Mechanical Watches

Mechanical watches have movements that are used to control the hand and complications on a watch. These watches need to be wound in order to build power. This power is stored in the watch’s main spring and released to make the watch work.

Here you will find all of our articles on mechanical watches. From reviews to guides to how mechanical watches work in general, it is all here.

The OMEGA Seamaster James Bond Should Have Worn

The OMEGA Seamaster James Bond Should Have Worn

Let's dive into the OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond Limited Edition to find out why it's so special in this week's watch review.

OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m – The Best Submariner Alternative

OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m – The Best Submariner Alternative

The OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m is a, by-far, the best alternative to the Rolex Submariner that you can actually buy brand new.

How to Measure Your Wrist Size for Watches

How to Measure Your Wrist Size for Watches

No matter what kind of watch band you want, it is important to know how to measure your wrist size for watches to get the perfect fit.

The Best Luxury Watches Under $10,000

The Best Luxury Watches Under $10,000

From Rolex and Tudor to Omega and Zenith, we go over 10 of the best luxury watches you can but under $10,000.

What Are Jewels in a Watch?

What Are Jewels in a Watch?

When you hear about jewels in a watch, you may think about diamonds. However, that is not what jewels in a watch are, so let's find out!

What is a Tourbillon?

What is a Tourbillon?

What is a tourbillon and why are they so expensive? I mean a watch shouldn't cost over $100,000 right? Let's find out!

Do You Need A Watch Winder?

Do You Need A Watch Winder?

Watch winders are a hot topic in the automatic watch collection community, doe you actually need a watch winder? Let's find out!

Why Do Watches Tick?

Why Do Watches Tick?

Why do mechanical and quartz watches tick? And do all watches make a ticking sound? What are the ones that don't? Let's find out!