When cell phones boomed into prominence in the first decade of the 21st century, it wouldn’t have been a exaggeration to say watches would see a downturn in popularity now that people could see the time easily on their phones — while doing so many other things like texting, calling, swiping, poking and liking. In recent years, though, timepieces have been making a comeback to wrists left and right. Instead.. Read More
What’s a Caliper Slide Rule watch?
Do you need a need a new watch and want to ask Santa to bring one to you this year? If that’s your wish this holiday season, why not go with the most technological watch — and no, we’re not talking about a smart watch with WiFi, GPS, step tracker or the ability to check your Twitter account with the swipe of a finger. The Slide Rule is a watch.. Read More
What Makes Asymmetrical Watches Stand Out
If you were to ask someone to draw a watch, you’d likely come up with similar renderings with circular case and a rectangular band wrapping around. Though the basic outline shape is true for most watches, some stray away from symmetrical design for the watch face. Asymmetrical watches exist in the marketplace as an escape from conformity. One, like English brand Arnold & Son, used their 250th anniversary to release.. Read More
A Brief History of the Rolex Cellini Watch
When a person wants to show elegance, pairing a watch with an outfit might be one option. Rolex is the watch standard for elegance. But which type of Rolex should you go with? While Rolex’s sportier models might get more attention and prestige, the Cellini line is Rolex’s jump into the dress watch line with a thinner and more streamlined approach. The line is named after Benvenuto Cellini, a 16th.. Read More