In-Depth: An Exquisite Grand Seiko With The World's Most Beautiful Spring-Drive Movement
"You must pay the price, if you wish to secure the blessing." – Andrew Jackson
Originally published by Jack Forster on HODINKEE, February 10th 2021
The first Grand Seiko, which was released in 1960, used the caliber
In-Depth: Does Spring Drive Have An Escapement?
Of mainsprings and Tri-synchro regulators.
Originally published by Jack Forster on HODINKEE, October 2nd 2020
Not too many moons ago, we took a brief look at some of the most commonly used escapements in mechanical watches. (I actually, and characteristically, went on a
Watch Of The Week: The Grand Seiko That Taught Me To Love Subtler, Smaller Watches
Finding my perfect GS took time. But once I saw it, I knew.
Originally published by Jon Bues on HODINKEE, December 6th 2021
In my experience, time can help you decide what it
One Of These Grand Seiko GMTs Could Be The Last Watch You Ever Need
It's all about accuracy.
Originally published by Logan Baker on HODINKEE August 17th 2021
If you're looking for a watch that combines accuracy and functionality, there might not be a better option than a
Six Underrated Oddball Watches
Flat fours, more Olympic action, and a high-beat anniversary.
Originally published on HODINKEE, January 13th 2022
Another Thursday, another round of HODINKEE Pre-Owned highlights.
This week we've put together a brief selection of six of the more esoteric and fun pre-owned watches to land on
The Two Watch Collection: The Tudor Black Bay 58 And The Grand Seiko SBGK007
One tool watch, one dress watch.
Originally published by Cole Pennington on HODINKEE, May 29th 2020
As a thought exercise, The Two Watch Collection forces us to decide what's most important in a watch,
With the changing of the leaves and the cooling of the air, summer has once again come to a close. While we will all miss swimming and camping it is time to start thinking of family gatherings full of holiday spirit. To go with the
Timepieces from makers that have mastered the art of crafting their own movements.
By HODINKEE SHOP AUG 16, 2018
While in-house manufacturing is rightly pointed to as a sign of quality, it’s a misconception that only the most expensive watches feature movements made in house. Here, we present some
As much fun as it is to walk into a store and look at all the beautiful new watches that were just released, sometimes they do not speak to us in the same way the old styles did. They are not the watch you saw
Think you have to spend a lot of money to enjoy a luxury watch? Think again. While escalating zeroes is a common occurrence in watch collecting, you can still find plenty of bargains in this world. Just check out a few of the watches we've