Glashutte SeaQ is a Stunner, But Way Too Expensive

A new chrono from Glashutte, called the SeaQ, which is kinda catchy. Keeps things simple. Things we love? The big date window that’s easy to read, the bold numbers and the decorated movement, which you can view through the caseback crystal. Watching the promo video it’s clearly a tough adventure watch and 300m of resistance…

Glashutte Disco Chrono Ltd Editions: Cool, But Megabucks

Glashutte have released two limited edition variations on their Seventies Panorama Chronograph, in turquoise/disco blue and orange dial flavours. Produced in 500 pieces each these will retail at about £13,000 in the UK and feature that classic `TV Dial’ design from the late 60s/early 70s. The 37 series calibre movement has an impressive 70 hours…

Glashutte SeaQ: Great Name, Classic Lines

The Seamaster, Sea Dweller, DeepSea, Tissot Sea Star, Super Sea Wolf, Seagull…there are plenty of sea themed watch names out there. But SeaQ? Keep it simple and it just works. Sounds like a military call signal, bit James Bond-ish too. Nice work Glashutte. This a 39.5mm wide watch, inspired by a vintage 1969 Glasshutte model. …

Glashutte Is Doing That Seventies Thing

Do you love that 1970s style of watch manufacturing, with big bold TV dials and cases? Some, like the Zenith El Primero from that era, are now rising in value as people discover the Seventies Swagger they never really experienced first time around – since they weren’t even born.. Anyway, Glashutte have been feeling nostalgic…

When Watchmakers Go Woke, They Will Reap The Whirlwind

We got a press release from Nomos Glashutte recently which had their hate speech and democracy policy attached. You might think that private companies have no busines trying to lecture their workforce, but we live in the age of the Great Reset, so no adult is allowed to form their own opinions anymore. Nomos then…

It’s Alright Baby Blue

This limited edition Viro model is one of those laidback designs that grows on you the more you look at it. It’s retro motorsport, yet still looks clean and modern. You can’t go wrong with Stoke pottery blue and white, offset with orange hands. Here’s the word from Union Glashutte; This special model, limited to…

Metroland Is a State of Mind

The latest watch from Nomos Glashutte is the largest variant of the  Metro model. Here’s the press info; Metro neomatik 41 Update is the name of the in-house built watch, which was just unveiled at Watches and Wonders, the industry trade fair in Geneva. The timepiece embodies 175 years of Glashütte watchmaking craft—and contemporary design….

Ltd Edition Nomos Automatics Offer Understated Elegance

There is something to be said for the classic, minimalist timekeeper. A watch that just has bold hands and markers, maybe a sub-second dial, and does the job. No fancy bezels, no chrono pushers. Just a 1960s gents watch, utilitarian and elegant at the same time. Versatile even. At the same time, enthusiasts want a…