Refreshed: Storm Remi Lazer Jump Hour

Storm has refreshed its Remi Lazer jump hour model, with a square dial rather than the round case model they’ve had on the go for a few years now. The new design gives the Remi an 80s vibe, very arcade game and the jump hour feature is something that watch lovers will know from 1970s…

Timex Tweaks The Waterbury, With a Quartz Diver

The Waterbury is one of the most popular Timex automatics in the range, but this new 100m dive watch incorporates some neat elements and has an affordable price tag. The green second hand, with its trident motif is the first thing that catches your eye, with a green winding crown to match. The hands are…

MVMT Blacktop Range Launched

OK, we know that MVMT watches are a fashion brand and there’s lots of debate on You Tube regarding their quality. NWC mag hasn’t tested one, but if we did, then the new Blacktop range might be a good choice. The dial colours include two shades of blue, green, white and black. We like the…

Timex T80 Gets Neon Dial Colours – US Range Only

Timex has added some neon dial colours to its US only T80 digital watch range. You can now buy the T80 retro with pink, orange or lime green neon dial shades, which look super 1980s. Yep, relive those days of day-glo leggings and cocktail lounge lighting for just $69. That’s a cheap digital watch. UK…

Sekonda Airborne: Yep, It’s a Budget Homage to Accurist

Sekonda and Accurist are essentially the same company – they also own Limit too – and it’s no surprise when some Sekonda models are fairly similar to Accurist watches, which tend to cost more. So the latest cushion case Sekonda Airborne is a budget homage to the Accurist cushion case Retro Racer, which was launched…

Storm Just Dropped a Tissot PRX Homage

Say hello to the Storm Cirero, which bears an uncanny similarity to the Tissot PRX. Same balanced and graduated link bracelet design, which has that flush fit against the case. Totally 70s retro. Inside the stainless steel 43mm case there’s a quartz movement and the crystal has that typical Storm splash of bright colour, with…

Reviewed: Sekonda Classic Has 60s Style, Modern Quartz Movt

Have to admit I love old Sekonda mechanical watches. The very first watch I fixed was a dead Sekonda/Raketa TV dial thing from the 70s which was clogged with dirt, cost a fiver at a watch show. Deep joy getting it going with a simple clean up, and it still runs 9 years later. Yeah…

Timex Stranger Things T80 is Collectable Nostalgia

Stranger Things is one of many TV shows that tap into that nostalgic affection for the 80s. Pre-internet, life was simple and a digital watch plus calculator was about as hi-tech as your life got in your teenage years. So the Timex T80 digital homage to its past gets an extra collectors vibe with the…