Category: watch talk

August 13, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

The Fiona Krüger Chaos Mechanical Entropy looks like it could have been named ZAP! or KAPOW! with its attention-grabbing angular bursts comprising the shapes of various components and cutaways. The new collection represents a departure from the very specific image the designer has become known for, with a totally different look that even required development…

August 6, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

Following in the footsteps of Harry Winston‘s previous Z10 and Z11 timepieces, the new Z12 uses the late Harry Winston’s childhood in New York City as a source of inspiration. Here, an arched blue bridge that straddles the central axis of the dial is inspired by the Manhattan bridges that influenced the world-renowned jeweler’s life…

July 30, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

The Gavox roads is a comfortable watch to wear, with the 41mm case coming in at a relatively svelte (for a chronograph) 12mm thick. You’ve got the running seconds at 3 o’clock, chronograph hours and minutes at 9 o’clock, and chronograph seconds being the large, central hand, and a tackymeter around the outside of the…

July 23, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

Designed for everyday and formal occasions, the V1 sports a polished stainless steel case with a 38mm diameter and 10.5mm height dimensions. We chose 38mm as a nod to vintage timepieces that were of smaller diameter than their modern-day descendants. The watch remains understated but noticeable. The movement is held secure by a screw down…

July 16, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

The case of the Tissot Heritage 1948 Chronograph immediately draws attention with its fantastic bombé lugs, but the full package really starts to shine on closer inspection. The overall size of the piece is something else worth mentioning. It’s a rare occurrence for a brand to put out a new chronograph in the 39-millimeter range,…

July 9, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

The A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Thin is their beautiful elegant dress watch. Very thin, as it measures just 6.2mm in height and in this case, with a stunning dial. Without hesitation, the Saxonia Thin is a beautiful and perfect dress watch, but the copper blue dial makes it really stand out. Now, with a…

July 6, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

The Corum La Grande Vie collection is comprised of three pieces, all in 42-mm round cases made of grade 2 titanium, each with a very eye-catching sunburst-effect dial in blue, red or green; the shimmering effect radiates from the center all the way to the flange of the dial, catching the light in pleasing fashion…

May 14, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

The Graham Chronofighter Vintage GMT watch is a modern automatic chronograph and GMT watch with a few vintage influences — all in all, a large timepiece with a prominent wrist presence. The dial is available in a deep, sunburst green, brown, black, or blue — and, like the case, is thoroughly intricate in all the…

May 7, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

Based after the original Sinn EZM 1 which was released in 1997 and is a highly sought after and collectible watch, the Sunn EZM 1.1 watch has some intriguing features and slight changes to the case. The EZM 1.1 features Sinn’s AR de-humidifying technology (which some of the later EZM 1s appear to have had…

April 30, 2018 timesticking No comments exist

When Heuer launched the Monaco back in 1969, it was the first Swiss-made automatic chronograph that was square and water-resistant. Now, they have revealed the TAG Heuer Monaco Gulf Special Edition that specifically recalls Steve McQueen’s role in making the Monaco famous. The Heuer Monaco found fame after Steve McQueen sported it on his wrist…