Watch Talk

Halios-Laguna

Yesterday Halios posted some very interesting photos to their blog. Seen here, the photos depict the new Halios Laguna which is slated for release in May of this year. The Laguna will follow the massively sucessful Holotype and the BlueRing dive watches. The Laguna will be powered by an ETA...

Linde-Werdelin-Hard-Black-II

While we usually do not cover expensive luxury timepieces, the new Hard Black II from Linde Werdelin is literally too cool to overlook. Linde Werdelin is well known for its high end sports watches that mix instantly recognizable styling cues with high tech manufacturing processes. This new model is based...

Frisland-42mm

Last week, Watch Report received an email from a very kind reader in Iceland who wrote to inform us of the JS Watch Co brand based in Reykjavik, Iceland. JS Watch Co is certainly worth a look on style and attitude alone. The small company only produces 5 models but...

a.b.art-watches

Most of the time I wear geeky watches, or dive watches, but sometimes you just want to strap on something clean and elegant. Via, let us introduce you to a.b.art watches, who have a nice focus on clean, uncluttered dials and reasonable pricing. Here's the blurb from their front page:...

Wenger-LED-Nomad

We're big fans of outdoor and analog-digital watches, and this new Wenger model scratches both itches. It's a men's quartz watch, with an old-school LED digital display beneath the analog hands, adding a compass to the more usual repotoire of functionality. Available on bracelet (model 70436) or red-stitched black silicone...

Charlotte-Jorst

I was recently contacted by the public relations firm from Skagen, a Danish company that's been producing minimal dress watches for many years. Several of my friends wear them happily, so when they offered us a chance to email questions to co-founder Charlette Jorst (pictured) I was happy to accept....

The Most Accurate Quartz Watch in the World

Ever wondered what the most accurate watch in the world is? It's probably not what you think. You might guess a radio-controlled quartz watch like the Casio G-Shock Gulfman, or the Citizen Skyhawk. That's a good starting point. Atomic watches are very accurate if you can receive the radio signals....

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