Fish Finding Watch

November 30, 2005 . by John Biggs

Fishies! The floating sensor attaches to your fishing line and transmits the images of the fish onto the LCD screen on the wrist unit in real time. FISH FINDING WATCH [the cool hunter]



Ventura SPARC rx

November 29, 2005 . by John Biggs

Kind of digging the Ventura line, including the SPARC rx which has a rotating “bezel” which actually lets you rotate the entire face a la Nike sports watches. This piece is designed by Paolo Fancelli and has a Durinox case, whatever that means. Collection [Ventura]



Contact Us

November 28, 2005 . by scott

To contact WWR, please email john at wristwatchrewiew dot com. For more information, please visit my site. AIM me at johnbiggsny



Our Review Policy

November 28, 2005 . by scott

Dear Readers, I recently got off the phone with the founder of a watch brand who was recently discussed on this site. He was very calm and polite, and because he was extremely civil and willing to negotiate, I agreed with his wishes to have a negative opinion piece removed from WWR. The threat of…



Advertising on WWR

November 28, 2005 . by scott

Wrist Watch Review welcomes sponsorships and classified ads. To purchase a classified advertisement, please visit AdBrite for information. To sponsor the page for a week or month, please email john at wristwatchreview dot com. Each sponsor will receive ad space on all three of our BWL sites, Slushpile.net, TheSportingLife.net, and WristWatchReview.com. We have over 3,000…



Amazing New NOOKA Line

November 28, 2005 . by John Biggs

Matthew Waldman just dropped seven new Nooka styles including the ZEN and the ZAN, his first analog piece. They now have beautiful black faces and enough geek cred to warrant a guest spot in Real Genius. UPDATE – Saw these in real life. Great stuff. The four button models now have chronos and alarms. Matthew…



IE Problems

November 27, 2005 . by John Biggs

I’m trying to avoid problems with IE and redoing with entire stylesheet so things might be a little weird for a bit. Very frustrating process. Oh well.