Introducing the Limes Endurance PD – Making a Plain Watch on Purpose?

March 14, 2017 . by Neal Goodacre

Ok, the only thing that’s really plain on this watch is the dial, and why yes, they did that on purpose. So, though I answered my own question, we do have a little more to talk about.  I really like the line of Limes Endurance dive watches(which I talked about here). This new model, the Limes Endurance PD kind of…



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…



Space Tripping with the Geo Graham Orrery Tourbillon

March 10, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

or-rer-y: a mechanical model of the solar system, or of just the sun, earth, and moon, used to represent their relative positions and motions.  This concludes our word-a-day calendar enlightenment.  Now, on to why we’re talking about mechanical models – the Geo Graham Orrery Tourbillon.



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…



Introducing the Obris Morgan Aegis II

March 9, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

Much as with another small brand I wrote about recently, we had a bit of a drought when it came to coverage regarding Obris Morgan.  When news came out about their latest release – the Obris Morgan Aegis II – I knew it was something we would definitely be covering.



Hourtime Presents: Deep Dives, Falconry, and re-examining our bucket list

March 9, 2017 . by Victor Marks

John and Victor talk about Prometheus and Poseidon deep divers, the Urwerk and Macallan collaboration on a flask with clockwork, the very nice Junghans Meister Driver, and Victor makes John uncomfortable by comparing Bell & Ross and Luminox. John thinks he can take on a falcon attack.   Welcome to the HourTime show, the best…



Mühle Glashütte Teutonia Chronograph goes racing

March 9, 2017 . by Jim Manley

Their current focus may be “nautische instrumente,” but the first dials Mühle Glashütte produced were for speedometers and rev counters. That means it’s fitting they’ve returned to the racetrack with this facelift of the Teutonia chronograph. The Teutonia Sport I is a redesign of the German firm’s Teutonia II dress chronograph. The family resemblance is obvious: applied stick hour markers; ~42 mm…