The Ikepod Seapod

When it comes to intriguing, original designs within the watch industry, Ikepod as a concept is hard to ignore. The pebble-shaped watches have received somewhat of a cult-like status and are considered emblematic designs. But, the company hasn’t had the… Read More ›


The exclusively bespoke Label Noir studio unveils the Time Fast D8, part of a limited edition and its first design of the exceptional table clock designer, L’Epée 1839… More here. It’s certainly clever and it’s certainly beautiful. It’s also 31,500… Read More ›

The Bulgari Aluminium GMT

As the name suggests, the Bulgari Aluminium GMT features a GMT reference time indicator. While keeping the iconic details such as the aluminum case, Bulgari added a modern and practical home-time and local-time display feature to the model… More here…. Read More ›

The Titanic’s Final Hours

In the hierarchy of the ship’s crew, the mail clerks were somewhere in the middle. Initially, they were housed in third-class quarters, and expected to take their meals with that group, but after some protest they were moved, and given… Read More ›

The Instrumentum ref. 1020

The Instrumentum ref. 1020 is built on the principle of functionality and seamlessness. British design, coupled with a resilient Japanese automatic movement, to deliver a stroke of class within your everyday beater… More here. Something about this watch grabs me… Read More ›

The Fears Archival 1930

Created to coincide with the 175th Anniversary of the founding of Fears, the Archival 1930 Small Seconds is a proportional recreation of an art deco watch Fears made in 1930. True to the original, each watch features an original vintage… Read More ›