June2015

Article / Guides

Buying a (Seiko) Tuna

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Watch out for Tuna fever. It’s contagious. Recently at a casual gathering of watch enthusiasts, …
Article / Featured

Omega Heaven: Swiss Time Services

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Most of the time, your watch will tick happily for years. Unless you own an Uhrwerk 105M or a vintage Rado, you probably don’t have …
Article / News & Releases

Watchbuys NYC Roadshow 2015

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It’s hard to be in a room full of German watches and not feel like a kid in a candy store. Such is the effect …
Review / Review

Alpina Alpiner Chronograph Automatic 41.5 Review

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It’s been a while since we last had an Alpina watch in for review, and much has changed at the brand since. Our previous encounter …
Article / Featured

Watches in Space: Alexey Leonov

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Judging by the fact that this article is part 3 of a series, it’s fair to say that the Poljot Strela was not the first …
Article / Featured

The 240 Year Old Pendulum Clock That’s More Accurate Than your Watch

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If you have a quartz watch on your wrist, chances are it’ll be pretty accurate. Probably +/- 15 seconds a month. Not shabby, given the …
Article / Featured

The Watch Curmudgeon: The Watch I Love to Hate

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I have a watch that I absolutely love, but hate to wear. This saga began roughly six or seven years ago when I was discussing …
Article / Interviews

Interview with Nadim Elgarhy of Makara, Helgray and Rossling & Co.

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The devil is in the details for Nadim Elgarhy, who has been creating his own vocabulary of well-made and affordable watches across three brands with …
Article / Style

American-Built: Frost River Bags

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It’s been a while since our last American-Built brand spotlight, so today we’re going getting back …