In this episode of the HourTime podcast , we’re joined by Chris ‘Doc’ Vail, and Josh Irons of NTH Watches to discuss homage watches, the Ginault claims by the anonymous DeepDweller, and what they’re trying to accomplish with Microbrand U , a crash course in how to run a micro brand successfully. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes , hit our RSS Feed or listen on Stitcher . We are also available on Spotify and Overcast.
Not all “digital watches” are cheap, electronic, or created alike. Germany’s A
As you may have heard, the Marlon Brando “Apocalypse Now” Rolex GMT-Master Ref. 1675 will be auctioned at Phillips this fall. Brando’s Rolex GMT-Master will be offered alongside Jack Niclaus’ legendary Rolex Day-Date, in the New York auction called Game Changers on December 10, 2019.
Once an apprentice to the revered George Daniels, Roger W.
Grand Seiko is adding a new Spring Drive GMT to their collection.
Grand Seiko created a new version of the Spring Drive GMT, with an 18K yellow gold bezel, crown, hands, and hour indices that will be available for sale starting September 2019. Like previous models, the watch is made of stainless steel, with 44 mm x 14.7 mm dimensions, and a steel bracelet
Patek Philippe now offers the Aquanaut with a chronograph movement. This sporty complication fits perfectly in the company’s increasingly youthful, dynamic collection
While my taste buds have definitely taken me in more of a bitter route with IPAs, it used to be that porters and stouts are where I went most commonly. I’ve started mixing things up a bit – have to keep those tastebuds on their figurative toes – and recently picked up a loose bottle at the shop of the Founders Breakfast Stout. Interestingly enough, as I’ve started exploring the darker beers again, I’m finding that many of them rely on one of my other favorite beverages – coffee – to impart some flavor into the overall profile
Panerai has traditionally been one of the most straightforward watch brands when it comes to color options: the ones most commonly spotted in the wild sport the same matte black dials and large white numerals that were used on the brand’s WWII-era models for the Royal Italian Navy. In recent years, however, the Florentine watchmaker has not been immune to the growing color trends, adding blue, brown, and even green dials to its repertoire.
A few years ago (three-plus, actually) MoVas was very largely on my radar. They had a slew of fun releases, and I even got to go hands-on with one of their watches