Grieb & Benzinger isn’t a brand that makes it on these pages too often, but their latest creation is something that really caught my eye. Whatever the model is, they’re a brand known for skeletonizing and hand-engraving – which, when combined together with the skill they exhibit, makes for quite a stunning piece.
Void isn’t a brand we’ve written about much here, but their latest model caught my eye – and not for the reason you might expect. Up until now, they’ve focused only on creating quartz-driven watches. With the introduction of their V03M model, an automatic movement has entered the lineup.
Well, you can get your pizza Hawaiian style (disclaimer: I do not endorse this topping combination), but until now, you really couldn’t get your watch in that style. The folks over at SWAE watches are doing their utmost to rectify this oversight, and are looking to you to help Kickstart their project.
For anyone who spends any amount of time checking out the watch projects on the various crowd-funded sites, you’re not doubt familiar with the Lew & Huey brand, which started up in 2012. They just wrapped up funding one of their latest models, the Acionna, and they’ve sent over one of their prototypes for us to spend some time with. Read on to get our hands-on take on this new watch.
Today, we’re crossing off another brand from the list of those that we’ve not covered on these pages – that brand is CT Scuderia. In an interesting mix of nationalities, we’ve got this Italian brand bringing us a watch that carries an American name – Salt Flat Racer.
When it comes to the Historical Horology features, I’ve often taken a look at things that stretch back a hundred years or more. Today, however, we’re going to to focus on something that has a bit shorter of a timeline – that being the brand Chronoswiss, which started up in 1983.
Welcome back to our weekly installment where we take a look at some popular items from across the web from the week, as well as from our own pages. This week, we’re looking at articles that cover some news from SIHH (which concluded earlier in the week), and second look at a watch we ourselves reviewed, and then a handful of popular reviews from our own pages.