The How-To series sheds light on common tasks for watch collectors. It is a practical guide to the watch collecting hobby. Several tips and tricks included, and you can learn from my mistakes, experiments, and debacles. If you have a question that you want to be answered, contact me.
Even though I have written several articles on the Hunter Mach 1, Hunter Mach 2 and Hunter Mach 3 watches by Victorinox Swiss Army, I still get contacted every few weeks asking how the watch bands can be replaced. This tells me that there is still some confusion on the subject and that it might be worth dedicating another article to the popular question.… Read the restRead More
So How Old Do You Think Your Watch Actually Is? Over the years, I have handled a boatload of Victorinox Swiss Army watches. I am an avid collector who buys, blogs about and resells this brand. The best way to get to know them is to own them for a while, and that is what I do.… Read the restRead More
When I first saw the term EOL on the back of a Swiss Army watch that I owned, I wondered “What does Electric Light Orchestra, a staple of 1970s pop radio, have to do with my watch? I soon found out the answer was… absolutely nothing.… Read the restRead More
Having the right tools always makes a job easier. This is especially true for the watch collector who needs specialized devices that may not be available in the average toolbox or kitchen drawer. Watches are miniaturized machines that require small, high-quality tools.… Read the restRead More