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Hands-On with the Mido “Inspired by Architecture” Limited Edition, a Timepiece Celebrating the Guggenheim

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Mido is one of those brands that has, in North America at least, flown under …
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Seiko Prospex Diver ref. SPB053 Review

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At Wind^Up a few weeks back, we met one of our long-time readers, James Smith (you Instagram fanatics may better know him as thejames80). We …
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Hands-On with the Elliot Brown Tyneham

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“Form follows function” is one of the oldest rules in design, and it’s endured through the ages for good reason. The idea that the shape …
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Junghans Form A Review

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I have to be honest, when I first saw the Junghans Form watches in a press release a few weeks before Basel World 2017, I …
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Boldr Expedition Review

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Boldr is back with a watch that is hard not to like. Not only is the design very appealing, it’s an incredible value, almost to …
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Video Review: The Superfecta Ascot from Van Brauge

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Today, we’ll be taking a look at the new Superfecta from Van Brauge, a brand that many of you are likely not too familiar with. …
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Video Review: Nezumi Loews Chronograph

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Following the success of their Voiture model, Nezumi is back at the vintage-inspired chronograph game with the new Loews. Clearly a sibling to the Voiture, …
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Video Review: Oris ChronOris Date

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One of our favorite watches from this year’s Baselworld was the Oris ChronOris Date, one of the most recent entries into the brand’s catalog of …
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Hands-On with the Raymond Weil Freelancer RW1212

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Earlier today, we published our interview with Elie Bernheim, the third-generation CEO of Raymond Weil. …