The Return of The 36mm Case? Christopher Ward Says Yes

For decades most gents watches were a tiny 33mm across. That was back when men worked with heavy machinery so it was good to have a slim little watch that could be tucked under a protective glove, or a cuff if you were an office wallah. Then in the 60s it kinda went larger to…

Enoksen Deco: Is 36mm The New 38mm? Maybe

You know over the last year or so there’s been a trend towards slightly smaller watches. The 40/42mm case width has a great deal in its favour, with a visual punch on the wrist, plus the space it gives manufacturers to add chrono dials, logos, tachymetre tracks, or big lumed markers etc onto that blank…

New Longines Diver: 36mm or 42mm, Choice is Yours

Longines has a new dive model, here’s the press info; Since it was launched in 2007, The Longines Legend Diver Watch has attracted an impressive legion of fans who are drawn to its dynamic, clean expression of the brand’s rich dive watch heritage. The story continues with colourful new models featuring sand beige, ash grey,…