Biatec Majestic: Slovakian Style With An Eye For Detail

Biatec Majestic: Slovakian Style With An Eye For Detail

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Eastern Europe is picking up speed fast when it comes to creating original, high-end watches which still reside in affordable price categories. Next, to Balticus and Estonia 1918, Slovakian brand Biatec is introducing very interesting watches, and their "Majestic" is one of them. The watch looks much bolder then it actually is, with a case diameter of only 40mm. This is mainly due to the beautiful sunburst dial which Biatec offers in various colors. The sub dial is always silver, providing a nice contrast, unless of course when you opted for a silver dialed Majestic. The case back of the watch is secured with four screws and holds in the middle a coin, made of 18 carat gold. This coin is minted by the Mint of Mincov┼ła Kremnica, which is…
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Vortic Journeyman: Less Vintage, Equally Exciting

Vortic Journeyman: Less Vintage, Equally Exciting

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Vortic made quick work of their latest Kickstarter campaign for the Journeyman series. With this watch Vortic leaves its usual approach, but not its usual charm. For the first time is a Vortic not powered by restored pocket watch movements crafted decades ago by American watch manufacturers like Waltham, Hamilton, Elgin, and Illinois. Instead, the Journeyman series treats its owners to brand new movements, but equally special ones. Vortic is launching the Journeyman series on Kickstarter, with not one model, but three! The first two are housed in a 41mm titanium case in true Vortic style, with the crown at 12 o'clock. One is manual wind, while the other has an automatic movement. The movement that Vortic uses in these two Journeymen is one that doesn't come around that often,…
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