Tagged Mechanical


The Subcraft

I’ve always had a soft spot for 70s inspired lateral display watches and by at that extension, I obviously have one for the Romain Jerome’s more aerodynamic update of their earlier spacecraft watch – The Subcraft.


The Spectacle continues

HYT, the hydro-mechanical time-lords, added more novelties to their star line-up at Baselworld 2015, the highlight being the rectangular H3 version of their marvellous water based timepiece.


The Bitcoin Wristwatch

In the future, every new currency will need a modest entry-level luxury wristwatch to help spread its gospel or at-least to milk its disciples of their hard-earned “insert currency here”.

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Limited Edition: Arnold & Son’s Tribute to Charles Darwin

Arnold & Son has announced a trio of timepieces marking Charles Darwin’s voyage of discovery. It’s a limited edition series of eight sets of three watches. Each of the watches feature hand-painted miniature of HMS Beagle, the ship that took Darwin on his three survey voyages. The Beagle’s second voyage is best known for a…


Project O1 Concept

Most crowd funded wristwatch projects on the internet pitch themselves with a tangible benefit – either they are techie smart wristwatches or focus on material as a point of difference. Very few focus on pure aesthetics which is what Project O1 is about. The O1 features a translucent case with a skeleton citizen miyota self…

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Double Take

The Arnold & Son brand just gave us an excuse to take another look at their beautiful Time Pyramid – it was selected by Robb Report, the magazine for all things luxury as the best of the best luxury wristwatch in the Men’s wristwatch / conceptual innovation. Designed and developed entirely at Arnold & Son’s…


The Telemeter

Let me explain to you what a telemeter is with a story: So let’s suppose your friend comes over with his brand new Ferrari and he’s understandably excited about it. He can’t stop raving about how many RPMs he can do or how it handles the road. Now you are justifiably a little peeved because…

The Zenith Bump

The Zenith Christophe Colomb is a limited edition tourbillon wristwatch, limited to 25 pieces each in white, rose and gold. The brand tries to borrow a little bit of historical association by naming the watch after Christopher Columbus in order to make reference to that era’s struggle to achieve precision measurements with instruments and by that connection, a reference to Zenith’s own exploration in that regard leading up to this wristwatch with the eye-catching iconic bubble glass capsule. related links Zenith