Welcome to webWatchWorld.com, one person's take on the wonderful world of watch collecting and enjoyment! This website provides information about wrist watches and other horological curiosities along with tips on watch repair, maintenance and more.
The goal of webWatchWorld.com is to provide useful information to watch collectors of all types in a clear and easy-to-understand style. The focus is on watches that offer excellent value for the money -- which does not necessarily mean they will be inexpensive. I like all types of watches but concentrate mostly on mechanical watches that are either manual or automatic winding, but any watch is an interesting watch in my opinion!
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It's a lot easier than the trial-and-error method, but there are a few quirks and the software is problematic.
It's also expensive, but getting those inexpensive watches running accurately is a lot of fun.
Read more in the Mumford Watch Timer review.
Two watches enter -- which one leaves?
Read more in the Casio G-Shock vs. Nixon Lodown Tide Watch review.
The Combat Sub is a Glycine classic and a popular choice. Read all about it in the Glycine Combat Sub review.
It also had more than it's share of problems...
Read all about it in my Sturmanskie Ocean Navy Pilot's Watch Review.
The G.A.3 is a nice combination of style and function.
Read all about it in my DSW G.A.3 Dive Watch Review.
The 29er is the textbook definition of the "sporty" watch that works for dress or casual wear.
Read all about it in the Mühle-Glashütte 29er wristwatch review!
If only...Alpha had spent a bit more on finishing, it might have been a contender.
Read all about it in the Alpha 24-Hour Military Universal Time wristwatch review!