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The Bremont Wright Flyer

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A piece of history being made and every watch a piece of history. There’s not …

A Look at the Timefactors PRS-9 Czech Air Force

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Flying watches nearly always have some heritage behind them.  The Bremont MB series, for example.  You’ll only get your mitts on an MB I (the …
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A Look at the REC Watches Mark 1

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There are plenty of watches with a story behind them.  Sometimes it’s a simple association – Breitling’s link with aviation, for example.  Sometimes it’s rather …
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A Look at the Oris Caliber 110

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Oris is one of those brands that does things their own way.  They’re independently owned for a start, and have been since Paul Cattin and …
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The Nomos Metro and Ahoi Atlantik

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At Basel this year, Nomos has done something so surprising that, had this been Geneva instead of Basel and cars instead of watches, it would …
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A Stitch in Time: A Night with Page & Cooper at Timothy Everest

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Back in the 1970s, it was possible to walk into a UK car dealership and hand over your money for a brand new car that …

Seiko 7A28 pt 2: The Quiet Beauty

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Fancy owning a little piece of horological history? Well, you could head over to Geneva’s Patek Philippe Museum museum with your jemmy, a striped shirt …
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A Look at Pinion Watches

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Pinion’s founder Piers Berry is very clearly a man with a mission.  I spent three hours with Piers just before Christmas.  We covered everything from …
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Salon QP 2013

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Here in Britain we may have small, lethally expensive houses, tiny, pocket-sized cars and perpetual …