Posted on 30 April 2012 by John Biggs
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Posted on 30 April 2012 by Patrick Kansa
What do you mean, you haven’t heard of RESCO? Well, we’ll cover the company in a short minute. We’ve learned that they’ve got some second generation models coming to market, and if you jump in on the pre-order, you’ll get a nice 15% discount.
Posted on 29 April 2012 by Patrick Kansa
If you’re aware of Prometheus (or have read our review), you probably have them firmly fixed in your mind as a dive watch company. And to be sure, that’s what their offerings have been, to date. However, they’ve actually got a new style on the horizon, something a good bit dressier.
Posted on 28 April 2012 by Patrick Kansa
If you recall, when I last looked at a watch from ArmourLite, it was actually one of the first tritium-illuminated models that I had reviewed. Today, we’ve got a different model on hand, and it presents a different look, both from the earlier review, and many other tritium-based watches out there.
Posted on 27 April 2012 by Patrick Kansa
Yesterday, we started taking a look at the Surf Coal watch from the folks at Bausele. When last we spoke, I started touching on the straps, and why it was one of my favorite things on the watch. Let’s pick it up there.
Posted on 26 April 2012 by John Biggs
Well, it’s been finalized. We’ll be running our first ever joint WristWatchReview/ABlogToRead/Hourtime meet-up in New York City on May 2 at 6pm. We’ll hold it at Heartland Brewery on Union Square, probably in the upstairs dining area. Sadly this will be a cash bar but we’ll get a few plates of munchies for us all to share.
Please pop over here to give us a headcount and we look forward to seeing you next week!
Posted on 26 April 2012 by Patrick Kansa
Today, we’re going to have a look at a watch from an Australian company that you may not have heard of – Bausele. They bill themselves as creating Swiss-made watches with a liberal dash of Australian soul. So, how does that translate for us in the States? Let’s have a look!
Posted on 25 April 2012 by Patrick Kansa
So, in our last series of posts, I covered a fully custom watch. Though I felt it was very affordable, I realize that the options presented might not exactly fit into everyone’s budget. The folks over at BOAT (Be Optimistic And Thankful) have another option for you.