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Introducing the ETCH Clock, a Unique Take on a Digital Display

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It’s probably safe to say that most of us, if not all, have had a …
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Bloomberg Reports “Swiss Watch Exports Poised for Worst Year Since 1984”

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There’s no denying that the watchmaking industry is going through some tough times, with layoffs punctuating low (and falling) export numbers. In fact, according to …
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Around the Web: “Smartwatches are Dying Because They are Worthless”

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Mention smartwatches to a mechanical watch lover and you’re sure to be met with an eye roll and a sigh. But whatever feelings you may …
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Introducing the Dexter Gordon Limited Edition, the Latest Oris Honoring a Jazz Great

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Oris has a long tradition of producing watches inspired by iconic jazz musicians, among them Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, and Miles Davis (read …
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Theoretical Physicists Tackle the “Problem of Time”

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Quantum mechanics has time as an absolute, but within the framework of general relativity, a theory posited by Albert Einstein back in 1915, time isn’t …
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Introducing the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Silver Dial

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The Oris Divers Sixty-Five has been enjoying its place in the spotlight since its rebirth in 2015, quickly becoming one of Oris’ most popular and …
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Introducing the Limited-Edition Seiko Presage Automatic 60th Anniversary

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Seiko’s Presage line is the brand’s high(er)-end family of watches, falling somewhere between the Seiko’s entry-level mechanical offerings and Grand Seiko. The collection pulls heavily …
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Introducing the NightFlight and Neptun Diver, Two New Affordable German-Made Watches from LIMES

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For those unaware, LIMES (like fan-favorite Archimede) is a brand under the ICKLER umbrella, a family-owned company that has been manufacturing watches and watch cases …
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John Glenn, First American Astronaut to Orbit Earth, Dies at 95

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It’s a sad day for anyone who has ever looked up at the stars. John …