Enzo Mechana Prototype Shots

July 31, 2006 . by John Biggs

Victor over at the Big Watches Forum has some excellent shots of a few prototype watches by Enzo. Both are 1000m divers and look super. I think I like the black face better – a little easier on the eyes. The watches are Built like a Tank ……. 42mm Diameter w/out the crown and around…

Tokidoki Sun Watch

July 28, 2006 . by John Biggs

From TheSportingLife.net – “Oh you naughty little…oh sorry sir, yes, the quarterly figures.” Distract yourself with this Tokidoki Sun watch featuring a picture of a saucy Japanese lady showing you just where the sun rises. With a leather strap and metal rimmed face, the watch should stand up to whatever abuse you throw at it….

A New BWL Blog: WallStreetTechDaily.com

July 27, 2006 . by John Biggs

I’m proud to announce an addition to the BWL network, WallStreetTechDaily.com edited by financial tech guru Benjamin Freidlin. Head on over and check it out. WallStreetTechDaily.com

Blue Man Group Jelly in Jelly Swatch Watch

July 27, 2006 . by John Biggs

You saw them in Vegas, now see them on your wrist. This watch is considered the first artist watch of Swatch’s brand new collection “Jelly in Jelly” which they launched with a very special Blue Man Group event in Lugano, Switzerland in June, 2006. Swatch’s long history of working with great artists like Keith Haring,…

Movado Series 800 Unveiled

July 27, 2006 . by John Biggs

A Movado sport watch? With a wavy fact and big arrow hour hand? Perhaps someone is seeing their market share drop? I don’t like Movado much – so much depends on that single big dot that you almost lose the watch – but this sports model, apparently a quartz piece, has some chops. It comes…

Review: YES Zulu

July 25, 2006 . by John Biggs

WWR Reader and Friend Ben has a Zulu and really likes it. I’ve never really played with it, but this first look seems pretty interesting. Looks considerably more attractive than the older models, that’s for sure. The Zulu from YES is similar in functions (sunrise/sunset tracking, multiple time zones, etc…), but several orders of magnitude…

About WWR

July 24, 2006 . by John Biggs

I’m John Biggs and this is WristWatchReview.com, a new site for lovers of mechanical, and, to some extent, digital, wristwatches of all kinds. Our goal is two-fold: to create open a forum of discussion about what Willaim Gibson calls “the very finest fossils of the pre-digital age” and to bring our own experiences and intellect…