Memorigin Navigator Flying Tourbillon Watch

Memorigin Navigator Flying Tourbillon Watch

[Editors note: As with our last Memorigin review this is one of those watches that is probably bit of a stretch to call it a microbrand. But again, when you get the opportunity to review something like this you go for it, it’s not the sort of watch that comes...
Review – Von Doren Aksla

Review – Von Doren Aksla

Von Doren is a Norwegian watch company founded by Von Doren Asbjornsen.  It began on Kickstarter on December 14, 2016, and as a new company they have really taken off.  Four watches are offered under the model name Aksla, named after Mt. Aksla, which overlooks the...
Slow Watches – A More Basic Way of Telling Time

Slow Watches – A More Basic Way of Telling Time

Slow Watches is a UK based, Swiss made watch brand started by four friends from the watch industry and e-commerce. The Slow Watch line consists of 24 hour one handed watches exclusively.  It’s a different way of measuring time where absolute precision is not...
Review – Sjöö Sandström UTC Skydiver Black Night

Review – Sjöö Sandström UTC Skydiver Black Night

This is the first Swedish watch I have had the pleasure of reviewing.  Most of us probably do not know there are quite a few watch companies from Sweden.  They specialize in a fairly wide range of watch types including minimalist, chrono, sport, fashion and damascus...
Hands On Review – Nodus Trieste

Hands On Review – Nodus Trieste

Photo above by Nodus Watches Nodus Watches is a new Microbrand started in the Los Angeles area by Cullen Chen and Wesley Kwok.  Their first watch is named the Nodus Trieste, named after the Trieste bathyscaphe, which in 1960 went 11,000 meters or 7 miles down into the...