Kobold’s Skeletonized Pandemonium Watch

An American assembled timepiece of unreal beauty and complication

Recently, we were lucky enough to get our hands on Kobold Watch Company’s Pandemonium watch—the first completely skeletonized chronograph assembled entirely in the US, from parts both domestic and international. An automatic winding chronograph movement stands completely visible in the piece, designed by a specialized team in northwestern Pennsylvania. Adventure is at the core of the brand, but this highly refined piece is a step …

Uniform Wares’ New Swiss-Made Watches

The clean, sophisticated, British-designed brand gets an interior upgrade

After much acclaim for their minimalist, refined aesthetic—with innovative flourishes—the London design team behind Uniform Wares watches has upgraded their timepieces to all Swiss-made components. Since launching the brand five years ago, founders Oliver Fowles and Patrick Bek have continued to seek out the highest quality components, which they couple with clean, contemporary round faces. The upshot of their dedication is a newly redefined collection …

True Blue NOMOS Glashütte Zurich Worldtimer

A new vibrant dial and proprietary movement in the highly functional timepiece

At Baselworld earlier this year, we noted the power of brilliant blue dials appearing across many of our favorite brands. One of the most eye-catching came by way of NOMOS, makers of personality-filled luxury watches from Glashütte, Germany. Their latest offering, the true blue Zurich Worldtimer, is an update on a previous model and while it’s the first Worldtimer to sport a blue face, it’s …