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…
EMG watches have proven extremely popular, after our first Week on the Wrist feature with their DL63 Panda Chronograph. The EMG Horizon is the latest from the fledgeling brand. EMG kindly loaned us a prototype watch so we could share our thoughts with our readers.
The Kickstarter campaign for the Diewald Seahorse II ended in April, doubling its goal, and the company were kind enough to lend us a review sample so we could give it the once over.
We first featured the Direnzo DRZ Type 250F a month ago, and we have now had our hands on a review model. Is it worth the $420 asking price?
Last year, the ALF Norrsken watch hit Kickstarter but failed to meet its target. Will it succeed this time? We spent seven days with the watch to find out.
Dan Brigham is descended from Adamir Marchand, who was a Swiss watch and clock inventor who joined the Benrus Watch Company in the early 1930s. With the Marchand Debonair, and now Legacy, collections, Dan aims to bring his great grandfather’s legacy to a modern audience.
For this month’s Week on the Wrist feature, we were sent this watch from Achtung Time. How did the Classic Yellow fare in the seven days we wore it?
We bought this hand-made Apple Watch strap from the Strap-Works online store, custom made to our specifications. How did we get on with it on the wrist for a week?
I do like nice things, but clothes and wearable things are just functional to me, so this being the real first piece of designer kit I owned – and my first impressions were great.
Omega’s Speedmaster is a classic. It was the watch that was worn to the moon by the Apollo Astronauts, and its design was years ahead of its time. Its large (for the time) 42mm case means it still finds favour with watch collectors today. Is the Omega Speedmaster Reduced a suitable lower-cost alternative?