So, I’ve had my Apple Watch Series 2 smartwatch strapped to my wrist for over 6 months now and much to my surprise, it has actually spurred me on to get fitter, drink enough water and be slightly more conscious of how much (or how little) physical activity I’m doing throughout the day.
When it comes to smartwatches, there are plenty to choose from these days, and as technology changes and adapts almost constantly, companies are releasing smartwatches to keep up with these trends.
Over the last few months, we have been serialising some of the articles from our sister site Seagull1963.co.uk. This month we cover aviator watches:
Wearable technology has really taken off in the last few years. When you’re on the move or at the gym, a Smartwatch provides many of the functions of your Smartphone right on your wrist.
The MAALS Jump over the Moon caught our attention from first glance. Now we have spent a week wearing a prototype: read on to find out how we got on…
The Ningaloo Reef Diver from Duzu watches was launched on Kickstarter on June 05th 2018 and is available for preorder now.
MINT watches caught our attention as being the latest brand (following Undone, Eldon and HORAE) to have user-customisation as their selling point.
From changing how we navigate the planet, to how we actually tell the time, these are just three of the watches that changed the world.
We’ve not covered the NTH Sub before, but it’s a great little microbrand diver, remniscent of 1970s Tudor Submariners but with a modern twist.
We first covered the Revolution Watch Company Diver last May. We were impressed by the design aesthetic and, after some unexpected delays, it has finally made it to Indiegogo – where it was funded in less than 24 hours