In WatchTime's March-April 2009 issue, we presented a profile of Pittsburgh-based Kobold Watch Company and the story behind its U.S.-made Spirit of America watch, which brand founder Michael Kobold proudly launched in 2008. Scroll down to read the story and see photos of the watch. … [Read more...]
Kobold is a watch company, founded in 1998 as part of a Carnegie Mellon University entrepreneurship class project. After becoming a successul watch company in the U.S. Kobold established a presence in Nepal, where certain products are being manufactured. Today, Kobold's headquarters resides in Amish Country, Pennsylvania. An online musuem on its website explains the full history of Kobold watches. Notable Kobold watch models are the Kobold Phantom, Kobold Pandemonium, Kobold Soarway, Kobold NEC, Kobold Lynx, Kobold Spirit of America, Kobold Polar, Kobold Himalaya. WatchTime covers a wide range of Kobold watch news and other posts about Kobold watches as well as Kobold watch reviews. Kobold watches are available globally, our watch database has a large seleciton of Kobold watches for sales, sometimes used Kobold watches or Kobold watches replica editions.
This is our Kobold content section. Please scroll down to find Kobold news, Kobold reviews and other Kobold updates. WatchTime is America’s no. 1 watch magazine, our website watchtime.com is among the fastest-growing watch websites worldwide. We have the largest tablet circulation and highest social media fan base of any watch magazine, including Kobold live posts. Our watch database has more than 24,000 watches, among them many Kobold watches. WatchTime’s editors are trusted and respected as the world’s leading watch journalists.
Our content section covers the most popular Kobold watches, new Kobold watches, the best Kobold watches in the world and also look at the best Kobold watch reviews to help you find the perfect watch for you. Read our posts about top rated Kobold watches and the best Kobold watches reviews and make sure to also narrow your search down by date, for example by looking for the best Kobold watch 2014 or top 10 Kobold watches 2013 and popular Kobold watches 2015 – or even new Kobold watches rumored to be launched in 2016. We will help you answer the questions: what is the best Kobold watch, what are the top rated Kobold watches? Even for collectors it sometimes can be difficult to decide on the coolest Kobold watch or even the best Kobold watch in the world. That’s why WatchTime covers many timepieces, on our database and the blog, news or reviews section. There you will find men’s Kobold watches and women’s Kobold watches as well as the best Kobold watches for men and the best Kobold watches for women. For budget conscious aficionados we also look into more affordable Kobold watches and and address the all-important issue of what is the best Kobold watch for the money and what are the best Kobold watches values one can expect. Don’t be discouraged if you need more time than expected to find the right watch, head back to WatchTime frequently to not miss any of our top ten Kobold watches news, top rated Kobold watches reviews or best new Kobold watches blog posts.
New York City (NY): Watchtime.com, the website of America’s best-selling watch magazine, WatchTime, has published a new E-Special, “Modern American Watchmakers.” This downloadable e-special can be found here: http://watchtime-shop.com/specials/watchtime-e-special-modern-american-watchmakers.html … [Read more...]
On its newly launched website, koboldwatch.com, Pittsburgh-based Kobold Watch Co. is offering the new Soarway Transglobe to existing Kobold clients for only $2,650 (offer expires June 30th). Made in Nepal, The Soarway Transglobe was designed with the help of explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes. … [Read more...]
With the presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney heating up, we felt it was the perfect time to share this feature on presidents and their watches from the WatchTime archives (December 2008). Click here to find out what brands graced the wrists and waistcoasts of our chief executives. … [Read more...]
We're back with more Facetime photos! As always, if you’d like to be featured here, in our magazine, Pinterest, and our other social networks, send us a hi-res pic (at least 1mb) at firstname.lastname@example.org. … [Read more...]
One of the most popular departments in our bi-monthly magazine — FaceTime, a gallery of photos submitted by WatchTime readers of themselves modeling their beloved watches — is now online. Click here to see the latest, and how you can submit your own photos. … [Read more...]
This week it’s time for Part II of our 2011 Year in Review Quiz. Have you been taking notes? Celebrate the end of 2011 with this little quiz, where we present 12 questions about news stories from the past year. As always, the answers appear at the end. And remember, your term papers are due next week. Good luck! … [Read more...]
It's December, and you know what that means. It's time to look back. Have you been paying attention for the past 12 months? You knew there would be a quiz, right? Say goodbye to 2011 with this little test the focuses on some of the most (and least) important stories of the year. As always, the answers appear at the end. Good luck! … [Read more...]
Can you identify manufacturers without seeing their names on the dials? We’ve lined up a dozen images, sans brand identification, to test your visual skills. Some watches are current, while others were produced in years gone by. As always, the answers appear at the end. Good luck! … [Read more...]
Kobold has announced a program in which its U.S.-based watchmakers will train a group of Sherpas in the art of watchmaking. The former high-altitude mountain guides from Nepal’s Himalaya region will begin learning how to assemble mechanical wristwatches in March. The one-year-long program also includes a basic course on managing a luxury business. … [Read more...]
Not long ago, Lynn Miner, a reader of WatchTime magazine, wrote with a request: would we publish a guide on how to pronounce all those nettlesome watch-brand names? We hope the following brand list, with phonetic spellings on the right, helps Miner and tongue-twisted watch fans everywhere. … [Read more...]