Hands on with a Grayton Automatic Dress Watch

April 27, 2017 . by Neal Goodacre

Grayton Watch Co. is a relatively new watch brand that started out in 2015. Grayton focuses mainly automatic dress watches that are well-made and affordable. I am not normally into dress watches, but I must admit that their designs caught my eye. I reached out to them and they we kind enough to send me out…



Baltic Watch Project Is A Must See

April 26, 2017 . by Ken Nichols

Baltic Watch has a time-only and chronograph offering that will make vintage lovers pounce.



A little help?

April 25, 2017 . by John Biggs

I rarely do this but I’d love it if you guys could help out. In my other job(s) I’m a tech guy and I’m working on a new app with my friend Rich. I could use a little bit of a boost and all you have to do is click below to Tweet or Facebook…



Zahnd & Kormann: chronograph me one more time

April 25, 2017 . by Jim Manley

When we announced the first release from Zahnd & Kormann—a Valjoux 7751 automatic chronograph at a fairly reasonable price—we celebrated that “all it takes to start a watch company these days is to be a couple of thirty-something guys from Switzerland. Or Australia. Or anywhere in between. And that is fantastic.” And it still is…



Introducing the Manchester Watch Works Iconik 3

April 24, 2017 . by Patrick Kansa

Today, we are in a bit of an odd situation. Here at WWR, we like to tell you about watches that are currently available, or will be available soon. Well, with the recent launch of the Manchester Watch Works Iconik 3, we’re breaking that mold a bit. You see, with the Iconik series, MWW only…



Hourtime: Apocalypse Real Soon Now

April 23, 2017 . by Victor Marks

This quick episode brings discussions of the future of the watch industry (grim) and some decidedly not grim pieces we reviewed. John talks Victor off the ledge.



Introducing the Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Jumping Hour

April 20, 2017 . by Jim Manley

The Malvern Massacre continues, and this time it’s personal. No watch will be spared in Christopher Ward’s march to modernity; their jumping hour timepiece is the next to undergo a makeover inspired by the C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve. The old C9 Jumping Hour MKIII is one of my personal favorites (which I’m coincidentally wearing…