Guer Man Trace Watch Is Wild And Woodsy

A watch like this upcoming Guer Man Trace is easy to make fun of. I mean it is pretty interesting look, and I see all of the artistic merit - I am sure I would even wear one. But instead of us feeling all wowed by its novelty, we

Gronefeld One Hertz Dune Watch

This "One Hertz Dune" is an 18k red gold version of Gronefeld's One Hertz 1912 Dead-Beat Seconds watch. "Dune" is added to the name and I think the new color tones on the watch really give it a new personality. This isn't just a gold version of the One Hertz,

Greubel Forsey Signature 1 Watch Hands-On

Simple, approachable, steel. These are not words I would have readily used to describe a watch from Greubel Forsey before this year's SIHH watch fair in Geneva. With the announcement of their latest creation, the Greubel Forsey Signature 1, they have packaged their penchant for animation and their top tier finishing into

Greco Hexagonal Nut Watch For True Gear Heads

Watch industry supplier turned watchmaker Stephane Greco has introduced what I believe is his first publicly available watch, with the new and rather clever Greco Hexagonal Nut watch, as part of his Les Temps Modernes family of timepieces. The name of the watch is rather straight-forward, as the case is

My First Grail Watch: Eric Loth

Welcome back to an original aBlogtoWatch feature, "My First Grail Watch." In this series, we ask prominent people in the watch industry about the first timepiece that they lusted after. Today, we're speaking with Eric Loth, the founder of Graham SA, about the grails that elude him to this day. aBlogtoWatch (ABTW):