Welcome back to our regular feature, the Watch Video Rewind. In this series, we bring to light a video or two that has proven interesting, and think were worth sharing out with our readers.
Welcome back to our weekly installment, Watching the Web. In this series, we cover interesting articles from the previous week, and highlight some popular posts from our own pages.
We have had a few different posts as of late on discounts, but that all slowed down quite a bit after the whole Black Friday / Cyber Monday stuff was over. Fortunately for you, we do have a few more watch deals available for you.
The Maranez Layan offers something unique – California dials made on top of actual stones.
It has been some time since I have had the pleasure of writing about Polish brand G. Gerlach. Today, we have news of their latest model which is up for pre-order now with delivery expected in 2015 – the G. Gerlach Enigma.
The AVI-8 Hawker Typhoon is like a fuel gauge for your wrist – and we are reviewing it today.
Kickstarter is full of watch projects where the creators claim that they are trying to do something new, or they couldn’t find the watch they wanted so they made their own… To be honest, however, it is rare that these projects are actually really unique. They may be attractive and a good value, but rarely are they unique. Tempest just posted a project that certainly fits the unique bill though. The Tempest One Forged Carbon Watch is not only an attractive watch and a pretty good value, but it is going to be the envy of all your tech-loving friends.
Divers love their orange watches. Well, at least some of them do, since most divers are offered in a variation with an orange dial. According to Doxa, they were the first to use orange as a way to make the dial more readable in low light situations, way back in 1966 (hey, it is as old as I am). But I don’t have over $2,000 for a dive watch, and with the wide range of watches out there, the Prometheus Piranha makes a strong case for being a great choice under $500.