And now, we come to the third brand we’ll be reviewing from the Zeon group of watches. Original Penguin itself is a brand that’s seen a resurgence as of late, with some retro-inspired clothing. How do I know this? Some of their shirts have actually found a home in my closet – even…
As I mentioned in my introductory Ingersoll post last week, Ingersoll is actually one brand held by the folks at Zeon; another label they have is Swiss Eagle. So, not too surprisingly, when they
Welcome to the HourTime show, the best 30 minute (+/-) hour podcast on the web. In this weeks episode we discuss: Lang & Heyne Caliber I Movement Done From Extinct Mammoth Ivory. It least they were already extinct. after wearing them a while, the boys chime in with thier thoughts on two Graham watches. Ariel wore…
I know I’ve featured some watch cases made of out differing materials. As a matter of fact, I’m quite honestly drawn to something that features a material other than stainless steel. As of now, I think Samal Design takes the prize for
Yesterday, we started in on our review of the first Ingersoll model we have slated, the Apache. We covered the look and feel of the piece, and took a closer look at the dial and hands. Today, we’ll continue the tour, and wrap up with our conclusions.
Yesterday, we dug into some of the history and background of the Ingersoll brand, as well as covered some of the other related marques that Zeon has under their umbrella. Today, we’ll get into our first hands on review of an Ingersoll model, the Apache.
Well, if John is thinking about making some 3D-printed watch cases, why not tackle a band to go along with it?