• Clerc Hydroscaph GMT Futuristic Dive Watch Review

    According two Gerald Clerc, the founder of Clerc watches, there are two types of watch brands: those that sell watches due to large marketing and lifestyle campaigns, and those that sell watches due to originality and quality. Clerc is one of those latter brands. I have admired their work from afar since I learned about them a few years ago, and was happy to do this hands-on review of… Read More

  • Oris BC3 Air Racing GMT Limited Edition Watch

    The GMT version of the updated Oris BC3 comes as a limited edition done for the Oris Big Crown Sky Racing team. Why does “Big Crown” need to be in that term? I know that Big Crown is a line if watches from Oris, but does that mean there are other Oris Sky Racing teams? Anyhow – that BC3 Air Racing Limited Edition watch comes in the same 42mm wide case as the BC3, but here… Read More

  • Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept CS1 Tourbillon GMT Watch

    I was really happy to see a new Royal Oak Concept watch. It is hard to explain where this collection fits in to the Audemars Piguet watch collection. They aren’t quite Royal Oaks, and they aren’t quite Royal Oak Offshores. Rather, they are highly futuristic looking high-end watches that are another Royal Oak collection all together. Read More

  • Louis Vuitton Tambour Spin Time GMT Watch

    The Tambour watch case has been seeing new life recently in hard to find watches with unique complications. Louis Vuitton is trying to assert themselves a bit as being a more serious watch maker by doing a bit more than placing an ETA movement in a pretty watch. This clever Spin Time GMT watch is a clever take on telling the time, built on top of a base ETA automatic movement (likely a 2893). Read More

  • A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Time Zone takes Venezuela into account

    The Lange 1 Time Zone is a beautiful multi-timezone piece made by A. Lange and Söhne (pronounced “A Langa and Zunna”) that shows multiple timezones around its inside bezel. Most interestingly, however, are how they are handling Hugo Chavez’ delightful new time zone, UTC-4:30, which was introduced to allow for more sunlight in Chavez’s benighted land. Read More