Australian watch manufacturer Haigh and Hastings launches a new website in anticipation of it’s M2 diver watch. You can now go to the site and customize an M2 diver with choice of colored bezel and rubber or leather strap. The Haigh and Hastings M2 sells for A$588.00.

Check out the site now HERE


Minuteman watch Co. makes U.S. assembled watches that are well made. The brand mission is to help veterans by donating 25% of sales to charity that assists veterans and their families. Minuteman watch Co. will contract Lum-Tec to make the watches in Ohio and provide warranty support.

Minuteman watch Co. watches retail for $599 and feature Sapphire Crystal, Swiss made Ronda Quartz movement, 43mm case, 200M water resistance and more.

Check out Minuteman watches HERE


John Evans presents handmade hardwood Watch display boxes as well as bespoke watch boxes. If you want to display your timepieces in the best light then the John Evans handmade hardwood Watch display boxes will be a great buy.


Instead of conventional cushions and slots, John Evans makes individual ‘display stands’. Each of these can be removed and placed outside the box to display an individual watch, without any fear of damaging the watch.

Prices range from £580 to £875 for it’s two cases with bespoke you need to inquire. Check out the handmade watch display boxes HERE


Oris is by far my favorite watch brand and the company hit a milestone of 1 million Facebook likes. The company gave away 3 Oris ProDiver Wall clocks to celebrate the moment. Kenneth Solbjerg, Ian Brodski, and Pat Smith were the winners of the contest.

Congrats to Oris and the winners of the new wall clocks.

via Oris Facebook page HERE


Banugat is a new watch company looking for £10,000 in funding for their first watch. A unique concept with their watches is that you can trade in older Banugat watches in a few years for a discount on a new model watch. With Banugat your customer loyalty will allow you to continue to get the latest and greatest watches from the company.


Specs

Movement: Miyota os20‏
Water Resistance: 5ATM‏
Case Material: High quality 316L stainless steel‏
Glass: Sapphire crystal glass (Highly resistant to scratches)
Face Diameter: 34.5mm‏
Case Diameter: 45mm‏
Case Thickness: 14.5mm (including case back glass)
Warranty: 2years




Banugat offers the watches in Yellow Gold, Silver and Black. The watches certainly look great and fashionable. You can preorder your own watch for £120 + shipping HERE



Hvitsten Timepieces, a newly founded watch company based out of Norway is producing a limited edition timepiece. The Aurora is the first model to debut. Recently the company started taking preorder through Indiegogo. Aurora is being offered as a limited edition of 350 pieces worldwide.

The Aurora watch will feature the Automatic Miyota 9015 movement and is only $229 through the Indiegogo campaign. The company has recently signed a sponsorship agreement with rising Norwegian motorsport star Tommy Østgaard. The special Tommy Østgaard edition will be limited to 50 pieces at $255.

The Hvitsten Timepieces Aurora is quite a good looking timepiece and the price is very fair for a luxury watch. Check out the Indiegogo campaign HERE


ArtyA has created a new watch especially for the Halloween holiday. The watch features real blood on the dial to confront the power of death.

The Son of Sound pays tribute to the world of music, especially Rock. The watch case is shaped like a head of a guitar. The Son of Sound has gold hand-stretched strings, large time & date window indicators.

The watch tuning pegs activate the Swiss Mad Woodstock chronograph movement made by Concepto. It also features 28’800 vibrations a minutes.

via ArtyA


Indiana based Visitor Watch Company is gearing up for it’s Kickstarter project coming up the end of October/early November. The company is off to a good start being featured on Watchuseek, Fratelleo watches, Crave Object, The Time Bum, Worn & Wound and several other watch blogs. The micro-brand is trying to bring something fresh to the market with it’s first release.



The Calligraph Duneshore will be priced around $600 USD price according to founder Phil Rodenbeck. The unique case has people buzzing about the watch on watch forums and blogs. It is something we have not seen before and one inspired by sand dunes. The curved caseback was inspired by The Bean landmark in Chicago. The buckle continues the shape of the case to create a complete design focused on originality.


The Duneshore features beefy specs such as 44mm case with 11.75mm thickness, Miyota 9015 Japanese Automatic movement, Sandwich Dial with Applied Indices, 100M water resistance with screw down crown, and 2.5mm thick Sapphire Crystal with underside Anti-Reflective Coating. The polished case gives the watch a dressy feel while the strap and 44mm case give it a casual feel.


The CALLIGRAPH DUNESHORE is truly one the most anticipated watches to launch on the Kickstarter platform. I believe the watch has high potential of breaking new records in funding. The Visitor Watch Company Calligraph Duneshore is a home-run and the only question is how fast can I get one in my hands.

Check out Visitor Watch Company HERE and Facebook page for updates HERE