Category Archives: Buyer’s Guide

Expensive G-SHOCKs?

Hello there and welcome to the second installment of Room For Squares. In this column, I’ll be screeching in Asperger-esque fashion regarding the merits and demerits of various expensive G-SHOCKs, with particular attention being paid to those timepieces which claim … Continue reading

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Affordable Royal Oak Alternatives

My man Franz did an excellent job tracing the genesis of the deeply desirable Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (click here for the 411). Securing an example for your collection isn’t a lot of laughs – especially if there isn’t a … Continue reading

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The Electricianz Watches

The Electricianz says the Mokaz (above) and its sibs were “born out of a strong desire for creativity in a traditionally conservative luxury landscape.” In other words, The Electricianz are Swiss watchmakers gone wild. While the company claims to operate … Continue reading

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Best Watch for A Suit?

The best watch for a suit is . . . any watch you like. Who cares what watch snobs think? If James Bond can glower at someone questioning his horological taste, so can you. (Note: U.S. License to Kill valid … Continue reading

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Entry Level Luxury Watches: 5 of the Best

Got your sights set on a luxury watch? Something of a stretch? If you’re looking to put a foot on the luxury ladder without [completely] breaking the bank, the major players offer brand magic at an affordable – well, more … Continue reading

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