Timing tracks with the CT Scuderia Scrambler

May 26, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

When it comes to engines hitting redlines and tires spinning to gain traction, Italy is a country that quickly comes to mind. Want a fast car? Why not a Ferrari or Lamborghini? Want something on two wheels? Well, then, Ducati has you covered. If you want to carry some of that Italian motorsport design with…



Carve out some time for Projects Watches

May 25, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

By now, you are no doubt aware that we here at WWR dig into the design details of the watches we learn about and review. One of the many areas of focus is often the dial. With this, we often wax semi-poetically about the various levels and changes of texture on a dial – or,…



Introducing the Maen Manhattan

May 23, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

If you didn’t see any pictures, and I told you another thin (under 7mm) quartz-driven watch hit Kickstarter, you would probably be on to the next article without a second thought. Fortunately, we do have images, and as you can see there up above (and down below), the Maen Manhattan is not your average watch…



No Boys Allowed: new Victorinox I.N.O.X. V

May 18, 2017 . by Jim Manley

If the feminist enforcers at Jezebel or Mic ever get hold of the press release for the new Victorinox I.N.O.X. V “ladies’ timepiece” they will rend their garments and burn the atelier to the ground.  I’ll leave clichés about “today’s empowered women” and “a mad dash across a rush-hour station on high heels” to them. But…



Hands-on with the new Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III

April 28, 2017 . by Jim Manley

The design revolution continues apace at Christopher Ward. The new C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III checks a lot of the same boxes as its automatic cousin, the C5 Malvern Automatic MK III. That means it has a nice slim case (but with some extra finishing), an uncluttered dial (even with two extra registers), and a solid swiss…



Casio’s new Edifice line connects to your phone, your soul

April 18, 2017 . by John Biggs

The future, they say, is here but just not evenly distributed. Luckily Casio’s new Edifice line is full of it. Their two new models, the $300 EQB501XDB-1A and EQB501XD-1A, have all of the standard Edifice tricks – 3D dials, lots of functions – but with a few new surprises. The watches use Casio’s Tough Solar…



Hands On Tissot Touch Expert Solar Quartz

April 17, 2017 . by Ken Nichols

Tissot Touch is a light-weight tool recharged by solar energy with 20 features including weather forecasting, altimeter, second time zone and a compass.