The new Culinary Watch

June 29, 2009 . by John Biggs

This is an odd duck. A company called Morpheus Watches has just released the Culinary watch, a $400 quartz piece with 41.5mm case and design cues that come from high-end cookwear.

Vogard announces a new twist on an old concept, the Chronozoner

June 17, 2009 . by John Biggs

Vogard is a name you may not have heard before, but they have been around for a while. Recently as Baselworld, they announced the “Chronozoner” – a world time chronograph with a rather unique method of changing time zones. By simply turning the bezel on the front of the watch, it is possible to select…

Garmin Fortrex 401/301 released

June 17, 2009 . by John Biggs

Garmin announced a new wrist wearable GPS today, which I think looks remarkably like military tech seeping into the civilian sector. Considering that GPS technology itself was originally military, this doesn’t come as a great shock. And while there have been other wrist wearable GPS options available, the Foretrex line seems to be hitting that…


June 15, 2009 . by John Biggs

I’ve been busy and my helper, Dave, had back surgery. I’ll try to be a better blogger.

Six for the ladies – new Casio “Baby-G” wristwatches announced

June 2, 2009 . by John Biggs

Casio announced several new additions to their Baby-G line recently, including some eye-catchingly bright pink models. Despite the questionable style choices, the new additions are solid watches. In keeping with the typical G-shock design, the Baby-G is water resistant to 100 meters, solar powered, syncs with the atomic clock, and has the typical combination of…