One of the most elegant retro chronographs on the Indie watch market, the Baltic Tricompax is back on sale, as the French brand offer new stocks. White or black dial, your choice and same price tag of £1585 and the high quality Sellita SW500 Swiss movement inside. That offers 63 hours of reserve power on a full wind btw. There are lots of automatic retro … Continue reading Fresh Stocks of The Baltic Tricompax Are Back Online
OK, it’s not as exciting as Batman Returns, we will give you that. But the classic 36mm wide GMT dress watch does look good on your wrist at any formal occasion, or in the workplace. Although we probably wouldn’t wear the Sealander 36mm for a fishing trawler job… It’s too nice, just look at it. Either in the cobalt blue or deep red dial option, … Continue reading New Christopher Ward Sealander GMT 36mm; The Dress Watch Returns
Watches World is now accepting crypto curency as a payment method. With countries like El Salvador and the Central African Republic making crypto legal tender, not just something you can own and store in a vault, it’s possible that digital coin payment will become accepted worldwide by say 2030. The EU, USA and UK are all conspir-sorry working together to agree on a digital version … Continue reading Watches World Now Accepting Crypto Payment
Timex has added a green/black bezel option to its M79 automatic range. Powered by a Miyota auto unit, the 40mm wide watch has a see-thru caseback, acrylic crystal, plus a day/date feature. It’s a decent all-rounder watch, although at $299 this has some strong comepetition from many Indie and Ali Express brands, who also use the Miyota 9000 series auto movements. Bracelet is steel with … Continue reading Timex M79 Gets a Green Bezel Option
Marathon has a new variant on their Arctic watch, which now features a day and date window. The beefy 46mm wide watch has a Sellita SW200 automatic movement, sapphire crystal and tritium gas tube lume. Details like the turret edged bezel and the knurled crown give it a real industrial strength feel. You can choose steel bracelet of silicone rubber strap with the rubber one … Continue reading Marathon Arctic Day/Date: 46mm of Adventure
The Apogee model by India based Bangalore Watches celebrates space travel and two new dial colours in blue and green are very welcome. Inside the titanium case there’s a Sellita SW200 auto movement and the second crown turns an inner chapter ring, so you can calculate the time in a different part of world easily. There’s plenty of Superluminova for night time, plus the lightweight … Continue reading Bangalore Apogee Gets Two New Dial Colours
British brand Bremont has posted some financials and for the first time in seven years the UK watch manufacturer has NOT made a loss. That’s encouraging on its own, but they have also announced a new wealthy investor, on Bill Ackman, a US billionaire, who has taken a slice of the pie. All good stuff, especially as Bremont has invested a fortune in making watches … Continue reading Has Bremont Finally Turned The Corner?
Timex have been making some very nice looking watches for the last few years now. Automatics, retro 80s digital, everyday quartz, chronographs etc. They have all the bases covered and some of their Waterbury autos make an interesting alternative to an Accurist, Seiko or Citizen auto or solar watch. But when we get to £475 we are in entry level Tissot territory, or up against … Continue reading Hmm a Timex Dress Watch For £475 – Worth It?