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A.M. Cook Wristwatch: Building American Watchmaking from the Ground Up

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The face of American watchmaking is not a large company. It is small groups of …
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A Restoration Story: Breathing New Life Into a $45 Timex “Roulette”

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Timex, oftentimes one of the most overlooked brands in watchmaking, has a long and storied history, forever intertwined with the East Coast’s Industrial Revolution that …
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Amidst Industry Slump, Swatch Group/ETA Looks To Reopen Supply of Movements

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There’s no denying that the Swiss watch industry is experiencing a downturn right now. Exports from Switzerland fell in 2016, down 16.1 percent in June …
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Dennison Watches: Birmingham Revival in Knightsbridge

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Unless one has a penchant for gold-plated Lamborghinis and tiny dogs on jeweled leashes, one does not usually frequent London’s Knightsbridge. Sure, there are a …
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10-Days and 2-Timezones: Oris Introduces the Calibre 112

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One of the greatest stories in the past few years is the resurgence of Oris. The brand’s been on fire lately, releasing a string of …
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Interview with Nadim Elgarhy of Makara, Helgray and Rossling & Co.

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The devil is in the details for Nadim Elgarhy, who has been creating his own vocabulary of well-made and affordable watches across three brands with …
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An Interview with Bill Yao of MKII

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Bill Yao, the founder of MKII Watches (started in 2002), has built a devoted following for his homage watches that are known for high standards …
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A Conversation with Tom Anstead of Anstead Watches

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A few weeks ago, we got the chance to chat with Tom Anstead, owner and designer of Anstead Watches. Anstead is a retired officer of …
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Interview with Scott Wilk of Wilk Watch Works

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Scott Wilk is quietly producing some of the most original watches of the small-batch manufacturer …