Category Archives: Watching The Web

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Watching the Web for January 17, 2015

Welcome to the mid point of January, and our third installment of Watching the Web for 2015, where we here at WWR point out watch related articles across the interwebs that we find interesting, as well as highlighting a couple of our more popular posts over the last week. Looking at other sites, A Blog to Watch had a nice write-up of Arnold & Sons Golden Wheel watch and Worn&Wound reviewed a favorite of mine, the Nomos Metro. Looking back at our own pages, we have Patrick’s review of the Shinola Black Blizzard and my take on the H2O Helberg CH5.

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Watching the Web For January 3, 2015

Happy New Year everyone. I hope we all survived the holidays healthy, happy, and financially intact. This is the first Watching the Web post of 2015, where we here at WWR point you to interesting watch related articles at other sites, as well as highlight our more popular posts over the last week. Looking around the web, I liked the Worn&Wound review of a watch for the vision impaired, and am fascinated by the complication in the Quill&Pad write up of the Maurice Lacroix Square Wheel Cube. Looking back at our own pages, we have the Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar and the Butler Professional Series GMT, as well as a list of the 5 most popular articles we posted in 2014 .

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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.