Christopher Ward The Twelve In-Depth Review: The Science of (Relatively) Affordable Perfection

Christopher Ward has gained a lot of attention in recent years by pushing the boundaries of our expectations. And In 2023, the brand did it once again with its own interpretation of an integrated bracelet sports watch – The Twelve.

Why I Upgraded My D. Dornblüth & Sohn 99.1 Watch With A Handmade Ceramic Dial – Reprise

During a visit to D.Dornblüth & Sohn in eastern Germany, Bhanu Chopra noticed a new matte black ceramic dial in the workshop and loved the look so much that he asked the independent watchmaker to replace the more standard silver dial on his Dornblüth 99.1 with the new black one. And he’s very pleased with the result.

Tudor Black Bay 54 vs. Black Bay 58: A Calculated Downsize

Since 2018, the Black Bay 58 has been the star for Tudor. On the face of it, the Black Bay 54 (BB54) is just a smaller Black Bay variant with a few minor changes. Yet, taking a closer look you realise that the sum of small parts makes this very different from the Black Bay 58 (BB58) and Black Bay 41mm.

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph: Let There Be (Sun) Light! – Reprise

What makes the Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph so pleasing is that it offers everything we have come to expect from the Aquaracer collection and more. It comes in a stainless steel case with matte black DLC coating and some extra-special lume to illustrate its sun-loving movement.

Yema Navygraf Marine Nationale GMT Review: For the Love of (relatively) Affordable Design

Raman Kalra has had mixed emotions towards the Yema Navygraf Marine Nationale GMT, but also finding positives I never expected. Over the time with it, the Navygraf has shown him its personality and he has discovered small charms that weren’t obvious on first impressions.

Nomos Club Sport Neomatik Owner Review: The (Near) Perfect and Relatively Affordable Watch for Everyone?

Nomos has found its own niche within the world of watches. It is easy to see why they have gained such a strong reputation by providing unique, Bauhaus-inspired designs and quality in-house movements at relatively affordable prices. In Raman Kalra’s opinion, the Nomos Club Neomatik is one of the best watches in their collection. A perfect balance of what Nomos is all about.

Why I Bought It: Wyler Vetta Beaux Arts Triple Calendar Moonphase Chronograph, a Blast from the Past

The Wyler Vetta Beaux Arts collection’s design language is firmly rooted in its Italian origins.  Love it or hate it, one glance will confirm you’re in the presence of something decidedly different.

Bell & Ross BR 05 for a Week on the Wrist: How it Measures Up – Reprise

Bell & Ross turns its aviation watch “DNA” toward the urban man. Chris Malburg spent a week with the BR 05 with gray dial in stainless steel and has a lot to say about this everyday city-dweller’s timepiece. 

Casio G-Shock GA-2100 ‘CasiOak’ Review: Is it Still Worth Buying?

G-Shock is a sub-brand of Casio that is designed to withstand mechanical stress, vibrations, and shocks. It’s a great affordable watch, but is it still worth buying? Raman Kalra certainly thinks so and explains why.

Lang 1943 Field Watch Edition One: Competitively Priced and Approaching Perfection

Lang 1943 is not a homage, it stands its own ground and can best be summarized as a beautiful tool. The first thing that the team at Lang 1943 got right was the proportions. A diameter of 39mm is spot on, particularly when the thickness is just 8.40 mm. This results in a timepiece that is comfortable to wear, large enough to be easy to read, but not overly bulky that it hinders movements.