When it comes to our giveaways, we try to keep things fairly recent – we review a watch, and then if a brand decides that it can be passed along to our readers, we’ll get it slotted into a giveaway fairly quickly. Other times, though, a watch slides to the back of the drawer and…
Here we are for the mid-July edition of Watching the Web, where Patrick or I get to point out interesting watch related articles that we have run across on the net, and highlight the most popular articles from our own site as well. This week, ABTW featured the exact type of watch that made me into a fan of high end watches, Worn and Wound has a nice watch from the other end of the price spectrum, and Wound for Life has an article on the benefits of silicon (in your watches). From our own pages the Mark Carson Ka La GMT, Patrick’s Historical review of the watches of Jacques Cousteau, and an older article on Ingersoll watches were all popular.
Last week, we started our tour through some of the newer Ingersoll models that are coming out this year; today, we”ll pick things up with one of the more colorful models I”ve looked at from them.
And today, we’ve come to the last Ingersoll model that was sent over for review, but it’s definitely been one of my favorites – the Ingersoll Boonville.
Quick – what’s your favorite thing about Georgia? Oh, you’ve never been? Well, then, you’re missing out. When I’d travel there for work,
If you recall, when I started out writing about the Ingersoll brand, I noted that they were the first company to be licensed to create time pieces with Mickey Mouse on the dial. Today, we’ll be having a look at our first Ingersoll Disney piece, a pocket watch.
Today, we’re dipping back into the Ingersoll catalog, this time taking a look at another dual time display model – the Zuni.