We’re not expert outdoorsmen and we’re not world-renowned horologists, in fact, we’re far from it – but that doesn’t make us any less passionate. We have a constant longing for more knowledge and more adventure. Follow us on our journey for both with hands-on reviews, photo essays, and trip reports with our In the Flesh series.
After a couple years of development, the MONTA Oceanking is ready for an In the Flesh review. Get ready for a new household name in watches.
Last night, I had the chance to take a look at the latest collection of pilot’s watches from IWC, which were first unveiled at…
Dean is on the scene in New Zealand, putting his Rolex Explorer II Ref 1655 through the ringer during a 2-week review.
After loving it at Baselworld 2016, we were excited to get our hands on the Oris Divers Sixty-Five 42mm for a quick review.
I got my hands on the Sinn U212 EZM 16. It’s a dive watch that’s built like a tank and made to get any job done.
Following up their excellent Watch Wallet, the Discommon Goods Watch Roll seeks to improve upon the classic leather roll up. Did they manage? Uh yeah, they did.
We’re going hands-on with one of the latest from Martenero: a customizable 38mm watch that won’t break the bank. Let’s take a look at the Martenero Ascent.
We get our hands on the redesigned and well-made BALL Skindiver II in this edition of In The Flesh.
The Alpina Tribute to KM is the latest from the sporty Frederique Constant brand. Check out our hands-on review of this value-packed timepiece.
Dean takes a crack at watch reviews, giving his thoughts on the Oris Divers Sixty-Five after some time on the wrist.
Since Baselworld, the Omega Globemaster has grown on us more and more, and we were lucky enough to get our hands on an example for review
When you’re on the go with multiple watches, your precious timepieces deserve proper protection. That’s where the Discommon Goods Watch Wallet takes over.
We’re going hands-on with the NOMOS Metro Datum, an updated version of their newest line, featuring a cleaner layout and a beautiful grey dial.
Featuring a chronograph operated by turning the crown, the Habring2 COS Chronograph is unique and a lot of fun to play with.
We get our hands on the BALL Cannonball, with its patented SpringLOCK technology, and give it our full review.
We get our hands on the impressive Sinn 140 St S, a chronograph that ticks some of our favorite boxes.
We’re going hands-on with the new Omega Speedmaster DSotM “Black Black”. This is as blacked-out as a watch gets, folks.
We test drove the Bremont Jaguar MKI for a week. Suddenly, we’re yearning for a Jaguar E-Type. Coincidence?
Red Bar San Francisco shows that the East Coast isn’t the only place you can find a nice “sexpile”.
With the abundance of aftermarket strap options, Panerai fans are facing sensory overload. Here are three of our favorite Panerai straps.
Christopher Ward is making great leaps in their segment of the market. Check out our hands-on of their updated Trident COSC 600.
A chronograph with no pushers? Check out our review of the Ball Engineer Master II Slide Chronograph.
Vintage-inspired dive watches are popping up all over, but not so much in the $1K range. That changes with the Zodiac Heritage Sea Wolf.
The Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial is one of our favorite watches of 2014. Check out our hands-on review of this instant classic.
If you’re looking for something other than an off-the-shelf strap for your expensive Rolex, look no further than Everest Bands.
After a successful first event, the Boston watch enthusiasm didn’t let up a single beat. Check out our recap of the second Boston Red Bar event.
One of our favorite releases this year, we finally got our hands on the Bremont Terra Nova. Check out the article for the full review.
We take a look at an incredibly crafted Bund strap, from the Montreal-based atelier that is Combat Straps, in this edition of In The Flesh.
Young internet-based watch brand, Martenero, has taken the lead on a customizable ecommerce platform. Check out our review of their Martenero Founder.
Calling all German watch lovers. If you haven’t been to a WatchBuys Road Show event, it’s well worth it. Check out our recap of their Boston event.
Looking for a “strap guy”? We found ours, with Rover Haven. Check out their latest strap style, the Arts & Crafts, in our full review.
After being revived by Fossil, Swiss brand Zodiac has been releasing some truly great watches, and the Heritage Sea Dragon is certainly no exception.
Up and coming internet watch brand Lew & Huey has followed one unique watch with another. Check out our review of their slick, versatile Cerberus.
We review the Sinn 103 Herbert Mayer special edition. It’s a fantastic piece from Sinn that truly captures their heritage.
Wound For Life makes a quick detour from watches and takes a trip to the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart. Here’s our photo report.
Toronto does its best impression of NYC’s Red Bar Crew. Good drinks, great friends, and dozens of awesome watches in one place. What more can you ask for?
Not long ago, Isaac Wingold gave us a great perspective on how the internet age has played a huge part in the recent growth…
“Live Free or Die”, New Hampshire’s state motto takes on a double-meaning in today’s day-to-day grind at the office. Sometimes you just need to get away, get out in the woods, and live free — lest you wither away from the shackles of life behind a desk. Check out a photo report of my latest trip up to the White Mountains.
Check out our Seoul Watch Photo Report from our trip downtown for some serious watch spotting.
Boston isn’t exactly Geneva or NYC when it comes to watch accessibility, but we have some bright spots like Paul Duggan, European Watch Company,…
Homage watches are typically love/hate for watch enthusiasts. Some love the idea of getting the chance to own something very similar to a famous,…