Mechanical Watches---Seiko Mechanical Automatic Watch

A mechanical watch is powered exclusively with a mainspring, without needing electric power. Inside a hand-wound mechanical watch, the movement's mainspring is wound by winding the crown. The mainspring of the self-winding mechanical watch is wound through the movement of the arm which it's worn and stores energy.

Seiko Mechanical Automatic Watch


Jump Hour Watches---Audemars Piguet Jumping Hour Minute Repeater

Jump hour or Jumphour watches also reffered to as Direct Read, Wandering Minute or Digital would be the first mechanical watches showing time directly with numbers. The first good examples were created within the XIXth century as pocket watches beginning having a one-off piece by Blondeau for that French King Louis-Philippe d'Orléans in 1830. Semi-mass production started when Frederick Pallweber invented his first pocket watch with number display - jumping hours as well as minutes.  

Gift Watches---IWC Big Pilot's Watch for Father's Day

With Father’s Day arriving only a week, we thought we’d revisit a mature duo from IWC’s current line-up for individuals searching for a appropriate gift, whether on their own or their fathers. Introduced this year, the Pilot’s Watches for Father and Boy includes two different but matching watches. Don't let yourself be mistaken though, this set of watches are just available out of the box. Past the initial two of matching watches, you can buy additional watches Son's watches, with personalized engraving on every timepiece’s case back, for fathers with multiple children.

Groomsmen Watches---I love Groomsmen Watch

It's quite common practice for bridesmaids to any or all put on exactly the same jewelry pieces inside a wedding, together with matching dresses. This enables these to accessorize, out of the box custom at this type of formal occasion, but additionally keeps the flow of matching clothes. Customarily, a bride can give her party bracelets, both as gifts to be her bridesmaids so that as accessories for the day.

German Watches---NIVREL Edition Héritage Collection

Styling on most German watches is stark and minimalist, following a Bauhaus aesthetic of unpolluted lines and form following function. There's a refreshing insufficient writing around the dials, sober utilization of color and a focus on readability. Cases frequently have straight edges, tilted lugs and beveled flanks. Even going to the inexperienced eye, the DNA of the German watch is obvious, similar to the purposeful elegance which makes that country’s automobiles, tools and cameras instantly identifiable.