Hands-on With the Fossil Machine

February 13, 2015 . by Patrick Kansa

You know who we have not had on our pages in some time? Fossil, that’s who. While they are ostensibly a more fashion-oriented brand, they do offer a large variety of styles at rather affordable price points. Today, we have a hands-on look at a watch they consider to be in their dressier collection, the Fossil Machine.

Fossil Dean Automatic Watch Review

February 6, 2014 . by Patrick Kansa

Today, we’re going to take a look at a brand that likely everyone reading these pages is familiar with – Fossil. I’d hazard a guess that most of us have at one time or another had a Fossil watch in our collections, and for good reason – they’ve got a variety of different styles to accommodate just about any taste, and they come in at affordable price points. As of late, they’ve been expanding their offerings to encompass automatic movements, and we’ll be reviewing one of those models today.

S+arck’s Latest

August 17, 2007 . by John Biggs

If you want high design and low price, go with the S+arck Fossil line. They’ve been doing some great work lately and these odd cantilevered models look stunning. This and another model should be available in the Fall. phillipe starck’s latest fossil watches [technabob]

Fossil’s OLED Watches

July 19, 2007 . by John Biggs

No real info on these guys yet, but Fossil has been playing with OLEDS a lot and here’s some live video of them in action. Product Page

Review: Fossil FX6001 Bluetooth Watch

October 23, 2006 . by John Biggs

I wrote a review of Fossil’s Bluetooth watch over at CrunchGear.com. The watch is cool, very stylish, but it might be a bit expensive for it’s one cool feature – it gives you a called ID readout on some Symbian-based phones. It’s cool, but I’m waiting for the next incarnation. Fossil FX6001 Bluetooth Watch Hands…

Fossil “Kinetic” Automatics

June 21, 2006 . by John Biggs

From TheSportingLife.net – Normal automatic watches usually cost a bit more than $95, but that’s how much you’ll have to part with to nab one of these Fossil watches. Fossil is known for its decent looking watches that are sub-$100, but you’d having an automatic mechanism would push the price up a bit—apparently not. There’s…

Review: Abacus SPOT Watch

May 24, 2006 . by John Biggs

From Gizmodo.com – Let’s get one thing straight. We were about to write off SPOT. The technology, while very cool, has thus far been limited to a few geek watches and weather stations that the average Joe—the guy who might want to wear a watch rather than check the time on his cellphone—would consider picking…