Ahh… the mysteries of watch collecting are what fuel watch nerds to spend countless hours researching the most minute details. If you have a Victorinox Swiss Army watch that is a mystery to you, then the “Watch Sleuth” can help you find out what model it is and when it was produced. Just contact me to request the “free” services of the watch sleuth. The only payment is that I will get to write an article about it later.
Collecting watches does not have to be a solitary pastime. In fact, it is better when you have friends to share your interests with. Watch collecting has allowed me to meet many new people. This article is about one such connection with a reader named Kraig.… Read the restRead More
What you are looking at here in all its complicated manufacturing glory is a loose dial from Victorinox Swiss Army’s 2008’s ultra rare, limited-edition Airboss Mach 6 Power Gauge, model #241308. The dial was created for a relatively small run of watches that look like nothing else that Swiss Army has ever made.… Read the restRead More
The titanium Swiss Army limited edition Airboss chronograph is no stranger to this blog. It has appeared several times in different articles including “A Rare Pair of Titanium Airboss Watches…” and “Strap Swap for Titanium Airboss…“. This is one of my favorite watches that I personally own.… Read the restRead More
Writing a blog can require me to be equal parts observant sleuth and wide-eyed student. Writing about watches and this horological obsession takes effort. Nobody “just knows” about watches. It takes years of immersion, luck and maybe some intuition too. The mystery Swiss Army watch looked similar to this Swiss Army Cavalry watch from the early days of Swiss Army Ask collectors and they might tell you that they spend countless hours reading articles, watching videos or discussing the finer points of horology with other aficionados.… Read the restRead More