Working with timepiece designs of the 1960’s, the new Rado HyperChrome Captain Cook ($2000) blurs the lines between the brand’s signature style and modern, contemporary fashion. Named after British explorer, Captain James Hook, this automatic timepiece features a 37.3mm diameter case crafted from high-tech ceramic and stainless steel. The luminescent hour’s markers and hands allow clear reading during any light condition while the date dial stands out proudly at 3 o’clock. Water resistant up to 100m and featuring a black ceramic dial, this timepiece is sure to appeal to the most passionate of horological enthusiasts.
The Void V02 Mark II ($295) is an unusual watch for those who are looking for something, well, a little unusual. Although its look portrays something from the 1960s version of Star Trek, it is made from some solid engineering. Based off of their digital V01, The V02 features an analog, Japanese quartz Miyota movement ...[Read More]