Introducing the Bear Grylls AIR series
This robust and elegant watch is specified, checked and approved by Grylls himself.
Luminox X Bear Grylls
Bear Grylls is the world’s most recognized face of survival and outdoor adventure, having spent his career in the wild, navigating some of the most extreme landscapes on earth and coming out of the most dangerous situations alive and unharmed. Today, Swiss Made watch brand Luminox is announcing a long-term partnership with Bear Grylls and the introduction of the first timepieces.
Airship to Morocco, or with Zeppelin on the road
Every good man has to have in his pocket… Er, sorry, I forgot that we can hardly have knives with us, not abroad. But what we can and should have is a great quality watch. In the last narrative, I took you to Afghanistan, to the Bagram base. The Zeppelin 7680-1 has become my travel companion and I will now take you to Morocco.
5 Bag Brand You Don't Want to Miss for the Winter Season
Winter is here and with it a new offer from the world's fashion houses: Handbags.
Golden Times for Luminox
The Gold Standard - Since time immemorial, the color used for the highest medals, awards, celebrations of power and achievement, and trophies has always been gold. In the Navy, the trident of the elite SEALs is gold, as are rank stripes and buttons on dress uniforms. Gold symbolizes success, power, and accomplishment.
IRON ANNIE Bauhaus 5018-2 – The German Jewel
The POINTtec family business now has a successful 30-year history of the company. On the occasion of this anniversary, this German manufacturer introduced a new watch brand. The collection is dedicated to the aircraft of the same name JUNKERS JU-52 with the registration number D-AQUI, which was named Iron Annie by the American Army.
Prague - Brayden Meyer won the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS World Championship. Czechs are among the top Europeans
At the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS World Championship in Prague, Australian Brayden Meyer won the final run with nine points ahead of his rival Cassidy Scheer from the United States. Bronze was given to Shane Jordan from New Zealand.