Heuer Monaco(s)

A lot has been written about Heuer’s iconic square “Monaco” watch, which first appeared in 1969 housing one of the first automatic chronograph movements inside. Rich Crosthwaite – who literally…

Heuer Carrera Re-edition

Like lots of other brands, watch companies periodically raid their past for future inspiration, releasing new editions of classic watches or simply lifting design ideas from their back catalogue. Omega…

Seiko World Time

This was a very lucky find at an auction – I’d never even heard of the World Time until I saw this watch online and liked it enough to take…

Seiko Bell-Matic #1

There’s something about Bell-Matics that I can’t help myself but collect and evangelise them. The basic premise is, in 1972 (say), if you wanted a watch which would remind you…

Heuer Camaro

I love Heuer watches – there’s something a little off-piste and cool about them. They’re most famous for the 3 watches that came out in 1969, all featuring the same…

Omega Speedmaster – 1974

Another Moon Watch this time from 1974; it’s slightly different to the 1971 Speedmaster previously shown, most noticeably that the dial doesn’t have a step, and that the 1974 dials…