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Bovet Récital 18 Shooting Star

More and more, I find myself drawn to the romantically classic yet highly original brand that is Bovet. This year during...

Presenting The Horophile x DIETRICH OT-H

Proudly presenting my very first but certainly not last collaboration, The Horophile x DIETRICH OT-H watch. My DIETRICH Love Affair If you’ve...

Romain Jerome Batman-DNA Gotham City

The Dark Knight rises again! Just in time for the release of Batman v Superman movie in theatres across the...

Arnold & Son Nebula (Quill & Pad)

For Baselworld 2016, Arnold & Son introduced a unique kind of skeleton watch, the aptly named Nebula. With a nearly...

Angelus U20 Ultra-Skeleton Tourbillon (Quill & Pad)

For their second creation since the brand’s revival last year and following the U10 (you can find my review with...

Louis Moinet Memoris 200th Anniversary Edition

For the 200th anniversary of the invention of the chronograph watch by Louis Moinet, the compteur de tierces (my hands-on...

FP Journe Élégante 48mm (Quill & Pad)

A long, long time ago, I vowed to never review a quartz or electronic watch of any kind, as my...

Ralph Lauren Automotive Skeleton (Watchonista)

Never thought I’d review a Ralph Lauren watch, but the Automotive Skeleton proved me wrong. Inspired by Ralph Lauren’s coveted Bugatti Type...

Should Watches Be Stored On Winders? (The Hour Glass)

A question I often receive from my watch-loving friends and family is “should I be keeping my watches on a...

Two New Dials for the Arnold & Son DSTB

Over the past few months and leading up to Baselworld 2016 that will commence in just a few weeks time,...

Bovet 19 Thirty: A Tale of Two Epochs (Watchonista)

Ever since I visited Bovet’s movement manufacture last year during the 10th anniversary of the Fondation Qualité Fleurier, I have a newfound respect...

TAG HEUER Carrera Calibre 18 Telemeter (Watchonista)

One of the most unexpected horo-crushes for me this year was the Tag Heuer Carrera Calibre 18 Telemeter. I’ve never been...