I’m a big fan of mechanical watches (because it’s a miniature machine on your wrist – how is that not cool?), but when you get into automatics, you invariably see case thickness increase (as compared to a hand-wound), due to the space needed for the rotor. Well, all the way back
In an earlier post, I brought to your attention a watch you could build yourself. If you’ve already done that one (or just are looking for something to do on a lazy weekend), this is another great (and affordable option).
So, the other day (see here) when I brought up the Touch of Modern sale on Skywatch, I said a review was forthcoming. That day is finally here.
No, don’t worry, this isn’t some sort of communist sort of screed we’re endorsing here – just an intriguing new watch (of the pocket variety) from the minds over at People People.
Matt tipped me off to this deal, and while I think the audience for this make (at least on this blog) is smaller, it might be helpful to someone looking for their “grail”. From Matt:
Often times, when we are looking at watches, we’ll be hit with one of a handful of shapes – generally circle or square, and sometimes a rectangle (lets leave the semantics of square/rectangle aside for now). With the new brand, Aark Collective,
Today brings us to the second sample that Gavox sent over for us to review, which is also part of their Curtiss P-40 lineup. While yesterday’s example had a more simple presentation, today’s watch has the addition of one of my favorite complications.