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Just in time for the 4th, Hemel teams up with the USAF


I know, I know – yesterday, we said we weren’t planning any articles for the holiday weekend. Well, that was true until we got word of this new release coming from Hemel Watches, which is a collaboration with the United States Air Force.

Happy Fourth of July


Once again, it’s time that those of us in the US of A commemorate the birth of our country with barbecue, beverages, and good ol’ blowing stuff up (aka fireworks). Sure, that isn’t until tomorrow, but I think many of us are making it a three-day weekend – so no watch post for today.

Torgoen teams up with Miracle Flights, for the kids


Torgoen, you know. In fact, we reviewed two of their watches a little bit ago (here and here), and their ties into aviation are pretty well set. Miracle Flights, you’re probably not as aware of.

Hands-on with the Yema Superman GMT Khaki


Yes, yes indeed – Yema week marches on! So far, we’ve told you about a very nice vintage-look diver (the Yema Superman 63) and a brand new aviator (the Yema Flygraf Pilot). Now, we’re bringing you a hands-on review from the Superman lineup (and one I hinted at in Monday’s article) – the Yema Superman GMT Khaki.

Wealth. Fame. Power. G-Shock has a One Piece watch if you’re ready to be King of the Pirates


The King of the Pirates has died, and his last words were, “One piece.” Everyone wants to be the new King of the Pirates, including Monkey D. Luffy, wearing a straw hat. But you knew all that, right?

If you did, Casio’s G-Shock One Piece Limited Edition is your watch.

The July 2020 WWR Giveaway: Caliper Slide View MKII OBL


After a brief hiatus, the monthly WWR giveaway is back!  This month, we have a chance for you to win a watch that John recently reviewed, and is still actively collecting pledges over on Kickstarter (fully funded, too!). Read on to get your entry in.

Yema Week continues with the new Yema Flygraf Pilot


As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, this week is shaping up to be a bit of a Yema week. Yesterday, we talked about a nod to Yema’s dive watch past, and now they’re introducing a new model into their aviation-focused lineup, one that goes by the name Yema Flygraf Pilot.

Introducing the Yema Superman 63


While we didn’t initially plan it to be this way, this week is turning out to be, well, Yema week. We’ve got two new releases to tell you about, as well as a hands-on review that we just recently wrapped up. Today, we’ve got the first of one of the new releases just hitting, the Yema Superman 63.

Turn around, bright watch: the BR 03-92 is a FULL LUM beauty


Hello, gorgeous. This beast – BR 03-92 from Bell & Ross – is a $4,500 full-lume diver that shines like a spotlight. The diver, encased in ceramic and connected to a rubber band, features a standard calibre BR-CAL.302. Automatic mechanical in a watch that looks amazing.

Back to the classics with the Panerai Luminor Marina PAM1313


When you think of Panerai, you no doubt have a very specific design in mind. And, if I had to put money on it, it’s going to be something from the Panerai Luminor lineup. At least for me, that’s the design that grabbed my imagination years ago, and now they’re back with a new iteration, the Panerai Luminor Marina PAM1313.