Lenvino Watch Co., launched in Hong Kong in January 2017, is described by its founders as “a group of watch addicts with the passion and constancy of traditional watch craftsmanship” who aim to “awaken people’s minds about the core function of a watch.”
In 2017, the micro-brand launched its first Kickstarter campaign to fund the World’s First Minimalist Design Rectangular Tourbillon Watch. After 40 days on Kickstarter, it raised a total of HK$ 427,860, resulting in the m...Read more: Lenvino Watch Co. Launches the Lecronos “Race for Vintage” Collection
What makes a watch masculine?
Is it the size? Certain Hollywood leading men might say so.
What about the material? The popularity of heavy-duty titanium and time-worn bronze these days make that a distinct possibility.
How about the complication? I don’t know about you, but debating the virility of a perpetual calendar isn’t a frequent topic in my friend circle.
But what about collaborations, partnerships, and the like? If a watch brand works with Jack Daniels, John Deere, or a...Read more: What Makes a Watch Masculine?: A Review of the Baume Mercier Clifton Club Indian Legend Tribute...
Of the three major Japanese watch manufacturers, Casio, and particularly its flagship brand-within-a-brand, G-Shock, has been the slowest to stray from its high-tech, digital-age approach approach to watchmaking and design and embrace more traditional luxury watchmaking techniques. That changes this year, with the release of the new G-Shock MR-G Special Edition (Ref. MRGG2000HA-1). In fact, the limited-edition timepiece is a rather deftly engineered amalgam of ancient Japanese craftsmanship and...Read more: Solar-Powered Samurai: Casio G-Shock MR-G Special Edition
Patek Philippe welcomed quite a few firsts to its various collections in Baselworld 2018, notably the first world-time minute repeater in its regular lineup and the first perpetual calendar in its Nautilus series. Another one that garnered quite a bit of buzz, and which we explore in detail today, is the first chronograph in its sportiest and perhaps most accessible family, the Aquanaut. Here’s what you need to know about the new Aquanaut Chronograph ref. 5968A-001.Read more: Patek Philippe Introduces Ref. 5968A-001, the First Aquanaut Chronograph
Ever since the brand was founded by two Penn State students in 2013, Vortic Watch Company has been one of our favorite developing companies to watch. At a hotel located right outside the Baselworld fair last month, I had the opportunity to once again meet with founder RT Custer where he showed me his current focus: bringing vintage American railroad pocket watches back to life as wristwatches. That’s right, Vortic, a brand that has made this sort of revitalization its nucleus, has turned...Read more: All Aboard: Introducing the Vortic Railroad Edition
Tudor’sHeritage Black Bay Chronograph profits from a collaboration with Breitling while drawing deeply from Tudor’s own history. In this feature from WatchTime’s April 2018 issue, with original photos by OK-Photography, we give the watch an in-depth review.
Our photographer appreciates high-quality products that have a story to tell – like his Leica camera that’s been around since 1954, attached to a leather strap from Cyprus that h...Read more: Line of Succession: Reviewing the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chronograph