Amazing Timepiece For Men:Hemel HFT20 Chronograph Watch

Hemel popped up last year with the popular HM-1 field watches. Their clean execution, nuanced case design, and attractive prices instantly put them among my favorites. Today, Hemel opened orders for the HFT20 Flight Series, a tasteful homage to jet age pilot's chronographs offered in two distinct styles and with a choice of automatic or quartz movements.

A Genuine Gift for the Watch Enthusiast The Creux Automatiq Ghost Explorer Men's Watch

Given that T+T is an Australian-based site, I’ve spent a fair amount of time over the years looking at watches from local brands. And I’ve got to say, I haven’t seen a single offering as all-round impressive as this Creux Automatiq Ghost Explorer Watch.

A Look at the Christophe Claret Magicafiore Watch

Only Watch 2017, the biennial sale of one-of-a-kind timepieces to support a muscular dystrophy charity, is just days away.  Off the heels of Paul Newman’s Rolex Daytona setting a new world record sale price of ~$17.8 million, the high end watch market looks strong and Only Watch 2017 will surely not disappoint.  Particularly special pieces from the usual suspects like Patek and FP Journe which will no doubt garner the lion’s share of the headlines.  However, when it comes to truly unique and one-of-a-kind, how about this watch here.  When I saw this Magicafiore (“magic f

Take A Look At The Girard-Perregaux Tri-Axial Planetarium Watch

Girard-Perregaux describes the small, hand-painted globe (so large it needs a bubble in the sapphire crystal) as being a miniature representation of a map from the

17th–18th century. That's a pretty big spread of time in the world of cartography, but I think even the brand can agree that a timepiece such as the Girard-Perregaux

Tri-Axial Planetarium Watch would have felt very much at home back then.

A Complete Guidebook On Casio G-Shock GravityMaster GPW 1000 Watches

Casio G-Shock GravityMaster GPW 1000 Watch delivers inside its defiantly oversized body an extremely small GPS receiver, a state of the art solar-powered quartz movement, as well as their signature Multi-Band 6 technology that allows the device to automatically receive standard time-calibration signal from atomic clocks. What else would you probably ask from this little monster? Make you breakfast?