The Transglobe Expedition was an incredible mission that required an incredible watch. Meet the Rolex Explorer/GMT Master.
We’re not ashamed to admit we’re Sinn fanboys. Check out our favorite Sinn Basel releases. — Wound For Life
Thanks to modern technology, watch collecting has come on as a hot trend as of late. Groups like the Red Bar Crew have brought strangers together — who would have remained strangers otherwise — through a common love of watches.
The military watch collecting world is saturated with Milsubs and Mark XI’s, check out our Lesson in Wristory on the lesser known A-8 Ground Speed Stopwatch.
We review the 2014 IWC Aquatimers. It was time for a change in the Aquatimer line and IWC did just that with many interesting models to choose from.
The genesis of a well-conceived university project and serious watch industry know-how, Bell & Ross has since become a household name. Check out their full story in our latest Lesson in Wristory.
We all know what a sapphire crystal is, but do you know how it’s made? Check out our Technical Notes on The Sapphire Crystal. — Wound For Life
Inspired by the original Rolex GMT Master and the most useful watch complication created, we dig into the origins of Greenwich Mean Time — Wound For Life
With the seemingly unlimited funds of MI-6, what watch should James Bond wear? Find out what W4L thinks is the Ultimate James Bond Watch. — Wound For Life
The annual Baselworld rumor mill, as per usual, churned out some wild guesses. However, there was truth behind one in particular. Meet the new Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 — a welcomed revival.