When we started SHIFTed last year, we began with a simple question: If we could bring the stories of watches that we love to share at Analog/Shift to more people, how would we do it? Our answer was SHIFTed — a platform focused the vintage watch stories we’ve collected over the years.
Author Nick Kolakowski describes how a watch can help shape the characters he writes.
In the 1960s, the Surface Warfare Center developed the 3801 Swimmer Weapons System for the Navy SEALs, a bevy of operational gadgetry that included Hamilton Bomb Timer, a discreet device capable of detonating explosives.
An extraordinary stainless steel 1815 "Homage to Walter Lange" goes under the hammer at Phillips in May.
The e-Crown technology unveiled by Ressence at this year’s SIHH is a tectonic shift in the modern horological paradigm.