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JeanRichard Aquascope Hokusai Review

Posted on 22 August 2014 by Patrick Kansa

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A year ago, I couldn’t have told you one thing about the JeanRichard brand. My, how times have changed. In that intervening period, I’ve reviewed their Aeroscope (link) and Terrascope (link), which is how I really came to appreciate their case construction and styling. If you couldn’t tell by the names, those watches were air and land oriented. That leaves just one family in the lineup, their divers. And for that, we’ve got something pretty special – the JeanRichard Aquascope Hokusai. Continue Reading

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Aegaon Brings Big Watches From Estonia

Posted on 21 August 2014 by Patrick Kansa

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We’ve featured a variety of crowd-funded watch projects on here, with a good bit of diversity in the products being presented. One thing that hasn’t been as diverse are the countries these watches are coming out from. It’s in that light (and my own family background) that I found myself rather interested to see a watch coming from Estonia – Aegaon. Continue Reading

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Christopher Ward C70 3527 GT Chronometer, How do you upcycle a Ferrari?

Posted on 20 August 2014 by Matt Himmelstein

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Not many of us are going to be able to afford a truly limited edition car, let alone one that is as steeped in racing history as a Ferrari GTO.  After all, one did sell at auction for the princely sum of $52,000,000.  But what if you could own a piece of one?  A small sliver, but a piece none the less?  That is what Christoper Ward is offering with the C70 3527 GT Chronometer, a bit of the metal from one of these cars built into the watch. Continue Reading

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The Frederique Constant Healey Tribute

Posted on 13 August 2014 by Patrick Kansa

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As we’ve written on these pages before, the Venn diagram overlap between watch enthusiasts and car enthusiasts is not small, by any means. Mix in a specific brand, and it might limit things some, but for those the brand meshes with, it’ll be right up their alley. So, is the Frederique Constant Healey GMT 24H for you? Continue Reading

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Touch of Modern Deals on Watches (and Accessories)

Posted on 05 August 2014 by Matt Himmelstein

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If you are not already a member of Touch of Modern, you really should join up.  It is a site that highlights cool designs, furnishings, clothes and toys, and offers them on sale for a few days.  There is new stuff on the site every day, and the sales only last for a couple of days.  We have highlighted a number of watch realted sales on the site, and I found three recent ones that I thought were worth mentioning.  Tavannes Watch Company has three versions of their skeleton watch up for sale; Catorex has 18 Swiss watches and pocketwatches on the site; and Rapport of London is selling a variety of watch winders and display/storage cases. Continue Reading

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Diving In With The Mühle-Glashütte Kampfschwimmer

Posted on 18 July 2014 by Patrick Kansa

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Time and again, dive watches prove themselves to be a popular style of watch, as do military watches. While there are some brands that can tie themselves at some point in their heritage to a military diving unit, finding a current production watch that’s in use by a naval unit is a decidedly rarer thing. That is, until the Mühle-Glashütte Kampfschwimmer became available. Continue Reading

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The Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro: A Refined Tritium Chronograph

Posted on 10 July 2014 by Patrick Kansa

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When you think tritium-equipped watches, there are likely a few brands that jump immediately to mind. That aside, what sort of watch do you picture in your head when you read the words “tritium watch”? Probably something that’s at least sport-oriented, if not outright “tacti-cool”. As you should be well aware, that’s not the only choice we have. You can definitely have a very refined look, along with tritium illumination, as the Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro proves. Continue Reading

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JeanRichard Aeroscope Chronograph Review – Back In Black

Posted on 08 July 2014 by Patrick Kansa

 

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When it comes to the watches that JeanRichard is producing, I’ve been pleasantly surprised, as I noted in my earlier review of the Terrascope. While it might be tempting to think of the lineup as boring due to the similar case designs, I think it instead speaks to a cohesive brand language. With the JeanRichard Aeroscope Chronograph, we’ve got some more variety injected in. Continue Reading

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