6B MK2 reviewed on The Wrist Watch Review

The British brand 6B is one we have not written about all that much, but that’s for good reason – they just recently released their second watch. That said, the fellow behind the brand, Carl Evans, is pretty well established within the watch world. At least, when it comes to aftermarket straps, that is. Evans is the driving force behind GasGasBones, and has branched out from nylon and leather straps (and other goods), into the world of watches. His second foray, under the new brand, is the 6B MKII.

As with the MK I that preceded it, the MK II has a lot of Evan’s own work going into it. He of course makes the straps, but he has also expanded his manufacturing skills and capabilities, which I followed with interest via social media. For the MK II, he’s now also able to manufacture the buckle (used on the nylon straps) as well as the springbar holder. I like that he is pushing to expand his skillset (and what he can offer), while building up on what he has already established as strengths.

Please read the full review HERE →

This entry was posted in GGB news on January 29, 2015 by Carl.


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One thought on “6B MK2 reviewed on The Wrist Watch Review”


  • Carl

    The 6B MK2 was reviewed by Patrick Kansa over at The Wrist Watch Review recently.
    Read the review and comments by hitting the MORE tab above.



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