WristWatchReview is all new

October 1, 2016 . by John Biggs

As you may have noticed we’ve updated the WWR theme considerably, opening up the text and images in a way that can truly showcase the watches we cover. It was a change that was a long time coming and I’m pleased we got it done so quickly. Special thanks goes to my lovely wife and…



Interview with a watchmaker: Ziv Nissimov of PureDial watches

September 30, 2016 . by Victor Marks

Ziv Nissimov is a 17 year-old starting his first crowdfunded watch, but it’s not his first experience making watches. The PureDial Square Legacy is a square case in a 42mm size, 12.4m high, with a sapphire double-convex crystal, powered by a Miyota 2135 quartz. The square case makes me think of my grandfather’s Bulova, and…



Willis Judd goes full carbon fiber and you always go full carbon fiber

September 27, 2016 . by John Biggs

Like the inimitable Wesley Willis, Willis Judd is best known for bold and magnetic performances. This company has long focused on creating dark, wearable titanium jewelry with magnetic closures and has just moved into the watch world with their latest piece, a carbon fiber infused quartz piece that is equal parts bold and mesmerizing and…



Watching the Web for September 24, 2016

September 24, 2016 . by Matt Himmelstein

Welcome and thanks for stopping by to check out our weekly feature, Watching the Web, where we highlight interesting watch related articles from other sites, and pick out what were our most popular articles from the last week or so.  From the net, we have Magrette Waterman, Nomos Club II and the launch of a…



The Nettuno and Mercurio are perfect for sitting in the trattoria while sipping a Negroni

September 18, 2016 . by John Biggs

The sun sets over the coliseum. The sky turns pink. Your perfectly cuffed pants slide up over your bare ankles to expose a tanned shin. Your Pegasus Mercurio glints in the lamplight. You’re at peace. Why? It’s not because you’re in Rome. in fact, it’s because you’re wearing an “Italian Aged” and Italian-designed watch from…



Interview with a watchmaker: Paul Tanner’s Freedom To Exist

September 16, 2016 . by Victor Marks

Kirsty  had trouble finding a watch that she liked that would fit her. They tended to spin on her wrist or slide up her arm. As a designer, she and her husband Paul Tanner worked to create a new watch to solve the problem. With that said, let’s get into the latest installment of our series,…



Paying tribute to our past: Homage watches

September 14, 2016 . by Victor Marks

First off, we need definitions. A replica is a watch that is impersonating another watch, by wearing the branding of the more expensive manufacture. An homage, then, is an unbranded or self-branded watch that may copy or pay tribute to someone else’s design, but does not pretend to be it by wearing a brand belonging…