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Helgray Hornet; A Different Way to do Dual Time

Helgray Hornet 06Dual time complications are handy in the modern world, where we may be traveling, have loved ones in a different time zone, or need to work with colleagues across the country or even further afield.  One way to track two time zones is with a GMT hand, but most of those are 24 hour hands, which requires a bit of mental arithmetic.  Another way to do it is with dual dials, but those are tough to get aesthetically right.  The Helgray Hornet takes a third way, with an internally rotating bezel that provides a second chapter ring.

The McDowell Time DelRay launches with great fanfare


Today, we have  a quick preview of a watch that just recently hit Kickstarter, the McDowell Time DelRay.  Why a preview?  Well, as it turns out, I also have one of the prototypes here on the watch review desk, so we will be able to give you a hands-on impression here very soon.  In the meantime, let’s run down what the McDowell Time DelRay is offering.

Test driving the Szanto Motorsport

I have reviewed Szanto in the past and I really like their vintage inspired line of watches. Cars and watches are two things I really like, but I have never personally felt the desire for Motorsport watches. Why that is, I really have no idea. I am absolutely crazy about dive watches, though. I think one reason could just be the fact that I have never worn a motorsport watch. Maybe this review will help turn me in a different watch loving direction – one never knows!

The Junghans Mega 1000 Worldwide Atomic Watch

WatchReport loves him some atomic watches. Introducing the Junghans Mega 1000 – great name, kind of fugly watch.

Check it out here.

The May WWR Giveaway: Gavox Squadron


It’s a new month, so that means that it’s time for us to spin up a new giveaway. This time around, we have something pretty unique for you, a Gavox Squadron.

REVIEW: Techné SparrowHawk II (Part 2)



Yesterday, we started taking a look at the SparrowHawk II from Techné. As mentioned, this is a chrono watch, and that’s where the uniqueness of the model comes in.  While the major functions of the watch are quartz-driven, the chrono function is driven by a portion of the movement that’s actually mechanical.  

Introducing the Shinola Detrola Radio Flyer

You know me – if Shinola is talking about a new model, well, I?m at least taking a peak. We?ve talked about their Detrola lineup before, which brings colorful designs (and a resin case) to the table. Well, this time around, they?re pairing up with an iconic part of childhood, and introducing the Shinola Detrola Radio Flyer.

Casio adds “city” colors to its Move line

Casio’s G-SHOCK MOVE line got a facelift this week with changes to the GBD200UU-9, GBA900UU-3A,??and GBA900UU-5A models. These fitness models include step trackers, accelerometers, and Bluetooth connectivity to Casio’s MOVE app.

Casio announces an even more rugged PRO TREK hiking watch

Then it comes to watches that survive all attacks Casio’s PRO TREK ranks up there with Seikos, Garmins, and a Rolex encased in concrete. Their latest piece, the PRW3510Y-1, has a brighter, more visible super-twisted nematic (STN) LCD display and a new generation of “Triple Sensor Technology” as well as a solar powered movement.

Going back to nature with the Rado True Thinline Leaf

If you recall, a bit ago I told you that we were coming up to the time where, post-SIHH, we would be seeing all sorts of announcements in the run-up to Baselworld 2018, right?  Well, Rado was the most recent to support that assertion, and today, we’ll be covering off on one the models that was just announced, the Rado True Thinline Leaf.