An Introduction to Vintage Soviet Watches

It’s likely that you’ll begin by looking at timepieces from Switzerland and Japan, which are both popular selections among collectors. Furthermore, we’re constantly reminded that these two watchmaking behemoths played a crucial part in the evolution of the entire watch business, which makes perfect sense. To commemorate their historic achievements (did you know that the […]

Casio adds Wear OS to the latest G-Shock watch for the first time

Apple appears to have been outdone by Casio in terms of innovation. As a response to allegations that Apple was mulling the release of a ruggedized version of its timepiece, Casio has introduced the world’s first G-Shock smartwatch to run Google’s Wear OS, which was previously unavailable. Since 2016, when it introduced the Casio Smart […]

The Best & Worst Of Historic Panerai Watches

It is the interview with Mr. Jose Pereztroika, a knowledgeable Panerai lover who, in addition to being a skilled designer, is also a “forensic watch historian,” as mentioned in the title, that serves as the centerpiece of this piece. His investigation of Panerai has led him to some shocking discoveries, some of which are not […]

Tag Heuer unveils a $1,800 smartwatch that helps you keep fit and look good.

As one of the finest traditional luxury watchmakers to incorporate a high-end wearable into their product lineup, Tag Heuer was one of the first to do so with the introduction of the $1,500 Connected Watch in 2015. A few years later, the Connected Modular 45 (which costs $1,600) was released, and a Super Mario-themed variant […]