Posts tagged with ‘watches’

  • An Interview with the Melbourne Watch Company

    When the Melbourne Watch Company launched their first model, the Flinders, in 2013, it was received by locals and style…

  • The Wind Up – Watch News #42

    Welcome to the next instalment of our regular series dedicated to the wonderful worth of watches, The Wind Up. In…

  • Rossling & Co.’s Nadim Elgarhy Talks About His New Range

    Canadian watch aficionado-cum-entrepreneur and founder of Rossling & Co. Nadim Elgarhy has made waves in the affordable watch department since…

  • We Interview Watch Afficionado Dimitri Tsilioris from Haulogerie

    Dimitri Tsilioris is possibly the most punctual man alive. At least, that’s what one can assume, given the number of…

  • The Collins Watch Takes Inspiration from the World of Audio Engineering

    With thousands of watches available for the discerning gent to choose from, there is only one that pays homage to…

  • Casio G-Shock Partners with Legendary Street Artist Stash for a Limited Edition Timepiece

    Casio’s G-Shock range is built for high performance in the harshest outdoor environments, but the newest edition takes the watch…

  • Melbourne Watch Company X Cox Architecture Timepiece

    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…