Today, we’re dipping back into the Ingersoll catalog, this time taking a look at another dual time display model – the Zuni.
A few months ago, I brought a new brand to your attention, SISU Movement. While my original post took a look at their Guardian A3 model, today we’ll be looking one of their flagship models, the Bravado A1.
If you’ve been following my recent Timex posts, you have probably noticed that I’ve been trying to pair models from both the men’s and women’s lines. This time around, there wasn’t a good match to complement the IQ reviewed last week – but I do still have a women’s model to cover.
A few weeks ago, we first brought to your attention the newest watch from TokyoFlash, the Online. Back then, we told you that we hoped to have a hands-on review, and today is the day that we give you that impression.
We’ve looked at a few different options that you have for creating a custom watch over the past months, and today we’ve got another brand to add to that roster – the Swedish brand Fewsome.
Ok, ok, so perhaps yesterday’s Orient model might have had a bit too busy of a dial for some folks (personally, I liked it). To make it up to that camp, however, I’m bringing you another model from their fairly extensive lines – the simply named Vintage.
We’ve shown a few different Orient watches here over the last year, and they certainly seem to have a faithful following. Today’s model is something rather unique – it offers a full twenty-year calendar on it!