Started in 2011 as WatchGeek, WristReview is one of the most widely read watch blogs in the world. With constantly updated news, reviews and critiques, WristReview caters for all levels of luxury from entry-level to Haute Horlogerie. WristReview also covers watch events such as SIHH and BaselWorld.
Oris is well known for making some great looking dive watches. But the brands love for the oceans and seas goes beyond just products and its efforts towards the conservation of marine habitat are a testimony to this.
Ulysse Nardin is well-known for its sophisticated marine-inspired watches but there is also an experimental side to the brand which has led to the creation of idiosyncratic pieces such as the wild and aggressive looking freak.
Last year we showed you five cool watchmakers that produce timepieces in limited production series. Small independent companies are very trending right now and with good reason: the people who work there practise their art with passion and finesse and produce amazing watches.
Pierre Jaquet Droz was highly regarded during his lifetime for the automata he designed and built. These machines could act out a sequence of simple or compound movements by themselves and were powered by none other than clockwork.