As is typical of Omega, they have released a limited edition Speedmaster to mark an anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. This is not an average anniversary, however, as it is the 50th anniversary. Omega didn’t just release some Speedmaster with a different dial, they released a genuinely great watch. Continue reading Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Limited Edition
Chronographs can be confusing at first glance, both in name and functionality. The word chronograph sounds similar to chronometer, and the subdials can be bewildering if you don’t know what they’re for (short answer: egg timer). Continue reading Complicated Times: What Is A Chronograph?
Starting a new watch collection? Have a few fashion watches already but want to step up your game? Not sure where or how to start? In that case, allow me to help you out with a bit of advice. A word of warning, though: Becoming a serious watch collector will cost you. Quite literally. Continue reading Advice To New Watch Collectors
The sub-$1000 price point is one in which many watch enthusiasts start in. It is truthfully filled with many mediocre and sub-par watches, with a few shining stars to illuminate the dark. Continue reading Best Watches To Buy Under $1000
Raymond Weil is a pretty well-known brand (albeit, an underrated brand in my opinion) in the Swiss horological world, and has been well regarded much like their peers Longines and Rado. Continue reading Raymond Weil Parsifal Chronograph Review
The Swiss Holy Trinity is supposed to encapsulate three watch manufacturers that represent the best of high horology, with Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, and Vacheron Constantin being written in metaphorical stone as aforementioned watch manufacturers. Continue reading The Swiss Holy Trinity Of Watchmaking Is Dead