November2016 / Page 2

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First-Ever Optical Clock to Survive Journey Into Space

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For the first time ever, an optical clock has traveled to space. The experiment—designed by …
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Hands-On with the Zelos Cosmos

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Sometimes, an eclectic addition to a collection can be a good thing. Something that looks markedly unique from a sea of standard divers and fliegers. …

Chronography 10: Three Excellent Vintage Calibers from Seiko and Citizen

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In 1969, Seiko’s 6139 chronograph caliber was nothing short of revolutionary, incorporating a column wheel and a vertical clutch system. Seiko certainly didn’t invent the …
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Scientists Record the Zeptosecond, the Smallest Fragment of Time Ever Measured

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The Tag Heuer Mikrotimer made horological history when it became the first mechanical watch with the ability to time an event up to 1/1000th of …

Affordable Vintage: Universal Genève Polerouter Super

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One of my favorite vintage watches, and one that has seen an uptick in popularity in recent years among collectors, is the Universal Genève Polerouter. …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #68

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Good morning, watch lovers! For this week’s round-up, we’ve put together 10 of our favorite snaps to hit our feed. But before we get to …
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WatchBuys New York City Roadshow – Registration Now Open

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WatchBuys has opened registration for their next Road Show in New York City. The dates for this show are Friday, December 2nd through Sunday, December …
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A Tudor with a Touch of Sinn: Introducing the Pelagos LHD

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When I saw the new Tudor Pelagos LHD and the resulting slurry of posts, my first thought, which I imagine most people had, was simply …
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Introducing the BALL Engineer III Bronze/Silver Star, Available Now at a Special Pre-Order Price

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BALL is no stranger to worn&wound. Earlier this year they joined us at Wind^Up, and …