Category Archives: Watch News

A Super Rare Rolex Submariner With Explorer Dial, Being Auctioned In The U.K., From The Original Owner

Rare watches in original condition get harder and harder to find, because many things have changed, such as truly fresh-to-market, highly-desirable. We get more and more excited when we do find them. If you know vintage Rolex, you know how highly sought after Explorer dial Submariners really are – and here we have one that came… Read More »

Simple and Delicate Art Style: Reef Tiger Artist Carved Spiral RT6502 Automatic Movement Watch

For mechanical watches, the creativity and quality are the eternal theme. Reef Tiger Artist Carved Spiral watch uses RT6502 tourbillon movement to create stunning beauty of the craft on the dial, which is a tribute to the watch-making tradition and spirit. Design concept 1.Big Rome hour markers Different from the traditional design, Carved Spiral watch… Read More »

Thoughtful Design: Reef Tiger Artist Geographer World Time with Day Date Month Watch

Reef Tiger Artist Geographer watch conveys the elegant tradition of timepieces. Classic aesthetic design combines with technical performance to reveal high quality and reliability of the movement that the Reef Tiger watch factory has developed. The Artist watches have begun to accept “1000 hours of test” since 2008. The established technical specification during the test… Read More »

Popular Luxury Grand Rounded Men’s Watch: Reef Tiger Artist Royal Crown Watch On Sale

For mechanical watches,  the most important things are creativity and quality. Artist Royal Crown subverts the general watchmaking tradition, the balance wheel system. This is the heart of mechanical watches, is redesigned at the 6 o’clock position, the use of jewels and engraved plates make the whole watch show rich art atmosphere. Reef Tiger uses… Read More »

Fashion Colourful Polar M200 Smartwatch

With a 35-year-long history in fitness tracking and creating products for very active runners, cyclists, the Polar M200 smartwatch is the latest in their efforts to provide reliable training metrics and real-time personalized training guidance. A smartwatch by most definitions is a wrist-worn computer that provides notifications which includes incoming calls, text messages, social media… Read More »

With Breguet In Switzerland, Pt. 1: The Sympathique, The 18th-Century Equivalent Of An iPod Dock

The little table clock, whose name means literally means “likeable” in French, is one of the first pieces any visitor sees when entering Breguet’s manufacture in the Vallée de Joux is a timepiece more welcoming than the Sympathique. It is perhaps the most appropriate introduction to the watchmaker, as it offers a glimpse at one… Read More »

Citizen Skyhawk Blue Angels Review

There Are Capable Watches, And Then There’s the Citizen Skyhawk Here we are with the quartz chronograph that features that handy slide-rule. That’s about where the similarities end, as Citizen has taken the “functional” aspect of the Skyhawk to extremes and I’ve never encountered a non-smartwatch as feature-rich as the Skyhawk “Blue Angels” watch. There… Read More »

In The Shop Introducing The Zenith El Primero Original For HODINKEE

Afew months ago, HODINKEE announced its very first collaborative wristwatch, the Legacy Machine 101 in stainless steel, made with the creative minds at MB&F. The response to this watch – a casual tweak to one of high watchmaking’s most impressive products – was remarkable, with all 10 pieces selling within the first five hours after launch.… Read More »

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso One Cordonnet Presents A Pretty Strong Argument For Tiny Women’s Watches

When we discuss watches we always think about size firstly. Whether you are into a 36mm Oyster Perpetual or a 47mm Panerai, size is a hot topic that people feel very strongly about (especially when it comes to women and the watches they wear). In my time at HODINKEE, I have come to realize that there are… Read More »