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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 …
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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 …
Review / Review

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 …
Article / Crowdfunding

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 …
Article / Featured

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 as a time capsule amid the hustle and polish of …
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Introducing the Junghans Meister Pilot Event-Edition

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The past couple of years been a golden age of vintage reissues, from the Tudor Heritage Chrono to the W&W favorite Oris Diver’s Sixty-Five, and …
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Rising Moonphases by Frederique Constant and Christopher Ward

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I’m a firm believer in the idea that you can’t effectively judge anything on numbers alone. Looking only at the statistics of a watch completely …
Review / Review

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Review

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It’s safe to say we’ve been in the midst of a retro-diver renaissance for a …