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Autodromo Auctions Off One of Fourteen Group B Night Stage Watches

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With vintage watches, we’ve all heard stories about absurdly rare references that were made in …
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Mechanical Biological by Steeven Salvat

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And now for something completely different. I think it’s safe to say that watch fans are attracted to things with a meticulous attention to detail …
 

Sinn U1 S E Review

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Last week, Ilya reviewed the Sinn 103 Ti UTC IFR. A high-flying model that was specially tuned to pass the most rigorous requirements for a …
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Dan Henry 1939 Chronograph Video Review

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It’s been just a few months since the Dan Henry watches made their debut, which we wrote about here, but they’ve already made quite a …
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Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon Video Review

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Occasionally, a brand is very lucky and is able to almost redefine themselves through the success of a single model. Such is the case with …
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Lundis Bleus 1100-4 Review

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The micro-brand boom of the last few years has been exceptional to watch, but one must wonder with all the brands out there, what can …
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Nomos Minimatik Review

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There are few brands that nearly all watch collectors seem to agree on these days. Seiko is one, perhaps Rolex, or at least vintage Rolex, …
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Autodromo Monoposto Chronograph Review

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A new Autodromo is always exciting news. Over the last 5 years, Autodromo has really shown what can be achieved by a microbrand with a …
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MeisterSinger Phanero Review

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One of the most memorable booths from Basel World 2016 was Meistersinger’s. It wasn’t because …