Matt’s Picks For The WWR Top Watches of 2015

December 7, 2015 . by Matt Himmelstein

Our goal, for the time being at least, is to publish one article per day here at WWR. Discounting the weekend posts, that means we cover on the order of 250 watches per year. Since we don’t cover every new watch we see, I would estimate that we see (collectively) well over 500 new watches a year, and that number is probably closer to 1,000; after all, we read a number of the other watch blogs as well. So this gives us a pretty good pool of watches from which to develop favorites. And that is what this post is all about, our picks for the WWR Top Watches of 2015. This post will cover my picks for the best watches that we have featured on this site, and Patrick and Ken will also chime in with lists of their own.

John’s Everyday Carry

March 1, 2015 . by John Biggs

I’ve always loved Everyday Carry. It’s a pretty obsessive site dedicated to stuff people put in their pockets. They finally invited me to take part and it was great. As you can see above, my EDC is pretty limited – I don’t have to fight off rabid dogs or look into utility ducts – so…

Introducing The Seiko 5 Sports SNZF45 aka “Baby Monster”

August 17, 2011 . by Patrick Kansa

While perusing the web for news of new watch models, I caught wind of a new Seiko model that seems rather interesting – the Seiko 5 Sports SNZF45. What initially grabbed my attention was its appearance – it looks very similar the more-familiar Seiko Monster models (the SKX781 and SKX779). The main differences from the…

Movado Series 800 Unveiled

July 27, 2006 . by John Biggs

A Movado sport watch? With a wavy fact and big arrow hour hand? Perhaps someone is seeing their market share drop? I don’t like Movado much – so much depends on that single big dot that you almost lose the watch – but this sports model, apparently a quartz piece, has some chops. It comes…