Volmax

Watchbazar was fortunate to review The Aviator Sturmanskie enjoys the prestige of being the first watch in outer space. Russian cosmonaut Juri Gagarin wore a Sturmanskie when he become the first man in space on April 12, 1961. STURMANSKIE NAVIGATOR PILOT GAGARIN SPACE WATCH Sturmanskie watches are…

Of Gods…Demons & Diamonds…

Watchbazar Takes You to some of the coolest timepieces in the same theme. Lets start with the GOD first.  Blanchpain ,they have created a series of unique pieces les Métiers d’Art watches with image of Lord Ganesha,these timepieces are created with Shakudō which is a Japanese term for…

Chronograph and Chronometer

Watchbazar has been asked often about the difference between chronograph and chronometer lets try to explain . Chronograph The term, Chronograph comes from the Greek word for time, “chronos”, combined with the Greek word for writing, “graph”. Early versions of the chronograph are the only…

Basic Watch Care

  Many people do not take the small amount of time required for basic watch care, which can increase the wearing time of your watch . WatchBazar likes to share some basic tips. Consider an appropriate watch for wearing at your specific type of employment….

Chronos Sticky Disk

A gadget that promises to turn almost any regular watch into a smartwatch is being developed in the US. The Chronos pad can light up and vibrate when your smartphone receives new messages or calls. It is expected to cost $99 (£66) when it goes…

Indie Watch Brands

Watchbazar doesn’t dispute or challenge the fact that Swiss make the best time pieces but the world is catching up fast and there are many watch makers who are making some incredible watches lets take you to some of Watchbazar Favorites. Christaaan Van Der Klaauw In 1974, Dutch…

Quartz / Mechanical / Automatic

While many people buy watches solely for their exterior, anyone with a real eye for design will know it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Watchbazar explains …… What is a movement? It is the engine inside the watch that drives the hands around and…

Swiss Movement Vs Japanese Movement

We all own  a few watches which have  Japanese Movements and the others are Swiss Movements. Movement refers to the interior mechanism of a watch that drives the timekeeping functions. In other words, the movement is the watch’s engine. This internal mechanism powers not only the hands,…