The Namoki Times
One of the most influential names in Seiko’s history is Taro Tanaka who was the driving force behind Seiko’s global success in the 60s and 70s with his concept, “Grammar of Design.” While most people outside the world of Seiko won’t know the name Taro Tanaka, almost anyone who likes modern watches will recognize his contribution to 20th century watch design.
Watch modding lets enthusiasts build the timepieces of their dreams - but those dreams have to come from somewhere. If you don’t love the same old watches that you see on so many other wrists and you want to use your own ideas with new watch mod parts, modding is the way to express yourself and be creative. Here’s our list of 5 luxury watches that inspired modding dials that you may be interested in - have a look, and get inspired!
Although some people are attracted to watches with bold designs, big dials and large cases could appear unflattering if you have a small wrist. On other hand, even people with bigger wrists also prefer to wear slim watches because they are more elegant, classy, and never out of style. Whether you are into a sporty, classic dress, or robust timepieces, we made a list of the four best 38mm watches that you can wear on either a formal or casual occasion.
The watch crown is a vital part of any watch design, and it performs important functions. Normally, it is a little winding knob that is often out of view when telling the time. Sometimes, it's something completely otherworldly. In this post, we will delve into the realm of watch crowns and discover the top 5 weirdest looking examples out there. These are the type of crowns that you notice first before anything else on the watch!