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Introducing the Ball Watch Roadmaster Marine GMT

In many ways, it can be quite easy to predict what I may like. Does it have Batman or Bob Ross in it? Insert “Shut up and take my money” meme right here. More precisely, when it comes to watches, a GMT movement will immediately grab my eyes. Throw in some tritium tubes, and well, that’s buttercream icing on the cake. Which is why Victor knew he needed to send the info on the Ball Watch Roadmaster Marine GMT my way once he ran across it.

Introducing the Christopher Ward Trident 3 collection

Ever since I reviewed my first Christopher Ward Trident review – 7 years ago – I’ve had a soft spot for the brand, and the collection in particular. While not everything in the collection has spoken to me, they’ve worked to change and update the watches in the collection, and recently, they just announced the latest versions, the Christopher Ward Trident 3 collection.

Oris Aquis GMT Date Review

If you recall when I told you about one of my favorite watches from BaselWorld this year (you can check that out here), I said we would be working on getting in a loaner of that watch to give you some hands-on impressions. Well, supply is tight in the loaner circuit for this model, but we did get to spend some time with the Oris Aquis GMT Date. Read on to see if the “in the steel” impressions lived up to the photos.

RGM makes a new GMT

The last American watchmaker, RGM, has just announced a new partnership with cyclist Richard Sachs to create a watch that blends American design with American manufacturing and true American brawn.

Dive into travel with the Oris Aquis GMT Date

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I’ve gotten to handle a few different Oris watches over the years, some dive watches, and some more aviation focused. Every one of those I came away liking what I saw (seriously, among other things, their textile seatbelt-clasp straps are one of the best stock straps I’ve ever experienced). Well, as BaselWorld is upon us, Oris saw fit to unleash a new beastie upon us – the Oris Aquis GMT Date.

Going back in time and around the world with the Zodiac Aerospace GMT

Zodiac is one of those brands that disappeared for awhile, and now they’ve been back with a vengeance. Sure, they’re owned by Fossil now, but they’ve got a deep catalog to pull from, since vintage reissues seem to be where it’s at these days (works for the car companies, why not watches?) The most recent watch from them – just announced at BaselWorld – is the Zodiac Aerospace GMT.

Dive into multiple time zones with Zahnd & Kormann ZK No. 2

All the way back in 2017, we brought you word of Zahnd & Korman’s first foray into the watch world.  While chronographs don’t really do it for me, it must’ve worked for a good number of people, as the brand has come around with their next version, one that has me rather intrigued.  This new watch is simply named – it’s the Zahnd & Kormann ZK No. 2.

The Christoper Ward C65 Trident GMT – a great candidate for the “one watch” in your collection

For me, there is no questioning the appeal of the Christopher Ward Trident lineup.  It’s how I became exposed to the brand, and was one of the very first watchesI reviewed from their collection (you can see that here).  At the time I reviewed it, the C60 Trident was a perfect fit for my tastes, as I was a big fan of chunky divers, and the Bond-style strap just clicked for me.  At the end of that review, the C60 Trident was my favorite from the brand, and has remained in that position since then.  Today, I find myself drawn to thinner case profiles and GMT complications, so when the Christoper Ward C65 Trident GMT was announced, I quickly reached out to the brand.  It was time to see if something would dethrone the C60 as my favorite watch from the brand.

Globe Trotting with the Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Worldtimer

We’ve covered quite a few watches from Christopher Ward over the years, and many of us here at WWR have become fans of the value proposition they represent, along with some readily identifiable styles.  My earliest exposure to the brand came from the C60 Trident line, and I’ve tended to gravitate towards those.  Well, today, we’ve got a review of a watch that is quite a bit different from the Tridents, the Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Worldtimer.

World trippin’ with the Hamilton Broadway GMT Limited Edition

It should be no surprise to anyone that when Hamilton reached out with a new GMT watch for a review, it took me all of about 3 seconds to say yes.  Now, that said, this is a much different GMT than I’m used to wearing.  So, let’s get into what we’ve got going on with the Hamilton Broadway GMT Limited Edition.