Hands-On: Taking The 41mm IWC Pilot's Chronograph Out For A Meal
Just because it can fly, doesn't mean it has to.
Originally published by Danny Milton on HODINKEE, April 20th 2021
Flying used to be romantic. Passengers dressed in their finest threads (and finest watches) to catch a
Blue Dials For Every Occasion
It's a dream come blue.
Originally published on HODINKEE, March 3rd, 2022
This week, our friends in the HODINKEE Shop wanted to highlight all things blue – so they put together a special selection of blue-dialed watches that you can check out right here. We've
In-Depth: The IWC Mark XVIII And Mark XVIII Edition Le Petit Prince
Today we look at the evolution of an icon and how we've arrived at the quintessential modern pilot's watch.
Originally published by Jack Forster on HODINKEE, February 23rd, 2016
I’m sure it’s out there somewhere, but
Historical Perspectives: Ten Out Of Production Watches That Offer A Ton Of Bang For The Buck
These watches deserve to be more expensive than they are.
Originally published by Ben Clymer on HODINKEE, November 20th, 2014
Last year I put together a list of 10 vintage watches that
A Week On The Wrist: The IWC Portugieser Chronograph
The less you do, the more you do.
Originally published by Danny Milton on HODINKEE, October 14th 2020
One of the more unique leading men in Hollywood's golden age was Robert Mitchum. You see, he didn't act in the traditional sense
Six Dress Watches To Carry You Into The Winter Months
End the year in style.
Originally published on HODINKEE, October 28th 2021
It's been far too long, but it's looking like – maybe – we'll get to have a somewhat ordinary holiday season this year. People will be traveling to
Sunday night football. Campfires. The weather is crisp and the leaves are crunchy. There's a mysterious allure to the autumnal air. It's an atmosphere that provokes impromptu outdoor adventures. Go climb a 14er. Find a new fishing hole. Take an off-road detour. Lose yourself in
The day-date feature is incredibly handy. You've got the time, the date, and the day – what else could you need?!
It's also one of the best-value complications out there. Rolex is of course well-known for its take on the Day-Date, AKA the watch of presidents,
Charlie Chaplin, a Silent Film Star
It’s hard to imagine a time when films were silent. It’s even more challenging to imagine a comedy without words. Yet somehow, even in the silent film era, Charlie Chaplin had an incredible knack for making people laugh.
Chaplin first took
History of the Perpetual Calendar Complication
The most basic watches tell time only, but others feature complications. One of the most common varieties of complications is the date complication. A date complication can be as simple as the day and date in a window on the