Have you ever heard the joke about the guy who buys a Ferrari one piece at a time? He can only afford a steering wheel so he just buys himself a piece of the car as he can afford them. You can do the same thing with watches! All joking aside, the “wheels” of a […]

This is one category of watches that I absolutely nailed. I believe I own the perfect dress watch on the planet — more on that later. I didn’t even get into dressy timepieces until a year ago. Until then, I had only been crazy for divers, racing chronos and sports watches. Dressier watches became an […]

Lately, I have been helping a few friends search for their first “good” timepiece. This has prompted me to reflect upon my own passion for watches and what they mean to me. Adam pours his time, energy, sweat and blood into WatchPaper. Why? You may have seen Ashton’s story on restoring a vintage movement, why […]

Let’s start by discussing all the things you DON’T get with a Linde Werdelin. In other words, these are all the reasons why a serious watch collector might NOT want add a Linde Werdelin to their collection. For starters, LW is a young brand with no decades-long history of fine watchmaking. In fact, Linde Werdelin […]

TimeCaptain: When did you found Isotope Watches, and why? Jose Miranda: Isotope was created in November 2015 and registered as Trade Mark in the Summer of 2016. The concept behind the brand was created five years ago. Watches have always been an interesting and important part of my life and 5 years ago, Kickstarter was […]