TSOVET is known for bridging the gap between engineering excellence, and California’s surf culture. Their new collection, TSOVET X End Watches ($200-$400) are based on TSOVET’s love for avionic instruments, and precision designed equipment that were vital to the pilot. The collection features pieces made from 316L stainless steel, scratch-resistant crystals with clean lines and utilitarian coated dials. If you’re in the market for a less expensive minimalistic piece these watches would me a great place to start.
URWERK has just released their newest creation, the URWERK UR-210Y Black Hawk ($TBA). The Black Hawk tells time through its satellite complication display with wandering hour and retrograde minute indicators. It also has a winding efficiency indicator which basically tells you if you’re moving around enough to power the watch or if it’s running on […]