Category Archives: Watching The Web

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Watching the Web for December 6, 2014

It is the weekend once again, so it is time for our weekly feature, Watching the Web, where take a spin about the World Wide Web to look at some interesting watches or watch related news that we have found this week. We also get a chance to highlight a few of our own articles that have been popular over the previous week (or so). For this week’s roundup, I thought Wound For Life’s essay on Shinola was interesting, and I found a watch related way to honor the LA King’s capturing of Lord Stanley’s Cup. From our own pages, we have two looks at the Lew & Huey Legends Racer and the second project from Helgray, the Silverstone Chronograph.

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Watching The Web For November 29, 2014

It is the weekend, so it is time once again for our weekly feature, Watching the Web, where take a spin about the internet to look at some interesting watches or watch related news that we have found this week. We also get a chance to highlight a few of our own articles that have been popular over the previous week (or so).

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Watching the Web for November 15, 2014

It is the weekend, so it is time once again for our weekly feature, Watching the Web, where take a spin about the internet to look at some interesting watches or watch related news that we have found this week. We also get a chance to highlight a few of our own articles that have been popular over the previous week (or so). For this week’s roundup, I am pointing you to a watch that will appeal to the computer nerds out there, a review of the Alpina Startimer Automatics from ABTW and a peek at what 3D printing can bring to the watch world. From our site, we have Patrick’s first hand look at the Visitor Watch Company inaugural offering and a DIY Diver from H2O.

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Watching the Web For October 25

Welcome back to our weekly installment, Watching the Web, where we have a quick look at some interesting watches and articles that have popped up across the World Wide Web over the last week (or so), as well as taking a second look at what some of our more popular articles this week. From the outside world, A Blog To Watch reviewed the first in-house watch out of Porsche Design and Worn & Wound spent some time with the Tempest Commodore Dive watch. Looking inward, this week’s highlights are the a field watch from Triwa and John Bigg’s take on the coming smartwatch paradigm shift.