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Introducing the Astor + Banks Sea Ranger

A few years back, there was a small explosion of watch brands starting up in and around Chicago. It was…

Patrick Kansa

Introducing the Christopher Ward Trident 3 collection

Ever since I reviewed my first Christopher Ward Trident review - 7 years ago - I’ve had a soft spot…

Patrick Kansa

Going old school with the Mido Multifort Patrimony

When you hear the name “Mido Multifort”, what are you picturing? For me, that calls to mind a watch design…

Patrick Kansa

The May 2019 WWR Giveaway: a Jon Oscar Vanguard

So, remember how we brought you word of a new brand doing interesting things with a circle motif? If not,…

Patrick Kansa

Timex brings it all back home

Timex used to take a licking and keep on ticking. Now, it seems, Timex takes $20 at a drug store…

John Biggs

Hands on with the Davosa Neoteric Pilot

Davosa has some really nice, well-made watches. I have had a chance to review several of them, and have been…

Neal Goodacre

The Fitbit Inspire is taking the One’s place

As I’ve mentioned from time to time, I’ve not particularly found a use case for a smartwatch in my life.…

Patrick Kansa

Oris Aquis GMT Date Review

If you recall when I told you about one of my favorite watches from BaselWorld this year (you can check…

Patrick Kansa

Kickstarting the Echo/Neutra Averau Collection

When it comes to Kickstarter watches, we've said it time and time again - we just want to see something…

Patrick Kansa

Reviewing the Larsen & Eriksen A37 Triple Copper

When it comes to watches - or most anything, for that matter - the term “minimalism” is overused, and has…

Patrick Kansa