HYT can, De Bethune can, MB&F can, Urwerk can... but ALS can't because they must take the standard - conservative route... sure, it will be something new and non standard by ALS standards, but in the segment of steel sport watches we have at least 16
Whilst the big news regarding UK based horological events was the postponement of Salon QP until 2020, 300 collectors, enthusiasts and a smattering of journalists, plus 18 independent brands, were present in the centre of London last night to celebrate al
Just found out about this show from ABTW... Has anyone gone to the New York one? I really want to see KV 28ti and the new De Bethune diver... It's on May 3-4. Also it looks like Saturday tickets are only $10 with the code ABTW... () Full brand list pulled
your statement that 'a watch should show time quickly' makes me wonder what you would make of watches from Urwerk, HYT and the horological series from MB&F. They tell the time in a different and arguably more fun way. Some might even debate the readab
The last edition of SalonQP has just taken place in its usual place at the Saatchi Gallery in London. This edition marked a turning point for the event: new owner (Telegraph Media Group having sold its shares to Hearst UK), new dates (the show was postpon
I don't know about other watch fans but I really do like the Skull theme on watches. When you consider such a high-end brand like Richard Mille is open to doing these interpretations you are sure to have many others follow. Skulls are here to stay. Enjoy.