A Legendary Watchmaker Describes His Greatest Regrets
"All of the things we make will be forgotten eventually. But that’s OK."
Wilbert L. Cooper
Noisey Guide To
The Complete Guide to Meek Mill’s Lyrics About Watches
From 'Flamers' to 'Meekend Music,' it's time to clock Meek's career in watch lyrics.
Eat It, Smart Watch! An Apple Designer Is Selling a $12,000 Hourglass
Art? Design? Who the hell knows anymore?
People Love Modding Old Casio Watches
The timeless timepiece gets a 2017 upgrade.
The World's Oldest Whisky Is Being Poured into a Line of $45,000 Watches
Is the best way to enjoy a 151-year-old bottle of Scotch to put single drops of the near-priceless liquor into exorbitantly expensive accessories?
This Build-It-Yourself Watch from the 70s Was Impossible to Put Together
The story of the Sinclair Black Watch, a digital watch that, for some reason, was sold in kit form. It was not an easy watch to build.
This 200-Year-Old Windup Gun Is Extravagant
Who needs TV when you have 19th century automatons?
What the Rich Kids of Tehran Instagram Tells Us About Iranian Youth Culture
Shameless Insta-bragging or a message of political defiance?
Micha Barban Dangerfield
5,800 Swatch Watches Sell for $6 Million at Sotheby's Hong Kong
Seller Paul Dunkel built up his Swatch & Art collection—one of the world's largest—over the course of 25 years.
I Helped Cure Parkinson’s by Using an App for Four Minutes
Or did I?
Sorry, You Can't Buy This Sweet Cyberpunk Watch
Making small runs of unique hardware is very, very expensive.
Here Be Dragons
Has Smart Tech Forgotten That It's Built for Humans?
The assumption of the tech industry is that <i>more</i> is self-evidently better—more data, more screens, more computing devices, more connections. The trouble is, most problems are pretty simple.