Introducing the Xeric Soloscope Collection

April 26, 2016 . by Patrick Kansa

After what seemed to be a drought of interesting watch-related projects on the crowdfunding sites, we have been seeing a flood of more interesting things cropping up. Xeric (which the guys from Watchismo started up) has been creating watch designs that break from normal conventions, keeping in line with the quirky and interesting designs that they offer on their site. Their latest designs, in the form of the Xeric Soloscope collection, mix in some elements of previous models and bring some new things to the table.

Introducing the Xeric Xeriscope

November 14, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  When it comes to Kickstarter projects for watches, more often than not they are coming from brands that you’ve never heard of before. Or, if you have heard of them, it was from a prior project. Well, that’s about to change, as we found a project that’s from the same team that’s behind a…

You Say You Like To Play With Your Watch?

September 12, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

Well, then, our pals over at Watchismo have just the watch for you – one that looks like it was ripped out of an arcade machine, and slapped right onto your wrist.

The Biggest Watch. Ever. (Maybe)

June 8, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  Well, I did have to qualify that some, as there may be something bigger out there that I’m not aware of.  Until that turns up, though, this 66mm beast will hold the crown.

The Devon Tread 2 Is Coming

May 11, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  It looks like our friends over at Watchismo have a page up where they’re taking pre-orders for the latest version of the Devon Tread .  As with most things showing up on their pages, this is a seriously cool-looking piece.

Mr. Jones Puts It Plainly

March 9, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  What do we use a watch for?  To tell what time it is.  Time, however, is a funny thing.  Generally, we don’t give it much thought – but if you do, then you realize that time is something that, as Steve Miller put it, just keeps on slipping into the future.  This also means 

Set Your Sights On The Sky

February 18, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  If you’re looking for a watch that has a day/night indicator, you’ve got quite a few options.  It could show up as a simple two-color disc, a picture of the sun (and moon), or maybe even just color coding on a bezel or dial to add a dimension to what your 24-hour/GMT hand is…