Hands on Review – Megir Chronometer model 2008

Hands on Review – Megir Chronometer model 2008

The Chinese watch industry is primarily known for offering watches with little brand recognition and prestige but a whole lot of value for the money.  Ask the average person in the Western world to name a famous Chinese watch brand and they might come up with a...
A hands on lap with the Helgray Silverstone Blue

A hands on lap with the Helgray Silverstone Blue

Helgray is one of the pioneers of crowdfunded watches with their first watch launching in March 2014 and funding in a matter of hours. Since then they’ve been very successful, following up with 3 more campaigns which have all raised over 100k USD. The...
Hands on review – Classic Rebel Time Chrono White

Hands on review – Classic Rebel Time Chrono White

  I really appreciate new microbrands that have a real history.  Rebel Time of Brooklyn, New York is precisely one of these companies. The company traces it’s roots to Shneur Lakein’s great grandfather Issador, who immigrated from the Ukraine to the...
Wrist Time Review with X-Frame Seer Chronograph

Wrist Time Review with X-Frame Seer Chronograph

  Hey is that an AP? or sometimes, wow you got a Hublot? Those are some of the common responses I got from a week of wrist time with the latest X-Frame Seer Chronograph. Following from their previous successful kickstarter campaign – Vulcan Series, X-Frame...