Neonos is a team of four industrial designers, who have come together to make a forged carbon watch housing an automatic movement. Called HOLLAND //01, it’s an interesting fusion of modern and heritage.
Luminox RECON Point Man is a light-weight quartz watch with exceptional lume.
The Padron Watch Company offers a lugless, surgical-steel automatic that looks like a DeLorean parked on your wrist.
Vincero has done the uncommon; they’ve caused me to consult the dictionary, so that I can support a conclusion that’s sure to get some comment: Vincero Chrono S Blue is an attainable classy watch.
While we do our level best here at WWR to cover the brands that our readers are interested in – or should be aware of – there are times where some slip through our nets as we trawl what all is out there. One of those brands is Hager. Yes, we have written about them now and again, but we have not focused in on what the brand is offering, nor have we had a chance to go hands-on with anything that the brand was producing. Well, until now, that is. While we are awaiting the release of the Aquamariner to go hands-on with it, we can tide you over with some hands-on impressions of the Hager Commando Professional.
There are Submariner watches a-plenty in this world of homages and replicas, but every one in a rare while, comes a man, a man who isn’t intimidated, and his watch. And I’m talkin’ about the Doc here. Sometimes, there’s a man, well, he’s the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that’s the Doc.
Welcome to the era of Kickstarter watches. With the success of Daniel Wellington and MVMT it’s become undeniably clear that any schlub with a quartz movement supplier and a nylon band can make a mint. And I say go forward and multiply, fashion watch brands, the world needs thee! But that doesn’t mean you should…