The Grumpy Collector: Let’s take it one day at a time

There are few things in the watch collecting world that really get my goat (well, if I had a goat), more than multi-day date windows. I’d like to think this trend has already hit its peak and is slowly, and rightfully, declining, but I’d like to help contribute nails to the coffin as much as…

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LifeWatch: On Injuries and Rolex

(Editor’s Note: LifeWatch is a new feature at WATCHA. We’ll explore lifestyle features with a horological twist. Jon Brown is a Raleigh, NC resident and self-diagnosed and untreated Rolex addict).   The problem with being enthusiastic about what most people consider extreme sports is that occasionally one gets into a disagreement with the ground. Now,…

Rant and Review: The Meister Pilot will calm your faux outrage

There’s so much to love about the Junghans Meister Pilot series. The German-based company was really ahead of the whole “reissue” craze when they re-released this beauty a few years back based on a 1950s pilot model. But I chose to review this particular model because it has one detail that people just love to…

Advisor Ascent rises to the occasion

If it seems like many of our recent reviews have been focused on Singaporean brands, there’s a good reason: The island city-state contains a robust independent watch community with several established veteran microbrands. Today’s brand is a newer player in the field: Advisor Watches. Advisor launched its first watch via Kickstarter last year. The Astrohelm…

Comet Chronograph: Vintage pop blazes toward Kickstarter

The way Bhavin Patel tells the story, his upcoming Kickstarter campaign for the Comet Chronograph was born when a 1940s Pierce Chronograph caught his eye on eBay. The quirky appearance instantly stood out to Patel – a vertical bi-compax setup with tachymeter and telemeter, along with conspicuously placed text that flies in the face of…

The Mothership lands with BOLDR’s new Odyssey

BOLDR Supply Co. is one of those brands that has seen a meteoric rise in the past few years – they’ve seemingly scored with each release, offering a wide spectrum of value and options. From affordable quartz pieces to higher end swiss mechanical-powered divers, BOLDR does a good job covering many bases. That goes against…

Going boldly with EGARD

As an actor, Ilan Muallem Srulovicz likes to bring a boldness to his portrayals – whether it’s a recurring role on AMC’s The Walking Dead or a character part on a major motion picture like Deepwater Horizon, the 36-year old likes to bring something unique to the table. He carries the same hunger for non-conformity…