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GMT

Complications: GMT and World Time

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Whether you’re a frequent traveler or just have regular communication with people in different time …
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Farer Oxley GMT Review

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I  have talked at length here on worn&wound about charm before, and how difficult it is to engineer into a timepiece. Today’s watch brings to …
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Farer Introduces 3 New Mechanical GMTs

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It’s hard to deny the appeal of a mechanical GMT or dual time watch. A classic complication, the GMT adds obvious functionality. Though most typically …
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Introducing the Oris Big Crown ProPilot GMT Small Seconds and the Big Crown ProPilot Chronograph Anthracite

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Oris has a long history of producing aviation-inspired timepieces. For 2017, the well-established Swiss independent continues to build on its Big Crown ProPilot line, the …
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Introducing the Alpina Alpiner 4 “Business Timer” GMT and New Automatic Line

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The Alpiner 4 collection pays homage to the brand’s first sports watch from 1938, the Alpina 4. The “4” denotes Alpina founder Gottlieb Hauser’s four …
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Farer Barnato GMT Review

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With all the new brands popping up these days, it’s hard for one to stand out. Many try and most fail, with only those with …
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Bremont Oracle II Review

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Only a couple of months ago, Bremont announced a new partnership with the America’s Cup Event Authority and Oracle Team USA, serving as the Official …
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Christopher Ward Trident C60 GMT 600 38mm Review

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Not too long ago, we announced that Christopher Ward had totally overhauled their Trident C60 line. A line that has been a staple of their collection; their …
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Seiko Prospex Kinetic GMT SUN019P1 Review

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One of the most exciting announcements at Basel last year was that Seiko was going …