisation, Tag Heuer’s second-generation smartwatch is all about choice. Essentially every…

  • Oliver Coen Watches Want to Save You Money

    Premium watches can be expensive. This isn’t necessarily an issue if you have the cash to spare. If not, you’re…

  • Tim Sayler CMO of Audemars Piguet Explains Why Tradition Is Keeping AP More Relevant Than Ever

    In an industry as established, respected and – frankly – traditional as that of watchmaking, it can be quite the…

  • Montblanc’s Director of Watches, Davide Cerrato, Says Why History Is More Than Just A Trend

    To the right eye, pens and watches, despite their diminutive size, will scream elegance and grandeur and they have done…

  • Win a Watch Watch Lovers Accessory Pack Thanks to Wolf

    Enter the Giveaway Here If you own an expensive timepiece, you want to take care of it and display it somewhere…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #37

    We have a big job to do here and that’s to bring you the latest and greatest of the watch…

  • The G-STEEL Street Vintage Collection is Stylish and Durable

    Want a watch that is affordable and tough? While fine for a day of mountain biking, most rugged, durable watches…

  • Make Moments, Let Them Be About Vintage

    About Vintage is all about standing the test of time and its classic timepieces do exactly that. Vintage is not…

  • 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…