Very informative magazine, I don't really know why I'm giving it 4 stars, may be I'm waiting for something better. In reality is worth to order a subscription, if you love watches you'll love this magazine.
I am somewhat of an unordinary child. Growing up, I always used to read about watches and movements from magazines around the house. About a while back, I picked up an issue of watch time and absolutely fell in love. They covered many watches in the affordable range and also gave me us an inside look at the very prestigious brands that I could never afford, but it was nice to get a glimpse of the work of arts. It was very well balanced, many articles for every collector. However, recently the issues have shifted towards the luxury brands and completely ditched the affordable watches. Watch time shifted from being a balanced magazine to a much more high end watch magazine for the rich. It is still a fun magazine to pick up and read about various aspects of the watch industry, however if you are someone like me who cannot afford the big names just yet and appreciate collecting and reading upon affordable watches, then you will be disappointed with Watch Time.
It is still a fun read at the end of the day. If you are someone such as me who loves reading on horology and gaining new knowledge, then you will still appreciate watch time. If you are someone who prefers variety, and an inside look at the more affordable watches, then you are better off not subscribing.
I'm very happy with my new subscription to WatchTime magazine on my Kindle HDX 8.9". The high resolution photographs are beautiful and I really appreciate that they have individually formatted each story and advertisement to fill my screen one at a time.
For those that have the new Kindle, make sure that you have the page turning feature enabled on your device. It makes the magazine viewing experience feel more authentic. And, I repeat, the high resolution photos are not to be missed!