Vostok Komandirskie Review The Vostok Komandirskie is a 17 jewel, manual winding watch originally made in 1965 by order of the USSR ministry of defence. The soviet army needed a new, shockproof field watch for their soldiers, and tasked Vostok to build this for them.
Tissot PRC200 Review The Tissot PRC200 is a quartz chronograph watch by Tissot, which is the official watch of the Tour de France. Tissot is an established swiss watch maker, making watches since 1853 and is best known for creating the first pocket watch with
Stowa Antea Review Stowa was once one of the leading watch manufacturers in Germany in terms of production volume. Nowadays, Stowa runs a much smaller operation, but the watches they do produce are made to order for real watch aficionados. With a few lines drawing
Specialising exclusively in Nato Straps, BluShark have a handful of subcategories. Over the last few months I’ve had the pleasure of trying out 3 of the different style straps; the Original BluShark, the Orca & the alphaShark. The Original Blushark is their flagship line, featuring
Introduction As many collectors will know, after a certain point in the growing love affair with watches, one veers into the big leagues and steps up the watch collection with a hallowed brand. These purchases are something we agonise over for days or even weeks.
Hamilton Khaki King Review I have a uniform. I wear jeans, back t-shirts, and diver watches. Sure I may throw on another colored t-shirt, or (may the gods, both the old and the new, forgive me) a suit. But, I always wear a dive watch.
20mm “SB” Black/Gray Bond Milspec Strap from Cincy Strap Works I may have a NATO strap problem. Just may. I’ll admit to nothing beyond that. In front of Congress, I’m taking the fifth. I kind of feel like I have tried them all. And, I’ve
Orion Watch Review Nick Harris made a name for himself within horology by modding affordable Seiko’s. As well as your every day bezel, face & hand mods, Nick focused on hand engraved cases, which set him apart from the rest. Unfortunately for fans of his
Nomos Tetra Neomatik Nachtblau Review Nomos, known for their classically refined watches, may appear a little predictable for some. I got my hands on their ultimate wild card piece, the square Tetra Neomatik Nachtblau, for a few weeks courtesy of the brand themselves, and it’s
Casio Edifice Chronograph Review EFM-501D-1AVEF EFM-501D-1AVEF is pretty important to me because it was my first diver and also my first chronograph. It is a great start though it is not one thinks of when they think of a good start into Casio. Casio for