Here is another pReview, this time, we will take a look at a TOC19 prototype, a Bauhaus-influenced hand-wound watch, the debut piece of TOC Watches from Ireland. It is currently on Kickstarter and it didn’t take long for the campaign to attain its goal. Since then, the interest around this watch keeps growing and I […]

It is my pleasure to introduce you to a new microbrand, DIRENZO Watches with a review of the final prototype of the DRZ_TYPE_250F, their debut model inspired by the aesthetics of the Maserati type 250f. Before the review since this watch comes from a new brand, here is a quick Q&A with its founder, Sergio […]

It is with great pleasure that I’m kicking off a series of Raymond Weil hands-on reviews with a very special piece, the Freelancer RW1212, a milestone on its own. It is powered by calibre RW1212, the first in-house movement of Raymond Weil, one of the few still independent Swiss watchmaking companies. As presented in one […]

A winder has to main functions. First of all, it has to keep your automatic watch wound, so that whenever you strap it on your wrist, the time and the date is already set and ready to go. Then, there another important aspect, it has to look good. You finally nailed that grail, it looks amazing on […]