I have two questions on my mind. First, when you are speeding around a race track, do you have time to look at your watch? Also, does it make sense to buy a watch to show you own a race car? Well, the Porsche Design 911 GT3 Chronograph is here anyways – no matter what …
Do you like snakes? And do you also like G-Shock watches? If your answer are yeses for both, then you gotta to love the new Casio G-Shock MTGB1000WLP1 Wrist Watch.
Bell & Ross has just revealed a new timepiece that is sure to tickle the fancy of vintage watch lovers. It is not vintage per se, but the Bell & Ross BR V3-94 Black Steel sure has the vintage vibe, with the boon of modern time-keeping technology and materials.
Bandai is celebrating 10 years of Ultraman Zero with two new Ultraman Zero collectibles. Ultraman Zero first appears 10 years ago in December 2019 and so, technically, it is still celebrating his 10th anniversary.
Casio collaboration with Honda is not new. In fact, recently, it had revealed the third Honda Racing watch. However, this latest collaboration is not an EDIFICE and neither is it related to motorsports. It’s a G-Shock GRAVITYMASTER and it is with Honda wholly-owned aviation company, HondaJet.
Never mind if you never thought of owning a timepiece that matches your beloved fast car aesthetically because, Porsche believe that you may want one and therefore, the automaker is offering you to chance to do so.
50 years ago, Citizen Watch Company became the first watchmaker to produce and sell titanium watch. 50 years on today, the watchmaker is celebrating it with a commemorative timepiece.
While the rest of the world is getting the Casio EDIFICE 20th Anniversary Honda Racing timepiece, Japan has this: Casio EDIFICE 20th Anniversary ECB-10TMS Toms’. ECB-10TMS is, of course, a collaborative timepiece with, arguably, one of top racing team in Japan and in the world.
Casio is marking 20 years of EDIFICE with a limited edition Honda Racing Chronograph timepiece. If you have been following, this would be the third Honda Racing watch since the two brands started collab in 2018.
Bear Grylls, aka Edward Micheal Grylls OBE, is perhaps the most recognizable survivalist and TV personality of our time. The former SAS serviceman is synonymous with adventure and exploration, and have had a series of adventure-related product collaborations ranging from paramotor to survival gear like knives to even canteen that we adore so much.