Initially started with Jovan Krstevski back in 2011 as WatchGeek, two years later, he created WristReview, although it took time, he built up plenty of faithful followers of the website. With the help of new contributing writers and editors, WristReview is constantly updated with news, reviews, and critiques, WristReview caters for all levels of luxury from entry-level to Haute Horlogerie.
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Our team consists of writers, photographers, and content creators who are passionate about watches, cars, music, and everything in between.
FOUNDER, PROPRIETOR & EXECUTIVE EDITOR
Jovan Krstevski has been collecting watches every since his father bought him an Omega Seamaster back when he was just a teenager. He launched Watchgeek back in 2011, which is now known as WristReview and is one of the most widely read watch blogs on the Web. He quotes ’WristReview is a site to help people find, explore, discover and enjoy wristwatches.’ Besides WristReview, he also writes for a number of publications. Read his articles
A keen bass guitar player, Harlan enjoys all the perks modern watchmaking technologies the industry has to offer. Although you might catch him sampling Omegas or the odd Rolex, Harlan loves all things Haute Horology, with his three favourite brands being Breguet, A. Lange & Söhne and L.U.Chopard. He hopes to study timekeeping more in depth someday and will never be able to thank his father enough for introducing him to the industry. You can follow him on InstagramRead his articles
A software engineer by profession Dhananjay is a watch enthusiast and is also passionate towards music. He loves playing the guitar and enjoys listening to Rock classics from the 70’s and 80’s. Although he was always fond of watches, his true love affair with the world of horology began about 3 years back when he took to the internet searching for a nice affordable mechanical timepiece. Not only was the search fruitful, but it eventually culminated into an addiction to the expansive and exciting world of watches. As far as his taste in watches is concerned, Dhananjay gravitates more towards dress watches along with a recently developed interest in vintage watches. A few of his favorite brands are Nomos, Breguet, Seiko and Omega. He is an active writer and has been associated with popular watch blogs. You can read his work on AblogtoWatch. Read his articles
A motorcycle enthusiast since the age of 10 (starting on a Honda dirt bike), Erik has always been fascinated by anything mechanical. He chose analog watches over the more popular digital counterparts as a kid, sporting a Seiko when others had fancy calculator or even Nelsonic game watches. His first serious piece was an automatic in the late 1990s from American watchmaker RGM, the 107 pilot. As a longtime watch aficionado, Erik always appreciates the heavyweights like Patek Philippe, Rolex and Piaget, but tends to gravitate towards lesser-known brands like RGM, Chronoswiss and Horage. What usually impresses him most are the real value propositions from the likes of Hamilton or Tissot that offer well-designed chronographs, divers and more for just about any enthusiast’s budget. When he’s not flying through canyons in Southern California on a sportbike, Erik is busy as a watch journalist and photographer, and has been covering the industry for many years. Read his articles
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