Chronographe DS-8 Phase de Lune

During Baselworld 2015, Certina unveiled the Chronographe DS-8 Process de Lune for the first time. It's a great example of a dressy "complication" watch that manages to combine an almost beautiful exterior, a dependable quartz chronograph movement that, for all practical purposes, blows almost all sophisticated electric mechanisms currently available on the market out of the water, and a very inexpensive price into a s

GA-100-1A4 Black Red

It was almost an overwhelming, colorful adventure of Casiotopia when I visited Casio at their very massive room at Baselworld 2010. The G-Shock section piqued my interest the most because those Japanese designers consistently come up with something stimulating each year that you wouldn't expect. It was a watch with a surprisingly low price tag this year. Not that every Casio is unaffordable, but given the improvements in Citizen

Oris Complications

The Artix is the latest addition to Oris' elegant "Complication" watch series. It comes with a six-link steel metal bracelet or a leather strap, and it's easy on the eyes. It's a lovely piece that provides a good mechanical annual calendar watch (with a symmetrical dial layout) for a fair price. With more watches like this emerging, I'm curious about Oris' new path in the United States. Since Swiss Oris recently took over the US d
TAG Heuer

Monaco Calibre 6

TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 6 Automatic 2014 Watch TAG Heuer has always been one of the greats to me since I first got interested in watches. The pricing isn't too high and starts at a reasonable level, allowing the brand to appeal to a wider range of customers. Not to mention that their pieces are of incredible quality and that they are a brand with a lot of personality, as shown by the fact that they are portrayed by inspiring