Tissot Announces New Tactile Watch: The Navigator 3000

Swiss watchmaker Tissot lately declared a different person in their Tactile line: the Navigator 3000. It has appeared as a blurry image close to a "coming soon" teaser on their website for quite a while, but now the image is eventually clear, plus some specs and images were released. Before I get … [Read more...]

Review of the Swatch Paparazzi MSN Direct (SPOT) Watch

The Swatch Paparazzi is a welcome and refreshing improvement to the current line of MSN Direct watches. It's not that the present versions from Suunto, Fossil and Tissot are lacking -- in fact, I believe they range from great (Fossil) to better (Suunto) to amazing (Tissot) -- but the Swatch … [Read more...]

Fossil Wrist PDA Redux

Hopefully Fossil is serious this time about their new Wrist PDA: a complete Palm OS (4.1) constructed right into a wristwatch. Actually, I'm sure they were rather serious the first-time they pronounced the Wrist PDA and took "Best of COMDEX" in the cellular apparatuses group almost two years, even … [Read more...]

Review of the Nike HRM Triax Inspire

The Nike HRM Triax Inspire is an easy and solid watch that pretty much does one thing, and does it good. Even though it's furnished with fundamental variations of your typical sports watch attributes, it's primary goal -- with assistance from the enclosed chest transmitter -- is to optimize your … [Read more...]

The 1977 Pulsar Calculator Watch

I came across this timeless while another day doing some shopping on eBay. After 18 bids, it ended up going for $1,125 -- not bad for a to get-year old timepiece. Even though the watch 's almost as old as I am, I had been truly able enough to dig up some pretty fascinating facts with this relic from … [Read more...]

Seiko Sportura SLQ017

There were simply 1,500 made worldwide, and simply 400 of them located their means to the Towards. It's a pity because I believe that is an utterly wonderful appearing timepiece, and I've usually had a delicate spot for Seiko since I labored for them at their planet headquarters in Japan for the … [Read more...]

TAG Heuer Introduces the Microtimer: The First Watch Precise to 1/1000th of a Second

In 1966, Heuer (before it was TAG Heuer) patented the first miniaturized digital timekeeping instrument precise to 1/1000th of a 2nd. Now, 38 years afterwards, TAG Heuer releases the primary wristwatch capable of an identical amount of precision: the Microtimer. Options that come with the … [Read more...]

Review of the Casio GW-300 G-Shock Tough Solar Waveceptor

The Casio GW-300 is strong, useful watch for people that tend to be more fascinated in toughness and ruggedness than sophistication. It's maybe not the final watch you'll actually purchase, or the sole watch you'll actually want, but if you're buying rough, inexpensive digital view, the GW300 is a … [Read more...]

Suunto Slims Down the n3 – Introduces the n3i

It appears like Suunto has shifted their emphasis somewhat with the new n3i. The n3i is a modest redesign of the n3, and my experience is that they have shifted their product market somewhat toward the enterprise user. Both primary differences between the n3i and the n3 are the colour and dimensions … [Read more...]