Hublot vs. Rolex: A Side-by-Side Comparison
Although Hublot and Rolex are arguably two of the top watchmakers in the industry, each brand is incredibly unique. Rolex has been in business for over a century. They take a more traditional approach to watchmaking and focus on classic
Watches and the Military: The Roots
The history of mechanical watches and military use is centuries old. There is documentation as early as the Boer Wars of the 1800’s. The nineteenth century was the era of the pocket watch. You’d find military men using small leather
What do you get when you cross an automotive journalist, with a fairly new penchant for watches, and a horologist who makes his own timepieces and is a lifelong watch enthusiast? Though it sounds like the beginning of a lame bar joke, it isn’t. The
2017 was a newsworthy year in the world of watches. Paul Newman’s Daytona fetched the highest price of any wristwatch at auction in history. The Richemont group was sold to CVC Capital Partners for a hefty sum and Zenith got a new CEO. Lady Gaga
Rolex Side-by-Side: GMT Master II vs. Submariner
Rolex has pioneered the development of tool watches since its early years, specifically within the fields of diving and flying. When intercontinental travel became more accessible and widespread, Rolex created the GMT Master for pilots flying through multiple time
We know that taking the plunge on that first watch takes a lot of research and thought. There's always price to consider. And style. But none of that means anything if you don't know how to wear a watch properly. That's why we're here. How
It happens every year. Father’s Day is right around the corner and no, he doesn’t need another keychain pocket knife or that three-pack of white undershirts you’ve been eyeballing. A great watch is a thoughtful and inspiring gift for any dad out there, but choosing
Let's be real for a second: wedding season is never really over. Sure, it peaks in the spring and summer, but the wedding day could really come at any time. And, while we all know it's really the bride's show, there's no reason the groom can't
Short answer? Yes.
When it comes to watch size and fit, not all watches are going to look good on you. It's important to get that out of the way before you find yourself surprised and disappointed that your perfect watch isn't all a perfect fit after all.
Every guy needs at least one nice watch.
Even those who eschew mechanical watches as outdated technology can appreciate having a watch for special occasions. And if they can't, sometimes you just have to push the point. Which means taking matters into your own hands and