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The Curious Case of the Universal Genève Polerouter Sub Super Compressor

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Collecting vintage watches is not for the faint of heart. More often than not, the …

Affordable Vintage: Seiko Lord Marvel 5740-8000 (LM5740) Hi-Beat

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What is and is not affordable, especially in the realm of vintage watches, is clearly subjective and has been much debated, including in the comments …
Review / Review

DOXA SUB 1200T Professional Review

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DOXA has been synonymous with dive watches since the debut of the SUB 300T, Doxa’s inaugural diver, at Basel in 1966. It was an instant …

Affordable Vintage: Enicar Seapearl 600

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Most seasoned watch collectors are well versed in the connection between famous explorers and their watches. Companies like Rolex, Omega, and Jaeger-LeCoultre are just some …
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Affordable Vintage: Croton Nivada Grenchen Antarctic

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In 1957/58, a group of about forty countries, including the US, Soviet Union, and most of Europe came together to declare the International Geophysical Year …
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Affordable Vintage: Hamilton Art Decos

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And now for something completely different. For anyone who has read any of my articles here, or seen my feed on Instagram, it’s plain to …
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Affordable Vintage: Doxa Sub 600T Sharkhunter

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When you say “DOXA” to a dive watch collector, they automatically think of the iconic tonneau cased, orange dialed diver with the decompression bezel immortalized …
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Zodiac Adds Bronze and 7750 Chronos to Their Line Up

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Well, the “heritage” craze at Baselworld 2016 continues! Zodiac is another brand with a rich history that is continuing the fantastic trend of borrowing upon …
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Alpina Goes Vintage with the Seastrong Diver Heritage

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The popularity of ‘heritage’ models from established watch manufactures is still going strong this year …