Going Back to the Future With the Hamilton PSR

Hamilton recently announced the return of the Hamilton Pulsar in the form of the Hamilton PSR. The Hamilton Pulsar, released in 1970 was the world’s first digital watch. The watch was revolutionary and was Hamilton’s view of the future. At the time of its introduction, America was fresh off winning the space race and computersContinue reading “Going Back to the Future With the Hamilton PSR”

Entry Points | Roue TPS

Roue watches guiding principle is to bring the great designs of the past into the modern era. They look at designs from brands like Porsche and Braun in the ’60s and ’70s for inspiration and you can see that in their watches. The brand also focuses on making their watches affordable. For less than aContinue reading “Entry Points | Roue TPS”

The New Rado Captain Cook Automatic Bronze

Introducing the Rado Captian Cook Bronze, three new additions to the already popular Rado Captain Cook automatic watch line. The main difference between this watch and the existing automatic is Rado’s use of bronze. But of course, the “Master of Materials” couldn’t use just any bronze, they’re using a special mixture of bronze called aluminumContinue reading “The New Rado Captain Cook Automatic Bronze”

A Watch Built for Two

I recently became aware of the concept of a shared watch. In reading HODINKEE’s “The Watch I Wore Most in 2019” Jason Heaton, Editor-at-Large, talked about his Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe LE for HODINKEE. The sentence that caught my eye was: “Since then, it’s been on my wrist weekly and when I’m not wearing it,Continue reading “A Watch Built for Two”

Hidden Gems | 60’s Sport Watches

This is Hidden Gems, a feature I do periodically on interesting watches that are available to buy. I’ll try to make sure all watches listed are still currently for sale, and I’m also going to try to stick to a loose theme. The theme this week? 1960’s sports watches. Though a case could be madeContinue reading “Hidden Gems | 60’s Sport Watches”