Structure Thermometer Watch Review

Remember when James Bond wore a high tech digital LED time computer, the Hamilton Pulsar P2? Forty-seven years later you can buy 007’s actual watch, or its modern remake. The former is bound to cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, while the latter runs a grand in the hand. Or you can buy the digital Structure Thermometer Watch for $15 and . . . take your temperature . . .

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Singer Reimagined Flytrack Chronograph

Singer Vehicle Design employees are fetishists. They make their living treating every little knick-knack on a Porsche 911 like an heirloom quality piece fit for royalty. It’s easy to see how that zeitgeist transferred over to the world of high-end watches, beginning with the $40k Singer Reimagined Singer Track 1. And now they’re unleashing the Singer Reimagined Flytrack Chronograph, a watch “designed with the main purpose of reimagining, once again, the chronograph.” Wait. Why?

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Daylight Savings Time vs Traditional Watches

Readers of this site think about watches way more than the average watch wearer. Most non-horophiles pay their watch no more mind than they do a microwave oven. And that’s the way they like it. A quartz watch that you never have to wind or reset? Yes! Power reserve? Huh? Twice a year, when Daylight Savings Time (DST) comes to pass, their quartz watch and the microwave will be given at least a few seconds of undivided attention . . .

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Radium Girls Movie Review

In my last article, I promised to review the recently released 2018 docudrama Radium Girls. That’s not a typo. The movie premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2018,  scheduled for cinematic release in April, 2020. I’m not sure what happened to 2019, but I know what happened in 2020. Thus I saw the film at an outdoor screening in late October . . .

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