Islander Pan-Am Dual Time: Jet Set 38mm You Can Afford

The 38mm wide watch continues to enjoy popularity this year and there’s every reason to buy one if you have a smaller wrist. Good for ladies who want a dial they can read easily in low light too. Y’know, not every woman wants a cocktail watch with numbers in 8-point typeface on their wrist. So…

Weiss Launches Dive Watch

Indie brand Weiss has launched their first dive watch. Featuring a 300m rated, 42mm steel case it has an in-house movement based on the Soprod M100 Calibre. The dial is quite plain, functional, with big bold numbers set on a white, black or yellow dial plate colour. Plenty of lume all round and it’s a…

Paula Reis Seamaster 300 Homage Launched

Thos wavy lines on the dial, the deep blue colours, the bezel rotating crown on the left side of the case and that date at 6 o’clock – it has that Omega Seasmaster 300 vibe, but costs just under £100. That’s a bargain if you love the style of the Omega but just don’t have…

Infantry Falcon: Customisable Military Style Watch

The concept of modifying your watch isn’t new, but it is surprising how few people try to alter the components of their watch once they have chosen the dial colour, strap, bezel, hands etc. True, handling watch parts and tools requires some skill, but even so, it’s often the case that once an Indie brand/MOD…

TAG Aquaracer Pro 200 Breaks Cover

The latest from TAG is a 200m depth rated Aquaracer. But should you splash out on the 300m instead? Hmm, tricky. Here’s the word from TAG; TAG Heuer returns to the reborn Aquaracer Professional Series with the Aquaracer Professional 200, a bold, stylish, all-terrain luxury tool watch that continues the rich legacy of the historic…