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
Just Because: Five Ways To Rock Two-Tone
The love-or-hate option with a heart of steel and gold.
Originally published by James Stacey on HODINKEE, April 17th 2020
With select few exceptions, along my path to a deeper appreciation (read: love) for gold watches, my taste for two-tone watches
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
Elizabeth Taylor: The Actress
Elizabeth Taylor was known for her tenacious personality and her profound talent on screen. But her legacy lives on today through her iconic style. She was a beauty queen and fashion legend who defined Hollywood glam as we know it. Whether sporting
The Man Who Has Everything
Every holiday season, there’s that one special guy on your list who’s nearly impossible to shop for. He’s got it all, or if he doesn’t, he might just go out and buy it for himself. Finding the right gift for anyone
Dress Watch Buying Guide
Like a nice suit, it’s easy to see why you’d want to opt for a reliable dress watch in your collection. “At least one” is what you always hear. Yet, as simple as it sounds, the hunt may seem daunting for some.
While the late Gerald Genta may be the most prominent watch designer of our time, Jorg Hysek could be considered one of its hidden talents. His resumé reads like a who’s-who of the watch world, including Rolex, Cartier, Ebel, Seiko, and others. Clearly, Hysek has
If you travel a lot–whether for business or pleasure–a worldtimer watch is a must-have.
To give you a brief history, the world time complication was invented in the 1930s by an independent watchmaker named Cottier, who gave out his design to a number of watch companies, most
One of the questions we hear most often is a variation of "Which brands hold their value the most?" In an effort to shed some light on this oft-debated topic, we wrote a blog about depreciation detailing our observations from day-to-day valuations. The response was overwhelming,