Ahead of its world premier at Basal 2015, The Swiss Railway Watch Company (and the company that sued Apple over it’s iPhone clock tile design) has announced a smartwatch. The Mondaine Helvetica No. 1 Smartwatch will be a connected analog watch with a sub dial used to track progress toward a goal.
While we very much focus on watches at the affordable end of the spectrum here at WWR, we do occasionally take forays into the realm of the luxury watch, especially if the watch in question offers something rather unique. One of the brands that has tripped that threshold more than a few times has been Arnold & Son, and their latest certainly fits the bill as well. So, without further ado, let’s have a look at what the Arnold and Son Golden Wheel has to offer.
The Melbourne Watch Company has graced our pages multiple times, starting with a preview and then hands on review of the Flinders, then the Hawthorne, and the Portsea, and finally the Parkville. Now this Australian watch company is back again on Kickstarter, with their take on the modern pilot’s watch, the Melbourne Watch Company Avalon.
Sometimes we look for the next cool watch and overlook a well made, but not overly exciting watch. I am not going to say I overlooked the Brigadier, but it did take me a little while to get to writing about it. And it is a watch worth writing about on its own, since the Mercer Watch Company Brigadier on Kickstarter is a pretty three hander that looks like it is well designed and made, even if it is not super exciting.
We’re trying out something new: creating giveaways for Kickstartered projects. Today we’re going to talk about the Votum Sunray, a watch that gives back to a good cause. Votum is…
It’s a brand new month, and that means one thing here at WWR – it is time for a new giveaway! This month, we have teamed up with Swedish brand TRIWA to give away their Walter Lansen Chrono.
We like Techne watches here at WWR, and for good reason – they present some rather lovely style at very affordable prices. Of course, if those prices end up being further discounted, well, then all the better.
Welcome back to our regular feature, the Watch Video Rewind. In this series, we bring to light videos we feel are interesting and worth sharing out with our readers. Over the last 2 weeks, Patrick and I found videos that were not so much education, but more in the vein of watch porn. Well, this week’s videos bridge the gap a bit, with three video showing production of watches at three different price points.