Draken Peregrine Review

Draken Peregrine Review

Draken is back with a new model release that is aiming high. After the success of the Tugela dive watch, fellow South African turned Kiwi Michael Blythe designed the Peregrine pilot watch. The tool watch sensibility returns and delivers an elegant understated design...
Jubileon Superellipse

Jubileon Superellipse

We first covered the Superellipse from Jubileon one year ago with their first Kickstarter campaign. I loved the design which was both fresh and timeless. Unfortunately as sometimes happens, the watch was overlooked by crowdfunders and Jubileon had to go back to the...
Phoibos – A shining example of the tool watch

Phoibos – A shining example of the tool watch

The Phoibos Ocean Master is a fantastic example of the rise of quality Chinese watchmaking. Phoibos founders Ethan Guo and Emily Feng have set out to offer a solid, reliable, classic watch at a reasonable price to global consumers. The total number of watches produced...
Hands on review – Draken Watches Tugela

Hands on review – Draken Watches Tugela

  What do you get when you make a dive watch in the mountains? If you’re Draken Watches, you’ll get something a little like the Tugela. Dive watches have come a long way since 1932 when Omega introduced the Marine, considered by many to be the first dive...
Hands on review – iKi Studio A Series

Hands on review – iKi Studio A Series

  Quartz micros often get bit of a hard time from watch nerds but I’ve come to realise they serve a valuable role for watch fans. I’ve reviewed many watches here on MBWW but the iKi Studio A Series is the first that my wife has shown any interest in. She...