This is not a list of ten watches that you should take scuba diving. No. This is a list of our top “diving style” watches. These are watches that are inspired by the needs of real underwater divers and are amazing to wear. For me, a “diving watch” is a great weekend watch. It can […]

This week, Raymond Weil has officially launched its limited edition Canada 150 Freelancer at the Création Paul H boutique on Montreal’s Saint-Laurent Boulevard. I knew about this watch, a brilliant idea from RW, and I was very curious to take a closer look at it. To my surprise, Création Paul H had a special guest, Elie Bernheim, […]

Raymond Weil is among the few Swiss watch brands that are still independent and family-owned and this year they have reaffirmed their independence by introducing a new model powered by an in-house movement, the Calibre RW1212. It was actually developed and designed by Raymond Weil but it is produced by Sellita. Some puritans might turn […]

Let me tell you about my first encounter with the 41mm Oris ProPilot. I was at a watch collector’s meet-up and the Canadian sales manager for Oris was there with a huge selection of Oris timepieces. I sat down with a beer and there was a pad on the table with at least 20 watches […]

These days, there are so many watch brands popping up with pompous names and epic stories, involving WWII battles, fighter jets, racing tracks and you name it, but their watches are painfully boring, often rebranded AliExpress junk, sold for a hefty profit. These guys will know how to package everything in cutting-edge websites and glamorous […]