An Everyday Carry Interview with Gunny, Mr. R. Lee Ermey

January 27, 2016 . by Patrick Kansa

When it comes to our Everyday Carry, we are often times relying on experts (such as those at EverydayCarry) to point us in the right direction for particular pieces of gear we might be looking to add. Of course, a lot of what you end up carrying comes to be through trial-and-error, just figuring out what works best for your preferences.



INTERVIEW: Ted Brown of Berkbinder & Brown (Part 4)

January 29, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

We had a chance to sit down with Ted Brown of  Berkbinder & Brown to talk about his Tool Watch.  So far, we covered the beginning of the Tool Watch, Mr. Brown’s “watch cred”, choice of movement, and the case design, and some other “miscellaneous” items.  Today we’ll conclude our interview.



INTERVIEW: Ted Brown of Berkbinder & Brown (Part 3)

January 28, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

  We had a chance to sit down with Ted Brown of  Berkbinder & Brown to talk about his Tool Watch.  So far, we covered the beginning of the Tool Watch, Mr. Brown’s “watch cred”, choice of movement, and the case design.  In today’s installment, cover a few more areas, and start to wrap things up.



INTERVIEW: Ted Brown of Berkbinder & Brown (Part 2)

January 27, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

For those of you just joining in, we had a chance to sit down with Ted Brown of  Berkbinder & Brown to talk about his Tool Watch.  Yesterday, we covered the beginning of the Tool Watch, Mr. Brown’s “watch cred”, and choice of movement.  In today’s installment, we’ll dig into the case design a bit more.



INTERVIEW: Ted Brown of Berkbinder & Brown (Part 1)

January 26, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

  Recently, I had a chance to tour the assembly facility for Berkbinder & Brown, and sit down with the man behind the Tool Watch, Mr. Ted Brown.  For those not familiar with the Tool Watch, it’s one of the newest American-designed and -made watches that got it’s start via Kickstarter.  Read on, and see…



Dievas Watches – Diverse Divers’ Watches

June 19, 2008 . by John Biggs

The proprietor of Gnomon Watches, a Singapore based on-line watch dealer, Anders Tan wasn’t happy just selling watches, so he took the next step and started making them. Dievas Watches got off to a slow start with the now discontinued Mesopelagic line, and the Endurance and Noble lines which are still in production. The designs…



Buscum Ducis Watches Redux: An interview with 21-year old founder Sven van der Zande

March 28, 2008 . by John Biggs

Sven van der Zande of Buscum Ducis is young entrepreneur in the best way. Taking risk, while putting forth a product and business built on idealism and the customer. Although he denies the idealism, his focus on the customer sends another message in a time when companies buy up old names for marketing purposes. At…