Today brings another new year and another new decade. WRUK takes a look at a couple of new Kickstarter projects that have caught our eye.
There are seemingly a million-and-one quartz dress watches on the market. DAEM watches is a new company based in Brooklyn that says it offers more.
It wasn’t even on our radar but funded on Kickstarter in less than three hours, so we thought we’d better cover the S&BTM Atlantis A2 Swiss dive watch!
Watch brand UNDONE has partnered with the renowned Piranha Tattoos studio to create a new range of customisable timepieces.
Up until now, the market for customised watches has been pretty much sewn up by Undone, but Kustom Watches aims to challenge their dominant position.
The number of watches on Kickstarter is creeping back up. What are the crowdfunded highlights (and lowlights) this month?
We’ve seen plenty of wooden watches in the last couple of years. So far, none have impressed us. Is the new wooden watch range from owood any different?
Can the Vintro Le Mans 1952 Chronograph – a Kickstarter campaign from Germany – knock the venerable Seagull 1963 off its perch?
Other than the Seaguill 1963 and EMG DL63 we haven’t seen many ST19-powered hand-wound chronographs. Until now: Introducing the Monsieur Ranomo.
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?