Post image for Easy Winding – Pangaea Q630 Automatic Six Watch Winder

Without movement, a self-winding watch does not live up to its name. Daily wear upon your wrist will keep it going no problem – the movement of your arm through everyday activities will keep the internal rotor spinning, which in turn winds the mainspring to keep the watch ticking. As soon as you leave it sitting on your side table for a few days, the power bank within the battery will drain and your watch will be sitting idle. Read More →

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Zenith was started in 1865 by Georges Fave-Jacot at the age of 22. The luxury Swiss watch manufacturer is based in the heart of the Swiss watchmaking region – Le Locle in the canton of Neuchatel. Born in 1843, Fave-Jacot was an apprentice within the watch making industry from a very young age. In November of 1999, Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (also known as LVMH), purchased Zenith and added to its roster of companies in their watch and jewelry division. Read More →

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Omega is a Swiss luxury watchmaker that originated in Biel/Bienne Switzerland. The official time keeper for Britain’s Royal Flying Corps since 1917, and the American army’s since 1918; Omega watches later became the choice of NASA. Proudly becoming the first watch on the Moon in 1969, Omega has also been the official timekeeping device of the Olympic Games since 1932. An extremely Hollywood friendly brand, Omega watches have been seen on the wrist of James Bond since 1995, former President John F. Kennedy, Prince William, and astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Read More →

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Oris is a Swiss manufacturer of luxury wristwatches which was founded by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian at Hölstein, in 1904. Although Oris made some quart time pieces in the 1980’s, the company is famous for producing only mechanical watches present day. Initially the factory consisted of only 24 workmen, but within a decade of operations they employed more than 300 people in the Hölstein area. Eventually Oris became the largest employer in Hölstein, continually building houses and apartments for their workers. Read More →

Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch

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Fitbit is an American company founded in San Francisco, in 2007. Best known for its line of products branded under the same Fitbit name, they specialize in activity trackers, wireless enabled technology devices, and other devices that measure personal metrics. First entering the wearable devices market with the Fitbit Tracker in 2007, Fitbit is now a burgeoning technology company which just filed an IPO worth $358 million in 2015. Read More →

Post image for Seiko Astron GPS Solar Wrist Watch SAST009G – A Different Smart

Initially founded by in Kintaro Hattori in 1881, Seiko was first introduced in a watch and jewelry shop called ‘K. Hattori’. Created in the Ginza area of Tokyo, the K.Hattori shop was owned by Kintaro, and was later known for selling clocks branded under the name Seikosha. Seikosha (roughly translates to ‘House of Exquisite Workmanship), was later branded Seiko (translates into success). While Seiko’s first branded watches started retailing in 1924, the revolutionary Astron line was not unveiled until Christmas of 1969. Listed at a retail price of a medium sized car at the time (450,000 yen or US $1,250), over 100 watches were sold in the first week of them being available. Read More →

TAG Heuer WAZ2115 Automatic Wrist Watch

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Heuer Watch Company was founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in St-Imier, Switzerland. Quick to develop a reputation for quality and precision, the company quickly became specialists in keeping track of time for sporting events and exhibitions. After being acquired by TAG Group in 1985 (later purchased by LVMH in 1999), Heuer Watch Company officially become TAG Heuer. TAG is an acronym for Techniques d’Avant Garde. TAG Heuer has a long history of pushing the boundaries, as is evidenced by them officially being the first watch in space. In 1962, American Astronaut John Glenn orbited the Earth three times in preparation for the moon mission. Strapped on with a custom made harness on top of his space suit, a Heuer 2915A stopwatch was successfully used as a backup to the mission timer. Read More →

The iconic watch maker, Movado, made worldwide news last year when they announced the introduction of their smart watch line. The Movado design and style, was now in sync with the future. While Movado was clearly exploring new markets, they were sure to not stray from what initially made the company such a success. The Movado 3600350 is styled after the signature Movado shape, classic simplicity mixed in with eternal elegance. Read More →