Last summer, we first brought you word of a new analog-digital watch from the guys over at Smith & Bradley. The Kickstarter project was a success, and we are back now to talk about the latest version of the Smith & Bradley Ambush, this time in a stainless steel finish.
When you hear the phrase “digital display”, as it relates to watches, what comes to mind? Very likely, it’s either a very affordable quartz driven piece that you hand to your kids, or it’s a sensor-laden puck that you strap on before heading out to the trails. IWC has another way for you to…
In an earlier post, I brought to your attention a watch you could build yourself. If you’ve already done that one (or just are looking for something to do on a lazy weekend), this is another great (and affordable option).
Watch, that is! To be sure, many of use have likely have thoughts bouncing around of sourcing our own movement, case (or machining our own), so on and so forth. But what about a quartz-driven digital model?
Yes, that’s right – there’s a digital watch with some automatic functionality included. We covered the original iteration of MGS (seen here) back at the end of 2011; they’ve updated the model, and that’s what we’ll be taking a look at today.
It’s been some time since we had Ziiiro on these pages, so it was a pleasant surprise when I was notified by the folks over at Watchismo that a new model had just been released.
It seemed to me like ToykoFlash was a little overdue for bringing another time display-bending model to the market, and then I was notified of their newest one – the Kisai Polygon.