I think most watch lovers like me will go to YouTube apart from Google and Instagram to scour the videos for some interesting and fine reviews of wrist watches. Here’s my top personal favorite list that I subscribe to. Let me know what’s yours in the comments below.
Updated: I used to include Properly Wound in the list but after Patrick left the team, I felt that the new content wasn’t really something I enjoy anymore.
Ariel Adams who started aBlogToRead now known as ABlogToWatch is widely regarded as the number 1 watch blog. He also does video reviews and most of it tend to trend toward more luxury wrist watches but you still do see occasional mid-tier affordable watch reviews.
Started by Tristano also known as TGV started his channel in 2014 and has a meteoric rise in popularity now exceeding 100,000 subscribers in such a short time. It’s not surprising considering he puts effort in churning out quality watch reviews that appeal to the mass.
One of my personal favorite watch site that looks at micro-brands and more affordable watches. Also one of the main reasons I got my Davosa Vanguard after seeing one of their video reviews.
If you’re into vintage watches, then check out Christian from Theo and Harris where he rants about all things vintage especially his favorite Rolex Datejust. He also sells vintage watches through his online watch shop.
Paul Pluta runs the ArchieLuxury channel and might not appeal to most people as most of his videos contain profanities and extreme behavior. However he does offer an entertaining twist on luxury wrist watches.
This is another comprehensive watch blog with its panel of very knowledgeable watch pundits giving expert advice on everything watch related. They normally churn out a weekly video with some interesting content.
I accidentally stumbled upon this channel a while back and was instantly drawn to his witty and damn funny watch reviews. He also offers good DIY and modding tips. Occasionally, his two puppets friends will give their opinions as well. On top of that, he has a smaller wrist size and is helpful to gauge how a watch would look on the wrist.