Hamilton PSR Review

OMEGA made the original moon and James Bond watches. Not my jam. Contrarian that I am, I was captivated by Bulova’s “other” Moon Watch, the Lunar Pilot. It stands to reason that I find the “other” Bond Watch appealing. Enter the Hamilton PSR, a remake of the Pulsar P2 digital wonder-watch of 1972 . . .

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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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Traditional Watch – Last Hurrah?

The traditional watch is going the way of vinyl records. In the same way that only hipsters and wealthy audiophiles spin actual records, hipsters and wealthy horophiles are going to be the main market for traditional watches. Right now, this isn’t a big issue for manufacturers. But it should be. Here are are three trends that show which way the winds of change are blowing . . .

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Ugly Watches On Parade

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But what is that on his wrist? Here’s hoping it’s not one of ugly watches below – my personal selection of the worst of 2020 so far. You may not agree with my choices, but that’s the beauty of subjectivity. To each his own. Here are eight watches I’d never own . . .

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