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History of Chronometers Pt. 1: Origins

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Most categories of watches are rather self-explanatory. A diver watch is built to go underwater, …
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Christopher Ward C9 Moonphase Review

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  Christopher Ward C9 Moonphase Review Case: 316L Stainless Steel Movement: JJ04 Dial: Midnight Blue Lume: N/A Lens: Sapphire w/AR Strap: Alligator Water Resistance: 50 …
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Christopher Ward Takes the C60 Trident Upmarket with new Chrono and Titanium Models

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We’ve talked quite a lot lately about Christopher Ward’s upmarket push, moving watches like the C9 5-Day SS Chronometer into higher quality (and higher price) …
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Introducing the Oris Carl Brashear Limited Edition

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The Oris Divers Sixty-Five was one of our favorite watches of last year. Many across the watch world fell in love with its unabashed old-school …
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Introducing Moto Koure

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We might be living in the golden age of the automotive-inspired microbrand. In the past few years, all sorts of efforts from Autodromo to Nezumi …
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REC P-51 Review

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  REC P-51 Review (P-51-01) CASE: Stainless Steel (Polished/PVD) MOVEMENT: Miyota 9130 Automatic DIAL: Recycled 1966 Ford Mustang Sheet Metal/Rhodium/Gloss Black LUME: None LENS: Sapphire …
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Introducing the REC P-51

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One of the greatest things about car culture is the creativity and craftsmanship of hot rodding. The ethos is simple- taking something, ideally something worn …
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Introducing the Autodromo Group B

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Although I’m a firm believer in the similarities between car enthusiasts and watch enthusiasts and the common mechanical bent that binds us, I’ll be the …
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Visiting Vilicich Watch and Clock

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In the harbor town of San Pedro, California, there’s a little section that stands almost …