It’s one thing to coordinate your watch to your shoe color (say, your shoes, belt, and watch strap) – but what if you want to coordinate it to the actual brand on your feet as well? It’s not impossible, but it’s not simple either. That is, unless you happen to rock Adidas, in which case there are some new Adidas Originals watches you should be aware of.
Tudor released an updated Ranger model, and it’s very different from the previous Tudor Heritage Ranger model. In the words of the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, it’s not a stranger danger, it’s a stranger danger Ranger.
The Traeger Timberline is the best grill you can buy today.
When I first saw this grill a few months ago, at Traeger’s headquarters, I wasn’t impressed. A $3,499 grill? With an “unpopular” induction cooktop? And an entirely new smoke/heat system? As a dedicated Traeger lover – used a Timberline 850 for years – I thought the company was messing with a good thing and adding too many features to an already powerful cooking and smoking system.
Just in time for the 4th of July (well, it was yesterday), we’ve got word of a new US-exclusive watch release that you’ll be able to wear… on Thanksgiving. Timing of things aside, we wanted to make sure you were aware of the Frederique Constant Classics Worldtimer Manufacture Summer of 76.
Once again, it’s time that those of us in the US of A commemorate the birth of our country with barbecue, beverages, and good ol’ blowing stuff up (aka fireworks). That’s today, so no watch post for today.
Over the past few years, I have reviewed several Aquatico watches. So far, none of them have disappointed me, which means I’m always up for checking out their new stuff. Being a diver I don’t just like the look of a good dive watch, I also want one that I can actually use for its intended purpose. The vintage no nonsense look of the Aquatico Poseidon really appealed to me, and I was able to get one in for review.
For years, we said the best all-around watch is a Seiko, either the SKX007 or the Orange Monster. They’re legends, and great watches for everything from daily wear to rugged use. The introduction of a GMT movement to the lineup makes it ready for all the adventures you’re about to take.
Aah! We usually publish The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com, on Monday mornings but with the official announcement of Seiko’s new GMTs we decided to record an emergency podcast breaking everything down.
It’s Monday morning, and you know what that means: yet another exciting edition of The HourTime Show is available for your listening pleasure.
Seiko makes some very nice, affordable watches in the Seiko 5 range, but until now, if you wanted a GMT, you had to pay for their higher-priced Presage line. Soon, that will change. Here’s what we know about the new, SSK, an SKX-style dive watch with GMT movement.