The Yacht-Master Is Now Rolex Most Innovative Watch.

Watches and Wonders are upon us, which means we get a bevy of new watches, but none more highly anticipated or debated over than the new watches from Rolex. This year was a big one for the brand, with some notable updates and discontinuations, but none was as significant or impactful as the newest Yacht-Master. ThisContinue reading “The Yacht-Master Is Now Rolex Most Innovative Watch.”

Is the New Omega Speedmaster Professional Too Enthusiast Focused?

On the first “Speedy Tuesday” of the year, Omega announced a major upgrade to the Speedmaster Professional “Moonwatch.” This is a watch that Omega doesn’t update often, and this particular update was the biggest in decades. Most notably, the new reference 310.30.42.50.01.001 has a Master Chronometer certified Co-Axial movement, a new bracelet, and some greatContinue reading “Is the New Omega Speedmaster Professional Too Enthusiast Focused?”

Rolex 2020 Releases

So, Rolex released some new watches this last week. Let’s dig in. I’m not going to get into the weeds with specs and measurements. If you want that kind of article, there are a lot of them. I’m guessing that if you’re reading this take on the new releases, it’s because you’ve finished what theContinue reading “Rolex 2020 Releases”

The Ultimate Dad Watch-Revisted

With Fathers day upon us I figured this would be a good time to revisit this article and the list of great Dad watches. I hope you enjoy and I hope you have a good fathers day. So, you’re a new Dad, or you know one, and you’re in the market for a watch. WatchesContinue reading “The Ultimate Dad Watch-Revisted”

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”