Jamie Weiss

Australian Editor

“Hi, I’m Jamie, and I’m a watchaholic.”

Ever since Jamie was a kid, he was obsessed with clocks, watches and gauges. As he grew up, that developed into a full-blown addiction to fast cars and even faster chronographs, especially after spending a year living in the heart of watch culture, Switzerland. After cutting his teeth as a radio host and one of Australia’s top lifestyle journalists, he’s now Time+Tide’s first Australian Editor, helming the Australian content creation operation. An expert on luxury watches, performance cars, travel, music and whisky, Jamie’s fascinated by the intersection between watch culture and popular culture, as well as the gloriously decadent and anachronistic nature of mechanical watches… You can usually find him at the T+T Discovery Studio smashing away at his keyboard (or getting distracted by the latest shipment of cool new watches).

First watch: A G-Shock DW9052 that’s lost the ‘H’ in its logo, so I call it my “G-Sock”.

Favourite watch: My Tudor Black Bay Pro – my first “big boy” watch.

Finale watch: A three-way tie between an A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus Titanium, Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time Everest or a Grand Seiko SBGZ009. Or maybe I’d have all three?

Articles by Jamie Weiss

Australia’s love of TAG Heuer gets recognised with a limited edition Carrera Tourbillon (live pics)
How waterproof is your watch?
Panerai’s innovative Submersible Elux LAB-ID features mechanical luminescence – without using a dynamo
The Time+Tide Father’s Day gift guide, for all sorts of watch-loving dads
The Chanel J12 Diamond Tourbillon Calibre 5 is stealthy, glam and technical all at once
What do the different types of stainless steel actually mean for your watch?
The 12 best chronographs for timing everything from car races to coffee brewing
We’re bringing our first Time+Tide Studio Pop-Up to Sydney!
The enthusiast-minded Zodiac x RedBar Super Sea Wolf Pro-Diver hits on an interesting point in Zodiac’s modern history
The Monsieur de Chanel Superleggera Intense Black Edition is the most masculine watch Chanel has ever produced
The new TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Date & GMT give watch fans what they want
Wristwatch Check, a gathering of Australian microbrands, went off without a hitch last night in Melbourne
Porsche Design’s Custom-Built Chronograph brings the luxury car optioning experience to the world of watches
9 of the best world time watches for globetrotters and desk jockeys alike
Horological high school: what watch clique do you belong to? Here’s what you had to say
The full metal Casio GMW-B5000D-2DR & GM-B2100AD-2ADR make the case for elevated G-SHOCK watches
Hublot tapped Time+Tide to present their 2024 novelties at an exclusive Sydney event – here’s how it went down
A. Lange & Söhne trip the light fantastic with the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon Lumen
Why independent brands were the big winners of Only Watch 2024
Mido gives the Ocean Star 200C a high-end forged carbon fibre makeover
The 6 best field watches for everyday expeditions
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Stories exhibition is finally coming Down Under with a pop-up in Sydney
13 of the greatest Grand Seikos yet, and why they matter
An in-depth look at all 10 versions of the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Kith collaboration
Kith, marry, kill: TAG Heuer’s revival of the Formula 1 dominated this week
8 of the best dive watches
CIGA Design’s Central Tourbillon Mount Everest Homage Edition represents another peak for Chinese watchmaking
Franck Muller’s cigarette lighter watch was the wackiest creation of Geneva Watch Week
Norqain’s new customisable Wild One of 1 has 3.5 million possible configurations – watch Andrew make his
Baume & Mercier’s Clifton Baumatic Moon Phases epitomise understated luxury
IWC unveil subtle yet compelling tweaks to their Portugieser Automatic models
Hublot taste the rainbow in Geneva with a cavalcade of colourful Watches and Wonders releases
The inside scoop on IWC at Watches & Wonders 2024 from CEO Chris Grainger-Herr
The TAG Heuer Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph is a high-octane, high-horology take on the brand’s legendary motorsports chronograph
Bulgari reclaims the throne for the world’s thinnest watch with the Octo Finissimo Ultra COSC
The Rado Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Skeleton gets a green and gold Aussie update