Last month, my friend, the legendary John Biggs, wrote about the TACS NATO-Lens watch , and how awesome it is. As you might imagine, John is right. This thing is great, and I’m going to tell you what makes it so great.
In this episode of the HourTime podcast we discuss the value – if there is any value – of the “really expensive watch.” Victor and I believe much fun can be had by buying a better watch but Richard believes, well, a watch is a watch.
Let’s keep the theme from last week going and talk about another porter this week, shall we?
Last month I reviewed the Aquatico Nautilus II diver and really liked the quality of that watch. I wanted to see more of what they had to offer. They were kind enough to send me another one of their models.
Marty McFly: Wait a minute. Wait a minute Doc, uh, are you telling me you built a time machine … out of a DeLorean
When it comes to watches, I have – it would seem – a type.
If you recall, back at the end of last year, I reviewed a pair of socks that vowed to stay odor-free. So, I put them to the test, and they lived up to their claims. While you certainly could try going from the gym to the office with those socks, most would probably want to change things out for a dry pair
When we hear about a watch that will track all sorts of interesting things, we immediately think of something that’s a fitness or activity tracker. Those are very micro-focused, and rely on a connection to a phone
Long time readers of the site will know that there is no love lost between chronographs and me. I mean, sure, I get the utility (if you find them useful) and as complication, they are demonstrate a level of technical expertise.
Basecamp is where you set up supplies and camp before beginning an ascent. It’s also UNDONE’s latest customizable watch