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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 …
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Hands-On with the Dan Henry 1947

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Just a few months back, we had the pleasure of introducing you to the Dan Henry collection of watches. This suite of watches took us …
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Hands-On with the Oris BC3 Advanced Day/Date in Gunmetal Grey

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Oris first introduced the BC3 (Big Crown) collection back in 1999, and since that time it’s been a mainstay within Oris’ cataloge of sports watches. …
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Raven Trekker 40 Review

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Over the last year or so, Raven Watches has begun to redefine themselves as a brand. Part of the SteVral group, which also includes tool-dive …
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MHD CR1/SQ1 Review

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For as much as the watch world has opened up to newcomers in the past few years, it can still be difficult for the new …
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Hands-On with the Mühle Glashütte Terranaut II

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Years back, we reviewed the Terranaut I Trail chronograph—an aggressive, legible and surprisingly unique chronograph from a German firm that we’re quite fond of here …
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Martenero Edgemere Review

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Charm is never an easy thing to quantify. Whether it’s a person, a work of art, or even a watch, something either has that undefinable …
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Hands-On with the Zelos Cosmos

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Sometimes, an eclectic addition to a collection can be a good thing. Something that looks markedly unique from a sea of standard divers and fliegers. …
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Hands-On with the Triton Subphotique

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Bringing back historical watches is a funny thing. Often, brands recreate something famous and iconic …