Carbon: A watchmaker’s recent ideal savoir-faire

2017 onward, the large watch brands have invested after finding something exotic for their watch cases. Surgical steel and titanium lost their exclusive charm over the run and we can already see the resin fad washing away. Smart money is now being placed on carbon technology. A new wave of composites has started flooding slowly […]

Half-a-dozen reasons why every sports fan should embrace Tissot

Among them whom I find get increasingly appetitive towards exotic sports watches, a large chunk remains hell bent over owning pieces that are, some way or the other, share something with major sports organizations and events. Such pieces, more or less, can be used for that particular type of sports the organization or event is […]

Tissot Carson: Less means a lot more!

An average working man’s wrists, if they could speak, would scream every now and then for something less bulky and simple but trendy and elegant at the same time. Last few years have seen been bigger been equaled to better and these kinds of watches we are talking about didn’t stand an exception. Extremely formal […]

How well does an odd shape define a watch?

” – Ventura caught the public eye immediately; chief reason being – it is miles away from those lame attempts that butcher the very will of donning a watch. IT IS SUPER IRRITATING TO LOOK WEIRD WHEN YOUR DAILY LIFE IS GIVING YOU A HARD TIME. This is where the Ventura comes to rescue.-“ Ahhh…the […]

Invicta S1 Rally: A very open and uncomplicated leisurewear

Invicta sometimes attract snarky comments accusing them of poor overall build quality that can’t keep up to the standards of a Swiss watch. Beyond that sarcasm portion is a section any watch connoisseur has happened to have visited at least once. For they deliver better than some of the mechanical – even quartz – abominations […]

Kinetic Perpetual: Runs as long as you give it power

Almost a decade and a half back from now, Baselworld witnessed unveiling of Kinetic Perpetual for the first time and was immediately noted for its exceptional convenience and durability. The Kinetic energy helps the perpetual calendar run uninterrupted until February 28, 2100; all that cased within excellent metal body-crafts. Its perpetual calendar internal mechanism is […]

Before you buy your next high-end Swiss quartz…

The Swiss Made quartz movements appearing in many of the big-name watches range from the simplest to the most advanced and sophisticated; the latter, essentially, belong to the more expensive ranges. One of the highest in this regard are the thermo-compensated movements, offering many-a complex functions. These come from ETA, with their hallmark of robust […]

Fun to wear while venturing beyond: Seiko Prospex Automatic Compass Watches

When you like it short… These watches from Seiko, ideally; were built under demanding pressures of professional outdoors. Plus, they are Seiko. That means, they are actually put to use. Trekking, biking or kayaking – in fact, they’re built for any kind of activity requiring manual, directional maneuvering under challenging conditions. These are good, budget-friendly, […]

Edifice or Enticer? – Gonzo attempts at solving the dilemma

This is something similar to what once I came across in a gun forum. The questioner sought advice from other members about two particular brands of handguns; about which one would make a better personal defense tool – a Walther PPK or a M1911A1 – both in .38 cal. The real knowledgeable forum members down-voted […]

Least looked-at factor gets intensely interesting!

A date function is something that doesn’t get much light despite its usefulness in daily life. Not too many people take into account the small cutout on the dial at 3 or 4; maybe 6 and very rarely, at 12 while making a purchase. Sub-dials; however, get noticed a lot and are often big determinants […]