Category Archives: Miyota 90X5

introducing: Formex, Watches with Patented Suspension System

Foreword At, we like to discuss watchmaking in the second part of the XX century. A lot of trends have appeared during that era, and their precursors don’t always get the recognition they deserve. In 2010, editor Francis J. had an interesting correspondence with Mister Brendon Nunes, founder of Trintec Industries Inc. , which led to the […]

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NFW unveiled the ViperFish

NFW‘s founder George fox seems very active: besides being commissioned by the U.S. NFL to design a digital watch to be used by referees, he has been busy working on a new collection: the ViperFish. The new collection ViperFish, which has been under way for almost one year now, features a quartz chronograph powered by […]

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introducing: Red Sea watches

As reported by TLex, editor of prominent diving watch blog OceanicTime, the Red Sea watch company went back to the drawing board after unveiling the first photo-realistic renderings of their Six Pounder model. Red Sea’s first two watches, the Six Pounder and the Holystone will both feature the new Miyota calibre 9015, which is preceived as a decent […]

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