Round-Up By Kenny Yeo
Welcome to the very first edition of aBlogtoWatch’s twice a month round up special. Two times a month, I round up the best watch articles and reviews from aBlogtoWatch and from around the internet for your reading pleasure. Here are my picks for the first half of
Rebellion ups the power reserve ante with REB T-1000 manually wound mechanical movement in the watch with the same name (minus "REB"). Through six barrels the movement stores 1000 hours of power reserve. What I want to know is how long do you need to wind the watch, for it
When it comes to cars and watches, there's a definite link. For some brands (be it car or watch) that linkage can be a bit more tenuous, and may consist of a logo swap. For the folks over at Rebellion though, they're taking it to a whole different level. For starters,
The Rebellion T-1000 is a watch (?) that has been around for a couple of years now, but it only happened earlier this year that I finally had the pleasure of seeing it in the... whatever this is made of. Because the Rebellion T-1000 - as if it weren't obvious
In debuting the Gotham versions of the T-1000 watches, Rebellion playfully warns to "lock up your daughters." I am not 100% sure what that means, but apparently this watch that looks like a part that fell off of a Transformer is out to get your girls. Mixing a range of
After Baselworld 2013 day 1 James, Mark, and myself sit around the kitchen table at the Basel apartment to recap on the day and discuss Rolex, Patek, and more from home base at Watchpocalypse 2013.
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