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Introducing Black Grid Wax Watch Rolls and Herringbone Harris Tweed Two-Watch Folds

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Today, we’re excited to announce a couple of new colors of our Watch Rolls and …
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Introducing Five Sinn Novelties Presented at Munichtime 2017

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The 2017 Munichtime event saw the presentation of five new models from Sinn, including re-editions, updates, and a new complication. Introducing the EZM1.1, the 3006 …
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Introducing the Christopher Ward Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph with the Cal. JJ02

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Pilot’s watches as a genre are dominated by reinterpretations of old designs. In fact, what we’d consider as the archetypal pilot traces its roots all …
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The Nomos “At Work” Series—Incremental Changes with a Bang

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A few weeks back, Nomos announced a total of 14 new watches which form the new “At Work” series. Rather than a stand-alone line of brand …
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Worn & Wound’s Wind^Up Watch Fair is Open!

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It’s finally here! Worn & Wound’s Wind^Up Watch Fair is officially open to the public, so swing on over to Chelsea Market and take part …
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Introducing the Abyss 2 from Zelos, Now Available for Pre-Order

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The Abyss was the biggest, baddest diver ever put out by Zelos. Rated to 3,000 meters and armored with a chunky, angular bronze case, the …
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Introducing the Kerrison Collection from Martenero

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In a few short years of production, Martenero has set itself apart from the rest of the micro-brand pack with a focus on clean, classic-inspired …
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Introducing the Autodromo x Worn & Wound Group B

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Today, we’re thrilled to announce our fourth watch collaboration: The Autodromo x Worn & Wound Group B. Inspired by the brutal, but innovative Group B …
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Introducing the Bravur BW003, the Swedish Brand’s First Mechanical Series

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As counter-intuitive as it may sound, perhaps the toughest feat in watch design is creating …