Another selection of watches has arrived on Kickstarter in time for summer. Here are some that we’ve not yet covered… are they hits or misses?
Undone offer a “Subway sandwich” level of customisation and some strong base designs. The Undone Type XX is their latest model – an aviation chronograph.
Other than the Seaguill 1963 and EMG DL63 we haven’t seen many ST19-powered hand-wound chronographs. Until now: Introducing the Monsieur Ranomo.
Not so long ago, the watch forum was king. But increasingly, watch enthusiasts are gathering on Facebook watch groups for their daily horological fix.
The new Isotope Goutte d’Eau takes the brand’s distinctive DNA and transfers it into a dive watch format. Is this a Kickstarter worth backing?
Newmark is a British brand producing remakes of vintage watches with a modern twist. Is the Newmark 71 the best microbrand watch of 2019 so far?
Since the 1970s, Japanese manufacturers have been producing watch movements as accurate and well-made as the Swiss: is Swiss Made still a mark of quality?
The Pole Compass Livid: this new watch has an unusual model name but anger isn’t the first emotion it brings to mind! Are Pole watches any good?
The Valimor Caliburnus looks more like a suit of armour than a watch, and has a dial made from a real gemstone. But is it merely style over substance?
It’s been some time since we did a Kickstarter watches roundup – so we thought it was high time we looked at what is on the crowdfunding platform.