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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 …
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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 that both enthusiasts and non can relate to. After all …
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Hands-On with the Boldr Journey

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When Boldr announced their Journey chronographs several months ago, they were met with a lot of excitement and positive press. This led their kickstarter to …
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Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Review

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It’s impressive to think just how many different niches watches have evolved to fill. Divers, world timers, perpetual calendars, simple dress watches and everything in …
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Junghans Meister Pilot Chronograph Review

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In the last couple of years, Junghans has focused on expanding upon their Meister line of watches, bringing out some incredible watches. The Meister line …
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Hands-On with the Meshable 003

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Amidst the never ending releases of sports and military inspired watches, Meshable has been quietly pursuing a tasteful, minimal aesthetic in their design-focused and high-value …
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Hands-On with the Ventus Mori

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One of the biggest reasons watch brands use bronze cases is that they gain unique patinas. Those odd, green/brown splotches that slowly cover a case, …
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Hands-On with the Eza Sealander

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In the world of micro brands, one way to get ahead is to start something …