Breguet, one of the original aerospace watch brands and one of the coolest manufacturers on the planet, has announced the availability of the Type XXI 3817, a new flyback chrono with slate-grey dial and a beautifully finished case.
Have you ever sat down on a park bench, drinking in the afternoon sun, and thought “The world needs now is another crowdfunded racing-styled quartz chronograph?” Well you’re in luck. Manchester Watch Works comes to us from Manchester, Vermont and their latest piece, the Morgan, is handsome and actually quite nicely designed. Based on 1960s…
When it comes to chronographs there are two schools of thought. One school focuses on the platonic ideal, the watch the catapults you to the moon, dark-faced and simple. The other school loves the idea of the chronograph as robot, full of odd dials, weird movements, and four more buttons than needed. The Mercer Brigadier Chrono sits firmly and handsomely in the first camp.
Today, we’re continuing our tour through the Bomberg catalog. While yesterday we saw the more conventially-styled Maven, today brings us to the boldest piece, the bullhead 1968 chronograph.
So, the other day (see here) when I brought up the Touch of Modern sale on Skywatch, I said a review was forthcoming. That day is finally here.
Over the last year or so, I’ve brought a few different reviews to on various Margrette models – and I’ve liked what I’ve seen, combining great style and technology at a nice price. What could make one of these watches even more of a deal? Read on to find out…
Yesterday, we started taking a look at the Air Stryk from our friends over at MTM. We gave a basic rundown of all (and there’s a lot of it) the functions in the watch; today, we’ll start off by having a look at the strap.