Tapping out a tune with the moVas Exotica Incognito Bluey

March 24, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

While I personally find myself more drawn to the, shall we say, more classic designs that moVas creates, I can’t help but to find the crazier stuff (now finding a home under the Exotica banner) at least interesting to consider – and perhaps to dream about wearing.  The most recent introduction to this line is…



His and Hers Hands-on with MJW Colour Venn and Cyclops

March 23, 2017 . by Jim Manley

Precision is overrated. You obviously agree, or you wouldn’t be here reading about inherently inaccurate mechanical watches. You and I appreciate the fact that craftsmanship and style are usually more important than down-to-the-second accuracy. Mr. Jones Watches takes that appreciation to the extreme with two of its more colorful watches: Colour Venn and Cyclops. My…



Get thee to the cheap Tuna Factory!

March 16, 2017 . by John Biggs

I don’t usually post stuff like this but Massdrop has a really nice Seiko “Baby Tuna” on the site right now for $219 – half of what you’d pay on Amazon. It’s got a 47.5 mm case, a really nice black and gold face, and enough street cred to work as your first tool watch….



Globe Trotting with the Hager GMT Traveler

March 15, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

So, do you remember that Hager Commando that we reviewed a bit ago?  (If not, you can read up on it here).  Now that we’re up to speed, you will recall that I certainly did like what I saw with that watch.  What if, however, you could change out the Miyota 9015 for something Swiss,…



The Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton is a double balance double timezone double big double fancy watch

March 14, 2017 . by John Biggs

Double your pleasure and double your fun with good old Arnold & Son! The DBG Skeleton is a beautiful double balance GMT piece with a skeletonized body and a pair of symmetrical balance wheels. It runs a manufacture A&S1309 that is designed and made in house and it’s really pretty striking. From the release: A…



Introducing the Eberhard Scafograph GMT

March 13, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

It really should be no surprise that I was drawn to the Eberhard Scafograph GMT that was just announced, should it?  Then again, why should the addition of a relatively simple complication elevate a basic sports watch so much in my book?  I have my reasons for it, most simply because it mixes up what…



Introducing the Nomadic Empires Collection from – Amir Watches

March 10, 2017 . by Neal Goodacre

We here at WWR have reviewed watches from all over the world, covering releases from a variety of countries.  Today, however, breaks new ground.  The Amir Watch Company is headquartered in Kazakhstan (of note, they are part of the Miami Watch Company, who also owns Stranger Watch Company). Their aim is to bring more exposer to Kazakhstan by releasing…