Category: Watch Reviews

22 Jan

The Arnold & Son Pyramid

[caption id="attachment_1732" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The Arnold & Son Time Period hankers back to the time when watches were viewed as scientific instruments for navigation.[/caption] The Time Pyramid was inspired by antique English skeleton clocks and the regulators that Arnold & Sons founders John and Roger Arnold produced over two centuries…
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06 Jan

Girard Perregaux Traveller

It may seem a little strange to mention these watches many months after they were released, however, this is a new website and this is my first chance to do so. I simply love Girard Perregaux. This brand has had many ups and downs over the past century, but they…
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29 Dec

The Arnold & Son HMS1

[caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="244"] This edition of the HMS1 combines a high degree of technical precision with the charm and elegance that is associated with traditional watch making.[/caption] The latest edition to Arnold & Son’s HMS1 collection was created with the intention of paying tribute to the Swiss city of…
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18 Dec

Zenith El Primero 410

[caption id="attachment_1361" align="alignnone" width="1440"] The design of the El Primero 410 pays homage to a classic 1970s El Primero watch.[/caption] Another classic from Zenith, the  El Primero 410 is based on a rare, 1970s El Primero model. This watch pays homage to the original model which was extremely similar but…
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16 Dec

Zenith Pilot Doublematic

[caption id="attachment_1358" align="alignnone" width="1440"] Although the dial displays many functions it remains highly legible[/caption] It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Zenith and it's legendary El Primero movement. I love everything about the rebirth of this brand. For many years Zenith were sitting in the background…
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