At 36mm, the JPT-PW36 is the smallest watch Tsovet makes. It proves an important point: that smaller watches are more worthy than ever.
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If you want to look more Gotham City than goth kid, you’ll have to be discerning about your all-black ensemble. Here’s the gear you need.
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This week in watches: Tsovet’s line of automatics, Mayan timekeeping, Richard Mille in White, German blasphemy and much more.
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Reaching down to deploy the cupholder, you glance through your aviators at the chunky pilot’s watch on your wrist. You’re good for an on-time arrival. Suddenly, you spy a minivan bearing down on you at four o’clock so you quickly disable cruise control and switch into manual mode as you approach your exit. This is…
A little over a year ago we went hands on with the Tsovet SVT-AT76. The watch, a centerfold of modern aviation-inspired design, left us hard-pressed to think of an equally superb watch in this particular segment. With the release of the limited edition SVT-AT76 ($1,895), Tsovet has upped the ante by imbuing their mainstay design…