Our weekly collection of the best watch content you missed this week, to enjoy with your Saturday morning coffee and donut
Rob Corder / WatchPRO
What? Hmmm… I must have dozed off. On to the best articles of the week.
The Naked Watchmaker (with the assistance and approval of COSC).
An incredibly detailed look at the organization, means, and methods of the COSC, and how it is certifying accuracy and precision of Swiss watches.
Brice Gouldard / Monochrome
Watches and Wonders continues to pick up steam as the heir apparent to Basel World, having already locked down the “Rolexit” and Richemont brands, and now taking on several LVMH brands. Watches and Wonders is happening (for better or worse) this April, as a completely online watch-fair.
Jamie Jirak / comicbook.com
Want one of those compelling and curious Strucker watches that have been featured in the (fantastic) new Marvel show “WandaVision?” Too bad, because they are apparently all sold out – with that said, they were available for the briefest of moments at Hot Topic for the suspect price of $19.99 (obviously no mention of specs, movement, or country of origin).
Ian Michna & Rob Fraebel / Jenkem Magazine
While it has nothing to do with watches, this video of Werner Herzog watching skate vids for the first time, is likely the most delightful thing you will watch this weekend.
Cole Pennington / Hodinkee
A look at the triumphs of CW5 Carl Brashear, the man who inspired Oris’ recent trilogy of LE watches.