This week, WRUK takes a look at a new model from an Irish brand: The Solas Starlight is thin dress watch with an aventurine dial.
We see so many dive watches. Okay, there’s also the odd aviation watch but it’s nice to see something different: introducing the ATOLL Viceroy Precision.
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.
Vario successfully launched their latest watch on Kickstarter earlier this year. Soon, the Vario Empire goes on general release. WRUK gives it a once-over.
Bauhaus beauty or fashion-watch folly? We take a look at the Lilienthal Berlin Zeitgeist Automatik watch.
We love art deco here at WRUK. Following last year’s Arcturus, another Singaporean brand has come up with a 1930s-style timepiece: the Vario Empire.
It seems like there is an avalanche of minimalist, quartz watches on the market. Is the Nordgreen Infinity any better than all the others?
We’ve covered a couple of watches from Singapore on WRUK and they have all had a unique look. The Feynman One doesn’t disappoint on that score – how does it hold up as a daily wearer?
The Waldhoff Ultramatic is one of several tourbillon-equipped timepieces that hit Kickstarter in the second half of 2018. Can it live up to the hype?
New watch brand VAAR say that their Lofoten Collection seamlessly blends streamlined Bauhaus design and Nordic scenery into a captivating watch. We’ve heard claims like […]