The automobile or automobile racing-inspired chronograph has become a cliché. TAG Heuer has built its entire business around motor sports watches. Other brands and microbrands – ranging from blandly interesting to frankly horrible – have arrived on the scene dedicated to making the “perfect” motoring-inspired timepiece. What’s up with that? More questions . . .
A large number of watch industry press releases come over the TTAW transom. They read like poorly translated German – even the ones written in English. So when the PR piece for the Krayon Anywhere hit the e-mat, I was astounded by its quality. Although we featured the Anywhere somewhere in our last New Watch Alert, I thought the press release exceptional enough to share with you in its entirety. Enjoy . . .
What kind of watch needs an explanatory video? A Nubeo Satellite Watch (a.k.a., the Wandering Hours). Make the jump to see how the NSW works. Before you do, read the product description below and see if it’s true: a picture is worth a thousand words . . .
In 1995’s Golden Eye, OMEGA equipped Brosnan’s Bond with a blue dial Seamaster. From then on, the Seamaster was Commander Bond’s go-to wristwear. The twenty-fifth film in the Bond franchise marks twenty-five years of OMEGA sponsorship. In No Time to Die, 007’s OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer is suitably modern – and strangely vintage . . .