Traditional Escapement vs Co-Axial Escapement

If you are a watch lover, I’m sure you have heard about the Co-Axial escapement which was developed by the English watchmaker George Daniels. Omega launched their first Co-Axial mechanical movement in 1999. Today it is used in a large percentage of their watches. Omega…

My Top Watches from Baselworld 2017

Baselworld 2017 has been a great one. There were so many new releases from brands who usually don’t get much attention. There were tons of vintage re-issues, simple time-only watches etc. I loved most of it! However, some of the bigger brands have really disappointed…

Top 5 Dress Watches on a Budget

Dress watches are definitely not the most popular genre of watches. Most people prefer sporty watches like dive watches, pilot’s watches, chronographs etc., but I believe that everyone should have at least 1 dress watch in their collection. Here are my top 5 dress watches…

Alton Brown’s obsession with Vintage Watches

I’m not really the type of guy who loves cooking or watching cooking shows on TV. I cook because I have to, not because I want to. However, there is 1 celebrity chef who I can watch for hours and hours. Alton Brown is not…

Top 10 Mechanical Chronographs

Of all the complications in mechanical watches, my favourite is definitely the Chronograph. It’s one of the only complications where you can push a button and then something actually happens on the dial! In my opinion it’s one of the most useful complications in every day…