Tag: Reviewing

Basic Breitling: Reviewing the New-Look Breitling Colt

Breitling’s new take on the decades-old Colt is true to the original, with features that have become hallmarks of the brand. Here’s a hands-on review of the new-look Breitling Colt. Breitling revamped its entry-level Colt collection last year with a firm nod to the original series, introduced in the 1980s. Like the Chronomat and the

Out of This World: Reviewing the Seiko Astron GPS Watch

Read WatchTime’s in-depth review of the Seiko Astron GPS solar watch, an analog, solar-powered watch that receives GPS satellite signals and adjusts to the precise local time anywhere on Earth, with original photographs by Robert Atkinson.

Reviewing the Swatch Sistem51

The Swatch Sistem51 is certainly the cheapest watch we’ve ever reviewed on Monochrome-Watches.com, and we are doing it without any shame or regrets. Why? Because the Swatch Sistem51 is clearly one of the most important new watches of the last 10 years. Like the first Swatch watch in 1983, this new automatic watch is a

Power Play: Reviewing the Hublot King Power Unico All Black

With the launch of its Unico movement, Hublot became a manufacture. In this in-depth review we find out how the Unico performs inside the brand’s King Power Unico All Black. Scroll down to read the full article, with stunning visuals by Zuckerfabrik Fotodesign. Click on the pictures for larger images. Hublot’s path to manufacture status was

Borrowed Time: Reviewing the Armin Strom Gravity Date Air

For a relatively young brand, Armin Strom has, in rather short order, joined the ranks of watch manufacturers — like Panerai and Richard Mille — whose products are identifiable across the room. There is a definite Armin Strom “look,” owing largely to the brand’s focus on skeletonization, the specialty of the brand’s founder and namesake,