Welcome back to our weekly roundup of interesting watch articles from around the web, as well as what proved to be the most popular from our own pages with you, our readers. From the wide, wide, wide world of watches, we have a hands-on review of the Damasko DA38, a deep (and I mean deep) dive into the lume on the A. Lange & Söhne Grande Lange 1 Moonphase Lumen , and a discussion on watch quality standards. From our own pages, we have…
Thank you for stopping by to check out this week’s edition of Watching the Web, where we get to point you to a few articles on other sites about interesting watches and watch news, and we get to highlight our own top posts. This week, I have a look at the Ressence Diver, a Cartier skeleton, and an affordable vintage diver from Spinnaker. From our own site, we have a Swedish dress diver, an upgraded Casio Trekking watch, and the Gavox Avidiver.
Welcome back to our weekly roundup of interesting watch articles from around the web, as well as what proved to be the most popular from our own pages with you, our readers. From the wide, wide, wide world of watches, we have a photographic tour of what a watchmaker saw cross his desk in a day, a review of the Hager Commando GMT, and an editorial talking about why we, well, don’t talk about watch movement accuracy much in reviews. From our own pages, we have the watches of Jacques Cousteau, the review of the WT Author 1905, and the Vilhelm Elemental.
Welcome and thanks for dropping in to our weekly Saturday feature, Watching the Web. We here at WWR take the time every week to scour the internet so you don’t have to, and then we bring the most interesting (at least to us) news and reviews to you, all in one place. We also take a moment to recap our own popular articles over the past week. Today, I wanted to look at the Hublot MP-07, new releases from Tissot, and an extended look at the Glycine Airman No. 1. From our pages, we have watches from Brathwait, Vilhelm, and Valachia.
Welcome to April, and the first weekend of the new month. It’s time for Watching the Web, where we take you on a spin through the world of on-line watch sites, as well as highlight some of our most popular posts for the last week or so. This week, we have a technical perspective (as well as some history) on my favorite type of watch, the GMT. We also have a review of Detroit Watch Co watch, and an eBay buyers guide on what is appropriate for the office. From our own pages, we have the Mansfield Automatica One, Eric Singer’s growing watch collection, and the Filson Dutch Harbor.
Since our travel budget can’t adsorb tickets to Switzerland, I am going to have to enjoy Basel virtually, hence the all BaselWorld 2016 edition of Watching Video Rewind. Yes, this is our weekly feature where we highlight watch videos we think might be of interest. I have a tourbillon from Tag Heuer, new watches from Seiko and Breitling. I usually start pulling this together before I look at the previous week’s article, but I am always amazed how Patrick and I frequently key in on totally different watches, even when we are looking at videos from the same event. If you have not checked it out, go look at last weeks videos for a different take on the show.
It is Saturday again, so it is once again time for Watching the Web, where we take you on a spin through the world of on-line watch sites, as well as highlight some of our most popular posts for the last week or so. This week, I am going to highlight a very timely release from Romain Jerome that I know Patrick loves, one of th emost interesting bits of news out of Basel, and a list of one site’s top watches from the show. Here at our site, we have a review of the Filson Dutch Harbor, a request from Janis Trading for a bit of help from the fans, and the Hastings Heritage Edition.
Another weekend, and that means it’s time for another edition of Watching the Web. This week has been all about the news coming out of Baselworld, so for our wider survey, we’ll point you to some of the more interesting watches that caught our eye. From out own pages, we’ve got the Timex Waterbury, Halios Tropik, and the Prometheus Manta Ray.