The Autobahn was the first watch I saw from the brand, funnily enough in an Australian car magazine ad, and I just couldn't stop thinking about it. To release something with such a controversial design really was a brave move. A recent release of several limited editions, so called directors cut, with unique bracelets and colour schemes, once again had me pining for the Autobahn and I reached out to ask for a loan of a model. Watch video here.
Much like many German car makers, there is a quiet sense of confidence, more we make products that will survive Armageddon, than any sort of touchy feely warm messaging. These watches are not here to make you laugh, they have a job to do and don’t have time for your puny soft human flesh. You’re welcome to love them but don’t expect a cuddle back. Watch the full video review here
The Sinn EZM 12 is made for medical professionals, in fact it was designed in direct collaboration with doctors and emergency personnel, in particular air rescue services.
When was the last time you read a description specifying features like an easily removable bezel and strap, to wash out bacteria or even blood?
This is a tool watch like no other. Meet the Sinn EZM 12
Living in Australia, snorkelling and diving is in our blood. Taking a deep breath and dive down to see what’s hiding under the coral is a fun thing to do. If you’ve done this yourself, you know what it does to your ears. One of the first things you have to master when learning to dive even a couple of metres down is the skill of equalising the pressure in your ears. Imagine then what kind of engineering has to go into a device that can withstand such pressure!
There is a classic Top Gear episode where James May reviews a Honda Civic. Paraphrasing, he says something along the lines of, “if you come out of a grey office and have to go to a marketing conference on the latest tissue paper, that little red starter button might be THE thing that makes not want to drive into a wall.”
The Hanhart Pioneer Monoscope is no ordinary watch. This is a watch with heritage. And, it has a red button.
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Are you like me and merely diving to 1500 metres is a bit pedestrian? Well, I have some news for you. Say hello to Sinn's U2 EZM5. The ultimate badass watch that will gladly beat up all your other watches.
What is it like to wear, own and use this watch in a normal every day life? Is it worth owning even if the extent of your water activities is snorkeling at 50cm?
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The beautiful Sinn 104. Is it the one watch collection? This is a watch that works everywhere, from the beach to the office. It probably only has one or two weaknesses...what are they?
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What do you get when you cross a German family business with an innovative spirit far exceeding that of many Swiss brands? You get an awesome watch, that's what you get. If terms like ice-hardened steel and self lubricating crown doesn't peak your interest, get a new hobby. The Damasko DA44 is an awesome watch and here's why you should buy one.
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