A MOMENT IN TIME
These articles are my first impressions (plus a hefty dose of history) of watches that I only got to spend a few minutes or hours with. Anything from jeweler visits, brand events or a random encounter on the street. If you're looking for in-depth reviews then head over to Inside & Out.
The Graham Chronofighter Nose Art is a fascinating watch with its left hand chronograph layout and beautiful pin-up girl design.
It's as simple as this; the Junghans Meister Hand-Winding is an amazing watch and you should have one.
The Junghans Form A is the latest watch from the German brand and it's opening up watch collecting to a whole new market.
The Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope accomplishes everything it sets out to be. The simple design is timeless and it has a workhorse movement inside that offers great value for money.
The Junghans Meister Driver is a beautiful tribute to classic cars and for those that love to add a hint of vintage into their daily wear, the Meister Driver is a perfect choice.
The Junghans Meister Pilot is an excellent re-interpretation of a classic chronograph. It's bigger, it's bolder, it's German.
The Meister Calendar is the best example of the German design philosophy that Junghans has to offer and I was lucky enough to have a moment in time with one.
The Rolex Sky-Dweller is a watch that can only look forwards to the future as it has no direct ancestors within the Rolex family. Is the most complicated and lonely Rolex one of the best?
The Tudor Pelagos is the pinnacle of Tudor's modern tool watch range. Inside the first titanium watch from Tudor is the brand's first ever in-house movement. So the Pelagos? Kind of a big deal.