In-house movements create a lot of conversation and raise a lot of questions. Is an in-house movement truly better? Is it really worth the markup? Also, is it reasonable to expect watch brands to own every single part of their production—especially when that wasn't industry
If a movement is the heart of a watch, then ETA movements arguably beat at the very core of the Swiss luxury watch industry. The watch world is an intricate, intimate one. And ETA movements play a significant role when it comes to luxury watches.
Before we get to Ed and his watches, we first have to talk about the Cannonball Run.
The original, illegal Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash—or Cannonball Run, as it's commonly known—took place five times between 1971 and 1979. Organizer Brock Yates imagined it as a rebellion
It's the stuff that belongs in a Hollywood film: a family's precious, priceless object stolen, only to return many years later on an auction block. What follows is the family's attempts to return it to their possession through years' worth of legal wrangling. While the scenario echoes the
Cary Grant: one of the greatest actors of his time and the epitome of the well-dressed man. His debonair persona both on and off screen is what has made him a legend. But it’s his subtly and modesty that makes Grant so endearing. Unlike many
You bought your first Rolex. Congratulations! Now that it's officially yours, it's important to know how to use it correctly. Winding and adjusting your Rolex watch doesn't require any tools, but it does require some know-how. Here, we'll give you step-by-step (and visual!) instructions on how
Versatility is a topic that we get so much of in our watch content these days and brands aren’t ignorant to it. In spite of that, the way you build your collection with a varied set of multiple watches can be meant to “fill in
Graduation day is the starting point of the rest of your life. It's exciting (and a little terrifying). You're leaving your comfortable school routine to enter a world of the unknown. It's still a day to celebrate how far you've come and how far you've yet to
The watch community at large is a truly massive network. Around the world, collectors and enthusiasts gather to online forums, social media, and comment sections. And thanks to Adam Craniotes, they also congregate in-person at Redbar events all over.
Craniotes founded the Redbar Crew in 2007
The life of a celebrity is an interesting one, to be sure. They put in the work, of course, that makes them famous, but they're set apart from the world at large. Scrutinized to a degree unlike any other. However, the brands they endorse can