Kurono Tokyo has developed a near cult-like following with watch enthusiasts over the past few years. The watches are distinctly Japanese in their design and recent releases have both quickly sold out and shown up above MSRP in the secondary market. The idea, however, is to provide something that is…



Sinn Announces New Lineup Of U50 HYDRO Dive Watches

Welp, I guess my “horological fan fiction” from earlier this year is now a reality. Sinn have just announced their spring releases and the coolest ones out of the bunch have to be these three new Sinn U50 HYDRO dive watches. It’s a heck of a move for Sinn and I think these will be very popular.

Yema Superman Slim CMM.20 | Now Featuring An In-House Micro-Rotor Movement

Yema has announced a completely re-imagined version of the Superman with aesthetic design changes and a big update under the hood that slims things down. Introducing the new Yema Superman Slim with the in-house CMM.20 micro-rotor movement.

Grand Seiko SBGX355 | Is The Snowflake Magic Still There?

Grand Seiko has released a new 9F-powered version of their famous “Snowflake” model for 2024. How does it stack up against the classic Spring Drive original?

Timex Expedition: Fueling Our Nostalgia With The T5K463

Timex has been getting it right when it comes to some of their current offerings. We’ve seen it with the Marlin and there are a bunch of other nostalgic models in their digital line-up, like this Timex Expedition T5K463 I’ve got here. And while it won’t make it as a “one-watch-collection” for me, it’s certainly been one of the most enjoyable digital watches I’ve experienced in recent years.

The New Zenith Chronomaster Sport, Now In Titanium

Zenith has just announced the latest version of their Chronomaster Sport, available with a case and bracelet made entirely out of Grade 5 titanium. It’s a logical, sporty evolution. And while it isn’t a bargain by any means, it’s very competitive when you consider some alternatives.