1. The Seiko Marinemaster 300m and the Virtue of Not Caring

    The Seiko Marinemaster 300m

    No matter the size of your collection, it’s always going to have a few stars. A couple of watches that are often seen at special occasions (though not only at special occasions, for many), watches that you want to wear whenever something important is happening in your life. For me, those two watches are my TAG Heuer Monaco Vintage and my ...

    Updated Sep 2, 2015 at 02:40 PM by Raza

  2. What's in a Watch?

    It’s an odd and unexplainable thing. I get asked it by people once they find out about it. Why watches? What makes watches so damn interesting? Sure, we live in a world where people in my coveted 18 to 49 age bracket say things like “I just check the time on my phone” and “That should have Bluetooth” and “Instagram is totally a verb” (I’m almost completely vexed by people just a few years my junior, really). But at the same time, as people retreat into their digital pocket watch equivalents, ...
About Us
We are an independent and wide-ranging forum for watch enthusiasts. From mainspring to microchip, from Europe to Asia, from micro-brand to boutique - we cover it all. Novice or expert, we want you to feel at home. Whether it's asking a simple question or contributing to the fund of horological knowledge, it's all the same hobby. Or, if you like, you can just show us a picture of your new watch. We'll provide the welcoming and courteous environment, the rest is up to you!
Join us