Field testing the Aevig Corvid

May 22, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

Whenever a brand reaches out to see if we want to take a look at a new watch, I generally start from a position of “yeah, why not?” In other words, the watch is innocent until proven guilty. Sure, there have been some, shall we say, less-than-preferable pieces crossing the review desk with that policy….



Hands on Kickstarter’s Tate Wade Bokeh

May 19, 2017 . by Ken Nichols

The camera-design inspired watch has a Swiss movement in a black PVD stainless steel case and sapphire crystal.



Hands on the Oris Diver Sixty-Five 42

May 16, 2017 . by Ken Nichols

The Diver Sixty-Five 42 is bigger, solidly-simple in its design and function while offering dial colors for almost any desk diver attire.



Baltic Watch Project Is A Must See

April 26, 2017 . by Ken Nichols

Baltic Watch has a time-only and chronograph offering that will make vintage lovers pounce.



Hands on with SEVENFRIDAY Q2/01 Regulator

April 19, 2017 . by Neal Goodacre

Since their first watch release of the P1/01 back in 2012, I have always been intrigued by SEVENFRIDAY. Their funky dials housed in odd shaped cases make all their models stand out and call for attention. Up to now I have only seen them in pictures and had to admire them from afar.



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,…



Hager Aquamariner: Better down where it’s wetter

March 14, 2017 . by Victor Marks

Hager makes a small, but tight-knit assortment of diver-based watches. Whether it’s the Commando Professional, a milsub-homage, or the new GMT Traveler, you can be sure of one thing – the watches are well-made interpretations of the watches they pay homage to… like the Hager Aquamariner. Aquamariner is a pretty faithful interpretation of one recent…