Here’s one that is on loan to me for review that really makes me appreciate the creativity of watch brands on the market today. This is the Superellipse automatic chronograph from Jubileon Singapore. And...
In fact if the Red Baron had worn one he would have been shot down long before Billy Bishop got to him because he would have been busy staring at his wrist!
It’s packing serious value in a classically stylish and functional design, that somehow manages to boast ruggedness, durability and functionality, all while remaining devilishly handsome.
The tales and myths of dragons are many, they’re multicultural and fascinating. They’re portrayed as beasts, protectors, beautiful, large, fierce and brave! Living in caves or behind waterfalls. Well thanks to this watch from...
If you’re looking for an eye catching, functional and rugged work of art to wear on your wrist, then buckle up because this watch is for you.
It’s great! It’s a watch that’s manly, attractive, rugged and capable, and it can’t be classified into any specific category, maybe it’s starting a new sort of fusion design all on its own.
This watch bridges the gap. It beguiles you with it’s classy yet sporty looks and fantastic specs. I warn all you snobs of the automatic movement regime. This watch is coming for you, and when it finds you it will conquer your wrist, steal your heart, and change your mind!
It’s a really fun watch. It’s odd it’s quirky, it’s very well put together and it’s absolutely refreshing.
you probably started with cheaper watches and then worked your way up to the more expensive pieces. Somewhere between Invicta and Rolex you are going to run across these.
Have you ever had the strong urge to NOT own a G-Shock, but sort of needed a G-Shock? Well this just may be your solution.