It has been a few months since the last noticeable update to Watch Case. The reason for that is the size of the features I wanted to add to this release. Below is a quick overview of the changes I was focusing on over the last few weeks. I really hope you find them useful.… Continue reading Watch Case, June update
Bookmarking, sorting and search are one of those features I started working on very early. It might seem like a trivial feature and might not be used that often if you collection is small. However, I know for a fact that some of the Watch Case users do own almost 100 watches so having a… Continue reading Bookmarking, sorting and search
Hi all, I was holding off with an official blog post since the Mac version took a bit longer to get approved. However, both versions- macOS and iOS are available now and you can find them on the App Store.
This feature was inspired by one of my users who owns more than 60 Hamilton watches and uses Watch Case to manage his collection for quite some time now. While in my opinion, every watch is unique, sometimes it might be easier and faster if you could re-use the fields structure and some of the… Continue reading Watch Case Templates
The more I learn about watches, the more I realize that inspiration to innovate or to create something esthetically different can come from anywhere. Below is a gallery of a Raketa Copernicus from the 80s I purchased in (supposedly) NOS condition a few months ago. I don’t think that the seconds hand is original and… Continue reading Raketa Copernicus
This is not the most special or expensive watch in my collection, but I wear it every day and it never failed me. Simple and clean dial, rather small case, automatic movement and well.. that’s pretty much it. I understand that this particular style might not be exactly what you would like to wear daily… Continue reading Seiko SNK369K1
For many years, horology was considered one of the most precise and difficult branches of engineering. Reliability, scale and innovation are just the top of an iceberg for companies wanting to produce reliable and fashionable watches with automatic movements. Lots of smaller brands aren’t capable of producing their own parts and in most cases decide… Continue reading Wars from Błonie
If you ever wondered how a watch company could celebrate the biggest international sport event in the world, take a look at Seiko World time from 1964. This piece has been created for the olympics in Tokyo and by design allows the wearer to calculate time around the world. It features one additional hour hand… Continue reading Seiko salutes the man of the world
While wrapping up the Watch Case update for iOS and macOS, I decided to redo the landing page as well. It is simple but you can take a look at all the features of the new Watch Case.
A few weeks ago I was able to find an old Seiko 5 Actus from May 1976. In general, buying watches on eBay can be tricky and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone looking for their first watch or just starting with their new collection. However, if you’re patient and know what to look for,… Continue reading Dressy Seiko 5 Actus